Buying an Apple Notebook


If you’re on the lookout for an Apple notebook, you’ve come to the right place. The PowerBook G3, MacBook Pro, and the MacBook Air all offer an abundance of features and benefits. These devices can be found in many sizes, prices, and capacities, and are perfect for the desktop user who needs a portable computer.

PowerBook G3

The PowerBook G3 is a series of laptop computers produced by Apple between 1997 and 2000. It features a 12.1″ color LCD display and a 5 GB hard drive. They are available in black, silver, and translucent bronze-tinted plastics.

The first two versions of the PowerBook G3 used a keyboard that had an analog volume control. The center panels on these units were rubbery and easily scratched. They also had a built-in floppy drive. The third generation models had a keyboard that slid into place by means of a small plastic lever.

The third generation models were lighter and had a longer battery life. They also had a thinner form factor than their predecessors. They also included USB ports. Those who wanted a DVD drive could order a unit with one.

The PowerBook G3 Lombard was a hit with consumers. Its specifications surpassed those of its competition. It was the first PowerBook to come with USB ports. It also had a mini-PCI slot, which enabled the addition of an internal AirPort card. The computer had a faster 100 MHz system bus. It supported software decoding of DVDs without the use of dedicated hardware.

The Lombard PowerBook G3 had a faster graphics chip, ATI Rage LT Pro. It was also 20% thinner than its predecessor. It had an optional 14.1″ TFT LCD screen.

MacBook Air

MacBook Air is a popular Mac laptop series that is designed to be thin and light. It has a very good keyboard and has an impressive battery life. The new MacBook Air is a bit more expensive than the last model but does have a few upgrades that are useful.

The M2 chip on the MacBook Air is quite a leap forward. It offers eight cores and an improved CPU, as well as a 35 percent faster GPU. The chip also supports up to 24GB of unified memory, as well as up to 2TB SSD storage.

Other notable features include a Touch ID sensor, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and a four-speaker sound system. It is also capable of wide stereo audio and has a built-in microphone.

The entry-level model starts at $3,098. The base model also includes an 80GB hard drive, although you can upgrade to 16GB or 24GB. The base model is also equipped with a 30W USB-C power adapter.

The battery on the MacBook Air lasts up to 15 hours while browsing the web, and a full charge can get you over five hours of use. If you are using lots of external gadgets, you will probably want to invest in a USB-C hub.

MacBook Pro

The MacBook Pro is Apple’s top of the line laptop. Available in three screen sizes, it’s designed for professionals who require a powerful machine. Its all-black design and aluminum unibody design have been upgraded with features to make it even more versatile.

In addition to the usual ports, the MacBook Pro also features a Thunderbolt port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an SDXC card slot. It also comes with a braided MagSafe cable. This model, however, lacks an OLED Touch Bar.

One of the most interesting features on the new MacBook Pro is the ability to charge with a USB-C port. This technology allows you to connect devices such as external monitors or projectors directly to your computer. The USB-C port also supports the latest version of Thunderbolt, which means you can plug in any Thunderbolt device without the need for an adapter.

The new MacBook Pro includes an 8-core CPU and two additional high-performance graphics cores. Its memory bandwidth is doubled, and there’s a full row of function keys. Unlike the previous generation, this one’s display enclosure is less than 4mm thick.

Aside from the obvious benefit of displaying HD content, the 24-inch 4.5K Retina display can also deliver True Tone, which matches the white balance of the display to the color of the surrounding environment. It has a peak brightness of over 1,600 nits and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.