IMG Reviews the PowerBook G4/667
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IMG has posted a review by Patrick Leyden of the 667 MHz PowerBook G4 from Apple Computer:
Ever since their introduction in January 2001, the PowerBook G4 Titanium has been one of the most envy-enduing computer systems on the market. Its sleek styling, respectable performance and 15.2 inch widescreen LCD display were among the factors in making the PowerBook G4 a hit. Soon after its release, Inside Mac Games published a review of the then-new PowerBook, giving it high marks for both its technical capabilities and the design of its case.For the rest of our review, complete with Quake III and Unreal Tournament performance benchmarks, follow the link below.
In late October 2001, Apple revised the Titanium PowerBook line. System clock speeds were increased to 550 MHz on the low end and 667 MHz on the high-end model. For gamers, the big announcement was the upgrading of the computerís Graphics Processing Unit to ATIís Radeon Mobility chip. Hardware-savvy gamers knew that this upgrade was significant since it promised a new level in performance for mobile gamers, especially in the area of 3D gaming....
IMG Review: Titanium PowerBook G4/667
Titanium PowerBook G4/667
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