|Feb 26, 2009, 08:34 AM||#1|
Older Powerbooks - Rotating Display 180 Degrees?
I'm considering mounting an old laptop to the ceiling of my minivan as to function as a media center. Do any of the older powerbooks (G4 500-1000mhz) allow the screen to be rotated 180 degrees? I have an older windows laptop that does this through the video driver, and suspect that software solutions (mac or windows) might not be as good for video playback.
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