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Apple iBook G4 1,33 Ghz
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Apple Laptop from Apple belonging to the iBook series.

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  • Apple iBook G4 1,33 GhzPublié le 03/14/05 à 12:21
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    My iBook is a 12 "- G4 1.25 GHz, but I can not post an opinion on it (if one goes through the speaking ...). In addition, it is not one in the photo, which is a PowerBook 15 "Alu.

    It cost me 1100 euros, but it now costs less than 1000 euros new.
    What I do not like to begin with, it is the quality of the screen, no light or contrast and viewing angle with a fairly strait ... What the shit. In addition, the video output (VGA, Composite, S-video) does a mirror copy, so no extended desktop or suprieure 1024x768 RESOLUTION ...

    Otherwise, I t bluff by the power of this thing! When I bought the machine c'tait CHRE the least of the range Apple, but it's enough to make dja Photoshop costs......
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    My iBook is a 12 "- G4 1.25 GHz, but I can not post an opinion on it (if one goes through the speaking ...). In addition, it is not one in the photo, which is a PowerBook 15 "Alu.

    It cost me 1100 euros, but it now costs less than 1000 euros new.
    What I do not like to begin with, it is the quality of the screen, no light or contrast and viewing angle with a fairly strait ... What the shit. In addition, the video output (VGA, Composite, S-video) does a mirror copy, so no extended desktop or suprieure 1024x768 RESOLUTION ...

    Otherwise, I t bluff by the power of this thing! When I bought the machine c'tait CHRE the least of the range Apple, but it's enough to make dja Photoshop costs a heavy one for MP3 in iTunes and Mail iChat running in the background, + some updates downloads ... Trs quiet (the fan turns on only in exceptional cases) as we use too much the optical drive (Combo CD-RW + DVD), I can let it run in my room at night.

    Anyway, I think that I replace the ds in a PowerBook 12 "(ds that the range is renewed), because of its better graphics capabilities, and his best drive (60GB - 5400tr / m against 30GB - 4200tr / m).
    Yes, it's hard drive, and pokey dsesprment too slow, which clamp the iBook to the audio. With Logic Express, ds my two or three audio tracks Stros with half a dozen virtual instrument (2 to 3 effects per track), the iBook s'arrte all three second reading with the message "Disk is too slow". The gel tracks needed too often ...

    TRS is a good machine that was worth every penny, but for the job pro, nan, dcidemment, do not take what is cheaper ...
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