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Opinion: The top 10 standout Macs of the past 25 years - The iBook (1999)
...Most importantly, it was the first-ever mainstream consumer device that showcased wireless networking, something Jobs nonchalantly debuted during the 1999 Macworld Expo & Conference. Dubbed AirPort, Apple's implementation of Lucent's wireless technology quickly allowed wireless networking with a minimum of fuss.


Michael deAgonia, Computerworld.com

Chris Allbritton #2, salon.com

On the MacCentral news site, the opinion divide is already evident in posts with subject lines like "iBook YES!!!," "iBook is a disappointment" and "What is it with all the naysayers?" Critics focus on the weight, 6.7 pounds, and the 32mb RAM, while fans rave about the AirPort, the "nifty technology" that makes the iBook wireless.

Chris Allbritton, salon.com

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