Well, squeezing a combo drive in a space that small and without too much heat, not to mention in a slot-loading config is not nearly impossible, but I imagine still a bit impractical at this point. 'Tis a shame because they would never be able to keep up with demand if it did have that option.<br><br>
I agree. if the TiBook has a combo drive... there would be no one left to buy the PowerMac's either. Why, when you can get a computer with a built in monitor that's that big for less than a PowerMac plus Apple Flat Panel?<br><br><br><br>
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