- Apr 9, 2001
you got to type fast my manOriginally posted by sluthy
Come on, in the time I took to type the first post, two people got in.
The answer is simple: BTO!Originally posted by dricci
The new iBook screen clearly states that it offers "Up to" 40 GB hd, ... on some of the Apple pages saying you can only get 20 or 30 GB drives. Hopefully they can clarify this a little better.
No iBook has ever had audio in...Originally posted by DannyZR2
no audio in jacks??? did the prev models have audio in?
I'd say this is the first ibook (700mhz 14.1") to surpass the features of the much love pismo500 machines. ..
Hey what type of Amiga? I had a 4000 years ago and traded it for a home PC, I was one of the Beta Testers for the Mac Emulation board....those were the days...Originally posted by blakespot
Fortuitous timing! Once my Amiga sells, it's new iBook for me.
Interesting point. The specs say 512 L2 but the page itself says 256K L2. Perhaps the specs were updated and the page not? Is there a new version of the G3?Originally posted by Dunepilot
It's not clear whether these machines really do have 512k, or 256k Level 2 cache on their G3s. The technicals specs page says they do, but the main ibook page states 256k:
" Turbocharged with a fast 700MHz PowerPC G3 processor, 256K on-chip cache running at full processor speed, a 100MHz system bus and 256MB of SDRAM"
well. which is it, then?
Amiga 1200 060-50 tower. My need is for it to cover around 2/3 of the cost of a new low-ish end iBook. We'll see how that goes.Originally posted by Compufix
Hey what type of Amiga? I had a 4000 years ago and traded it for a home PC, I was one of the Beta Testers for the Mac Emulation board....those were the days...