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Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Issue Ten
January 5, 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show Photo Gallery
SEMA 2003
Toyota Tundra Double Cab Review
Infiniti QX56 Preview
Review PowerBook G4 17 inch
Coming Next Issue
Detroit Auto Show 2004
Jaguar S-Type Review

Review: Apple PowerBook G4, continued.

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We'd be kidding ourselves if we didn't admit that one of the nicest features of the 17" PowerBook G4 is its 17" widescreen display. With a native resolution of 1,440 x 900 pixels spread across 17" of diagonal ultra-sharp widescreen LCD, images don't just appear on the screen, they pop. Movies, text, games, and photos are sharp, clear, bright and beautiful. Watching a movie on the 17" PowerBook G4 is like having your own personal screening room - it's truly an awesome experience, and can make cross-country flights in coach painless and enjoyable (well, that's stretching the truth a bit).

Despite all of the power and size, the PowerBook is frugal with the electricity. We managed to obtain nearly three hours of battery life while watching a DVD (with sound level set to 70%), and more than 5 hours of battery life while performing normal, routine tasks like composing and sending e-mail, surfing the web, and so on.

Never before has there been a laptop computer that's combined so much beauty, performance, stability and efficiency in a masterfully crafted package, but Apple is used to being the first to introduce what later becomes "the standard." If you're in the market for a laptop, give the Apple PowerBook G4 a serious look. Combined with the Panther operating system, the 17", 1.33GHz PowerBook G4 is a force to be reckoned with. Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got some other articles to tend to...good thing the PowerBook is fired-up and eager to help.

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