- An updated 12" PowerBook G4, which falls in price, has a faster 1GHz processor and a "Digital Video Interface (DVI) port for connection to any of Apple's flat panel displays";
- An updated 17" PowerBook G4 which gets a speed bump to 1.33GHz with 1MB on-chip level 2 cache, supports a maximum 2GB RAM, a Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics card and a 2x DVD-R/CD-RW drive;
- A NEW ALUMINIUM 15" PowerBook G4. If that wasn't enough, how's about a backlit keyboard similar to the 17" model, a 1.25GHz processor with 512KB on-chip L2 cache, an ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics card with 64MB DDR RAM, and support for up to 2GB of 333MHz DDR RAM and an HD of up to 80GB capacity? Dude. Sweet;
- A new, wireless Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, with adaptive frequency hopping to keep a better connection reliable up to thirty feet away, and 128-bit encryption in data transfer. The keyboard uses four AA batteries which last nine months between them; and the mouse uses two AA Lithium batteries that last three months between 'em.
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