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With equal parts toilet seat, suitcase and clam, the iBook had a funny sort of charm that did little to reflect the personality of the user (unless, of course, they happened to be running away with the circus). The iBook looked more like a Playskool product than a Cupertino one, especially when appearing on a shelf next to a Wall Street or Lombard PowerBook.


Michael Simon, maclife.com

466 SE Indigo "Cybook"

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The following text and photos are published with the permission of Jason "Hooptie J" Kennedy, the author of the legendary CyBook mod. The original information was lost, but I was able to recover his instructions with a little help from the wayback machine. Jason sent me his original photos (thank you so much)- so off we go....

-- original text by Jason "Hooptie J" Kennedy--

My Ultimate iBook SE, An Indigo 466SE with every add-on on you could think of !

This is a Rare iBook Indigo 466SE, Rare because it was only available to edu markets- I got the iBook from an eBay seller (locally - Score!), it was obviously a teachers model, of the hundred he had , most were 366s. Only a few were 466 models, this was the better of the 3 i had to pick from. The project started after I ordered 50 UltraBright blue LEDs for another project, and ended up with a bunch left over.

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