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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Help! Which is the Best choice laptop?


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I would say laptop 2, hopefully somebody with a better knowledge of G3 and G4 can tell you more.
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I would look at your thread from just last week for your answer on this.

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Take the ram out of the PB, put in iBook, keep the iBook. It would cost too much to fix all the stuff wrong with the PB and you don't want to use a computer that is basically falling apart. Based on how much those tiBooks usually sell for, I bet you could sell it for a decent amount even though it is pretty much only good for parts.
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Ah i see, well in my other thread people said the powerbook runs faster and i just had the LCD replaced so that's why its perfect. I took the powerbook and had it run on battery... and i walked around the house with it and the screen never flickered... it only happens sometimes.
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Sell them both and buy a refurbished or new iBook G4.
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