An Early PowerBook
Introduced in 1994, this PowerBook model used a touchpad instead of the trackball found on earlier models. Except for a brief period in the mid-1990s when certain models were experiencing battery problems, Apple's PowerBooks were very popular. (Image courtesy of Apple Inc.)
Introduced in 2001, the 99.5% pure titanium body and 15.2" wide screen set this G4-based PowerBook apart from the crowd. Only one inch thick and weighing five pounds, its thin, crisp look began a new era in Macintosh laptop design.
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