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PowerBook - Should I get one


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siavoshah
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Can someone tell me the best things about a PowerBook? I am planning to get one but I need to know some thing about it.
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apple site has a wealth of information - if you find anything specific after that, a simple search will get you on the right track. Good luck - it's a great laptop.
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Can someone tell me the best things about a PowerBook? I am planning to get one but I need to know some thing about it.
One best thing...unlike the Macbook Pro, Powerbooks are VERY QUIET. Hard to tell they're even running.
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I think a PB at this time is your best buy, I know I love my 17in PB. I don't play games so can't comment on that but it does everything asked from me. I've had it now for over 2 years, never crashed and don't even no it's running, very quite. My fans have only come on about 5 times in 2 years. Right now I have 4 tabs, iTunes playing and iChat going, my temp is 104 F
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