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  The Apple Macintosh computer - price and description

The Apple iBook SE, codenamed P1, features a 366 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 64 MB of RAM, a 6.0 GB hard drive, and 2X-AGP ATI Rage Mobility graphics acceleration in a sleek, two-toned, "graphite and ice" portable case geared towards those with more conservative design tastes. The iBook SE has the same 12.1" TFT active-matrix display and innovative "AirPort" wireless networking as the original iBook.

Introduction Date:

February 16, 2000

Discontinued Date:

September 13, 2000

Processor Type:

PowerPC 750 (G3)

Processor Speed:

366 MHz

Processor Upgrade:


FPU (Integrated):

PowerPC 750 (G3)

System Bus Speed:

66 MHz

Backside Bus Speed:

183 MHz

ROM Size:

1 MB (NewWorld) 1.

Data Path:


Level 1 Cache:


Level 2 Cache:

512k (backside)

RAM Type:

10 ns SO-DIMM

VRAM Type:


Standard RAM:

64 MB

Maximum RAM:

320 MB 2.

Motherboard RAM:

64 MB 2.

RAM Slots:

1 2.

Standard VRAM:

4 MB

Maximum VRAM:

4 MB

Standard Hard Drive:

6.0 GB

Int. Hard Drive Type:


Standard CD-ROM:


Standard Disk:


Standard Modem:

56.6k (internal)

Standard Ethernet:


Case Type:

Portable (Two-Tone) 3.

Form Factor:

iBook 3.

Exp. Slots:

AirPort 4.

Exp. Bays (Free):

N/A 5.

Battery Type:

45 W/Hr LiIon

Battery Life:

6 hours 6.

Built-in Display:

12.1" Color 7.

Supported MacOS:

9.0-9.0.4, 9.1, X


1.8 x 13.5 x 11.6 8.

Avg. Weight:

6.7 lbs.

Original Price:

$1800 US

Est. Current Price:

$650-$850 US


1. Boot ROM is roughly 1 MB, other instructions are loaded into RAM.
The iBook has 64 MB of onboard RAM and 1 3.3v 1.25 in SO-DIMM slot.
3. Available simply in graphite.
4. AirPort slot occupied by optional AirPort card.
5. Unlike other PowerBooks, the iBook has no expansion slots or bays.
6. 6 hours under "normal usage" conditions.
7. 12.1" TFT active-matrix color display.
8. In inches, height x width x depth (while closed).
9. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.

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