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Apple's Powerbook G4 notebook computer

By Gisela M. Pedroza • May 1, 2001

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PowerBook G4

  • Manufacturer: Apple
  • Street price: $3,499
  • Phone: (800) MY-APPLE
  • Web site:

For all you Mac fans out there, the new PowerBook G4 doesn'tjust bump up the processor speed of its latest release to 500MHz-italso includes a 20GB Ultra ATA hard drive and 256MB of PC133 SDRAMmemory. A built-in ATI Rage Mobility 128 video controller with 8MBvideo SDRAM takes care of graphic-intensive applications. Connectto the Net via a built-in 56Kbps V.90 modem or integrated10/100Base-T Ethernet connection. For those with a wirelessnetwork, the G4 is AirPort-ready. A 400Mbps FireWire port and twoUSB ports let you connect to peripherals.

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