Over 75% of Macs sold are portables. While the notebooks of today are sleek and light, that’s not always been the case.
The JLPGA PowerBook 170 →
The most colorful PowerBook ever made.
300 Mhz Doesn’t Go As Far As It Once Did →
Don’t use a Clamshell as your main machine.
On the PowerBook G3 →
Kanga, Wallstreet, Lombard and Pismo
The Clamshell iBook →
THEY HAD HANDLES.
The Taming of the iBook →
After the Clamshell, the iBook got a lot more traditional.
Titanium PowerBook G4: The Power and The Sex →
2001’s PowerBook was new from the ground up.
12 Inches of PowerBook G4 →
The smallest PowerBook had the biggest heart.
Three Tiny Laptops →
The PowerBook Duo, 12-inch PowerBook G4 and MacBook Air
Back in Black: Remembering the High-End MacBook →
An extra $200 never looked so cool.
[The MacBook Air: A Decade’s Worth of Legacy →(https://www.macstories.net/mac/the-macbook-air-a-decades-worth-of-legacy/)
A single machine has defined the current eta of notebooks.
Nine Notebooks Worth Remembering →
Even if you love your iPad, these Mac notebooks are worth a second look.
7 Notebook Reviews in 6 Minutes →
In 2001, Steve Jobs showed off the Titanium PowerBook, which radically redesigned and modernized the company’s notebook lineup. To better understand its importance, I spent time with seven notebooks that were on sale over from 2001 to 2016.