#42363 - 02/05/0311:32 AMRe: I just got my first powerbook!
Even the newest model of the 15" is titanium? I guess you are right since only the 12 and 17 inch ones are totally new models. Didn't think about that.<br><br>Did you think more about what you are going to do? Sell yours and get the 12"?<br><br>EDIT: Yeah you are right. Strange that Apple did not update the 15" model at the same time with the new aluminum enclosure and make them Airport Extreme too. <br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 02/05/03 06:35 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Thanks everyone - it is like Christmas in February!<br><br>I am setting up the powerbook and I will use it for the next two weeks, but then I will be lending it a new employee to use for the next three months as he trains in the Operation Manager position in our company. I will then be using the powerbook again after that!<br><br>This 867mhz is a Ti model that did not come with an airport card and unfortunately it is not airport extreme compatible. The 1ghz model comes with superdrive and built in airport card (not extreme). But alas I am still so happy! This is such a sweet machine! Everyone in the office was very excited when I brought it in yestrday!<br>
Way to go!<br><br>I have a 800mhz TiBook and love it. It was a major step up from my Lombard PowerBook. <br><br>I like the level 3 cache...it makes a big difference, especially for apps like VPC. <br><br><---Soon to be black with solo seat/fatbobs/buckhorns
Loc: New Hampshire
now that is one sweet setup.<br><br>I love the cube as well. A friend of mine has one - it's quite the engineering marvel. I hear there are some third party upgrades available for the cube to keep the technology inside fresh.<br><br>
Welcome! Congratulations to you also on your new mac. I see your hobby is photograpy. We have some wonderful photographers and artists in this forum, please feel free to share. <br><br>When everything is coming your way .....your in the wrong lane
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