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

previous generation powerbooks?

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone has the specs of the previous generation 15" powerbook? My reason is apple is selling them for $1,600 new not refurbished. My main reason would be because it has an ati graphics card instead of Nvidia. Otherwise I'd end up buying a 12". Oh yea just a random question but does anyone know if slot loading drives can play mini disks?
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the lowend 15 was 1ghz and the highend has 1.25 and superdrive with ape, and i think both came with 64mb ati 9600. i dont think the slotloading drive will accept a minidisk, imean it will accept it it will get stuck there i presume.
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Never use a mini disk in a slot loading drive! Bad Bad Bad...
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