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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

My iBook Clamshell Gemini

The Gemini is based on a G3 Clamshell iBook (300/366/466MHZ) - it has a integrated touchscreen and was built to support disabled people. The Gemini iBook was the second Mac modded by Assistive Technology Inc., the first one was called Freestyle and featured a PowerPC 603e Processor. I bought my 366Mhz Indigo Gemini in 2009 and carefully upgraded it with a DVD Drive and 120GB HD.



The Gemini has no internal keyboard, there are a couple a new internal wires, so the upgrade process was very delicate.

 

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