I'm taking a trip to Israel this summer, and I was looking for a laptop to copy my pictures from my digital camera to. I was looking at the Wallstreet, and the Toughbook CF-71. I would really like an Apple, but I don't know how it would hold up.
its an iPod Photo, say it with me now "iPod Photo"mikeyredk said:as oppose to an wallstreet? You could always sell the iPod to finance the new iPhoto. Just an option to throw out
RacerX said:While I love my Wallstreet and wouldn't trade it in for the world... for what you want/need, I don't think it is the system for you.
Important things to remember about the PowerBook G3 line:Wallstreet- Has SCSI, ADB and Apple Serial ports, does not have USB or Firewire.If you are using a camera with your computer, odds are you want Firewire. And with a Wallstreet, you'll need a PCMCIA card for that (same with USB).
Lombard- Has SCSI, USB, does not have ADB, Apple Serial or Firewire.
Pismo- Has USB and Firewire, does not have SCSI, ADB or Apple Serial
The Wallstreets are the ones with the short comings. They top out at 10.2.8 (without additional help) and Mac OS X can't be installed on a partition larger than 8 GB.jsalzer said:I believe the Wallstreet and Lombard won't (someone correct me if I'm wrong.)
hey the net is all about the short cutsdebroglie said:its an iPod Photo, say it with me now "iPod Photo"
iPhoto is an application, not something you can carry on your person while in Israel