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Old Jan 31, 2003, 07:03 AM   #1
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Upgrading Notebooks

I am aware that there are limitations as to what can be upgraded in a notebook. But I am curious just what could you upgrade in an ibook say in a few years when it starts seeming old.

Ram?

Videocards?

What else?
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Old Jan 31, 2003, 07:05 AM   #2
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Re: Upgrading Notebooks

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I am aware that there are limitations as to what can be upgraded in a notebook. But I am curious just what could you upgrade in an ibook say in a few years when it starts seeming old.

Ram?

Videocards?

What else?
ram? Yes, if you haven't maxed it out.
videocard? No.
harddrive? Yes.

Technically, that is all that is upgradable in most notebooks.
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Possibly the optical drive (but probably not to DVD-R, but only if you could get an exact size match.
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