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Apple PowerBook G4 867 12,1''
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Apple Laptop from Apple belonging to the PowerBook series.

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  • JBiiJBii

    Apple PowerBook G4 867 12,1''Published on 06/24/05 at 11:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have since January 2005 (bought used 1000 euros on eBay with Apple care until June 2006. 640MB of Ram the base and a SuperDrive)
    - I like least: no DVI output. I'll indulge with a FireWire800 port, and we are still usb1.
    a pretty heated at the left hand (hard drive ...), and when a heater, the fan is a bit noisy (must install silent night on these models ...)
    On a machine of this price, we would indulge with a retro lighting of the keyboard or a mini planqu lamp system in the top of the screen as "ThinkLight" IBM (my rference in terms of laptop PCs, DELL before and got my SONY)

    What I like:
    - The size and the weight
    - The quality of the screen
    - Keyboard, trackpad (yet I am…
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    I have since January 2005 (bought used 1000 euros on eBay with Apple care until June 2006. 640MB of Ram the base and a SuperDrive)
    - I like least: no DVI output. I'll indulge with a FireWire800 port, and we are still usb1.
    a pretty heated at the left hand (hard drive ...), and when a heater, the fan is a bit noisy (must install silent night on these models ...)
    On a machine of this price, we would indulge with a retro lighting of the keyboard or a mini planqu lamp system in the top of the screen as "ThinkLight" IBM (my rference in terms of laptop PCs, DELL before and got my SONY)

    What I like:
    - The size and the weight
    - The quality of the screen
    - Keyboard, trackpad (yet I am a follower of IBM trackpoint sauce)
    - The system (I had back then Windows PC for years, I tjs win xp pro on my desktop pc, but with a bit of trouble at the beginning, I made OSX, so much so that I almost works with the Apple)
    - Reliability and system and machine
    - Double screen mode.

    I had some time iBook G3 800 before that I loved. Bcp my friends have PB 15 "I believe be a superb machine, but a little too big and too heavy saw my activity and my dplacements. In addition, the house I work double notch with my Iiayama HT 702 ... the machine does not flinch.
    I indulge with the use had a friend with her old pismo powerbook and Machine condition after so much time of use. Cel convinced me of the Apple srieux on her laptop (even if otherwise, the brand has systematically reliability concerns with lment of their models ... see the first iMac, see the Battery PB15 ", worries CM iBook G3 12", worries iPods, At the present moment the battery alu 12 "...)

    Difficult to judge the quality price ratio. I find it amazing to pay over 10,000 francs a laptop (and the same price or I got used is one month's salary of an office employee). Anyway, the machine does everything I ask him to do, and really rather good.
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