Released alongside the iBook G3 366mHz SE and the Powerbook G3 400mHz Pismo, the G3 500mHz Pismo looks pretty much identical to the Lombard PowerBook G3 models released the previous year. However, that’s pretty much where the similarities end.  The … Continue reading

The PowerBook G3/400  borrowed the case design of the Bronze Keyboard/Lombard PowerBook G3 models released the previous year. However, the Pismo differed considerably “under the hood”.  The updated design incorporated a faster motherboard offering a faster Bus (100 MHz) and … Continue reading

In reality, this powerbook was launched around the time that Apple started to really and finally break the mould and the back of the computing world. The Powerbook itself, still stacks up against standard PC’s today in terms of aesthetics. … Continue reading

This, in reality was launched around the time that Apple started to really and finally break the mould and the back of the computing world. The Powerbook Lombard itself, still stacks up against standard PC’s today in terms of aesthetics. … Continue reading

Powerbook G3 PDQ

The “PDQ” PowerBook G3 models are quite similar to the “Wallstreet” PowerBook G3 models before them — and share a case design, 2D/3D graphics acceleration, “zoomed video” support, dual “hot-swappable” bays which both can hold batteries or expansion modules (the left is … Continue reading

Powerbook G3 PDQ

The “PDQ” PowerBook G3 models are quite similar to the “Wallstreet” PowerBook G3 models before them — and share a case design, 2D/3D graphics acceleration, “zoomed video” support, dual “hot-swappable” bays which both can hold batteries or expansion modules (the left is … Continue reading

Powerbook G3 PDQ

The “PDQ” PowerBook G3 models are quite similar to the “Wallstreet” PowerBook G3 models before them — and share a case design, 2D/3D graphics acceleration, “zoomed video” support, dual “hot-swappable” bays which both can hold batteries or expansion modules (the … Continue reading

Released alongside the Powerbook G3 250mHz Wallstreet and the G3 233mHz Wallstreet, the powerbook G3 292mHz wallstreet laptop was offered with either a 14.1″ TFT color display or 13.3″ display. With it’s hot swappable drive bays, large keyboard and dual … Continue reading

The powerbook G3 wallstreet laptop was offered with either a 12.1″ STN (passive matrix), 13.3″ TFT, or 14.1″ TFT color display. With it’s hot swappable drive bays, large keyboard and dual battery bay, this unit was able to work a full … Continue reading

The slowest of the powerbook G3 wallstreet laptops is pretty much the same as the fastest 292mHz Wallstreet except that the screen is available in a  smaller 12.1 inches as well as 14.1 inch screen. With it’s hot swappable drive bays, … Continue reading