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    Gamer
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    Question Construction???
    Okay high, I'm going into college and I know how good the iBook is with it's rubber mounted hard drive and bullot proof plastic. I like it, but I need some more power and was thinking of a powerbook they look good and have a sturdy case to them that is about all I know about there construction. I was wondering if the Powerbook has some of these same sturdy constuction features of the iBook?

    P.S.- Remember it has to liver throught my backpack with heavy books banging against it and my busy life with out marking the screen first time out.

    Thanks!

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    From what i've heard, the build quality of the PB is just as good as that of the ibook, plus the casing is a robust aluminium, which should withstand life inside a rucksack...

    But maybe just get the PB and a protective cover for it (www.tucano.it has some nice ones available through apple.com)

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    daxdagr8t
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    i have a 12inpb, and i bring it to school everyday.i think the pb is as just durable or even durable than the ibook.i mean as long as you protect it properly then u dont have to worry about it gettiong banged up.a nice padded laptop bag will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    From what i've heard, the build quality of the PB is just as good as that of the ibook, plus the casing is a robust aluminium, which should withstand life inside a rucksack...
    i think the pb is made of titanium not aluminum,
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    tariq
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    No its an Aluminum case. The previous generation of PowerBooks are Titanium.

  6. #6
    TylerMoney
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    yurp, the new are aluminium.

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