PowerBook notes

Lu, Cary
February 1995
Macworld;Feb1995, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p165
Focuses on the upgrading of PowerBooks. Central processing unit upgrades; Floating-point units; Screen upgrades; Battery upgrades; Duo upgrades; Costs involved.


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