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The Apple Macintosh was invented by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The early Mac 128K entered the world around 1984 at a whopping 16.5 lbs with a 9 inch Black/White display. The CPU speed was 8 Mhz!
Times have certainly changed.
Apple laptops are still the 'rebel' child of the computing world. Ever since that now famous '1984' Mac television commercial directed by Ridley Scott, Apple computers have been on the cutting edge of the computer world.
Just about everywhere you turn, that Apple logo keeps popping up - on news desks, TV shows and on the big screen. It seems to be the ultimate in cool - brings out the 'rebel' in all of us.
Apple has produced some top rated laptops, one that's covered in some detail in this Notebook Guide is the Apple 17-inch PowerBook G4 - a desktop replacement laptop.
The PowerBook G4 is a top rated laptop, well worth your consideration if you want a powerful notebook with a touch of distinction thrown in for good measure.
With a 17 inch screen, it's a multi-media system that would made the original Mac stand up and cheer.
These days Apple has leaped onto the world's marketplace with the iPhone and the iPad. The introduction of these mobile devices has completely revolutionized how computers and smart phones are used in our daily lives.
The iPad and its follow-up models, have especially made the "tablet" one of the most popular forms of entertainment devices on the market. The iPad is part eReader, part netbook and part everthing one need to fully enjoy the web, music and videos.
The iPad has also made Apple an extremely rich company and even after Steve Jobs untimely passing, it's still one company which will no doubt be the major player in the products of the future.
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