PowerBook memory strategies

Lu, Cary
September 1993
Macworld;Sep93, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p217
Focuses on the random access memories (RAM) of PowerBook portable computers. Efficient RAM use; Upgrade dilemma; Power consumption; Memory chips types; Form factors; Memory speed. INSET: Managing memory..


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