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What I needed was a machine that could handle word processing, Internet access, and play games on the go. Most of all, I wanted a machine that would compliment my desktop machine. The iBook fit the bill almost perfectly: its price was decent (if a bit high), it had solid construction, and the 300 MHz G3 processor was exactly what I needed for the tasks I had in mind. Its good looks were just icing on the cake!

David Spencer, atpm.com

  • iBook Girls
  • iBook Keylime 1
  • iBook Barbie
  • iBook Logicboard
  • iBook KeyLime 2
  • iBook Tangerine
  • iBook Hinges
  • iBook iMac to go

David Pogue, Joseph Schorr- Macworld Mac Secrets (2001)

The iBook's clamshell design is completely free of latches, doors, or flaps(not even a close latch), so there is nothing to jam, snap or break off. Equally brilliant was the addition of a flip-up carrying handle that's integrated right into the case design, so it's easy to pick the iBook up and tote it around.

David Pogue, Joseph Schorr- Macworld Mac Secrets (2001)

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