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06/03/2005 07:28 PMApple Announces PowerBook G5 for August Availability

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Apple Announces PowerBook G5 for August

Availibility

The Highly Anticipitated G5 Portables are Here, Featuring Low-power

G5 Processors and HD Screens Across the Line

CUPERTINO, California—June 7, 2005—Apple® today announced the upcoming availibility of it's

highly anticipitated PowerBook G5 line of personal computers, featuring low-power G5 cores

running up to 2.3 GHz, with 12, 15, and 17 inch high definition widescreen displays, all enclosed in

a thin aluminum shell. The super-powerful notebook computer outperforms the leading PC

notebooks by up to 35 percent.*

The PowerBook G5's blazingly fast PowerPC G5 processor makes it the ideal computer for

professional work on the go. "The PowerBook G5 is not only one of the coolest looking personal

computers on the planet, it's also the fastest portable computer available." said Philip Schiller,

Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "We think it was worth the wait." With

powerful Radeon® MobilityTM x-Series video cards standard across the line, and high speed 400MHz

DDR2 RAM, the new PowerBooks can handle everything from 3-way H.264 video chats in iChat AV to

professional graphics applications such as Shake 4 and Final Cut Pro 5 with ease.

The new high definition widescreen displays give you all the working space you need to watch and

edit high definition video without hooking up an external display. All models will ship with Apple's

new Mac OS 10.4 Tiger preinstalled. Best of all, this power is available at prices starting at just

$1,699.

Pricing & Availibility

The new PowerBook G5 line will be available in August through The Apple Store® (www.apple.com),

at Apple's retail stores and Apple Autorized Resellers in four standaIrd configurations.

The 1.8 GHz, 12-inch PowerBook G5, for a suggested retail price of $1699 (US), includes:

a 1440x900 HD widescreen LCD;

a Combo (DVD-ROM/CD-RW) optical drive;

512MB of 400MHz DDR2 SDRAM;

ATI Radeon Mobility x300 64MB video card;

AirPort Extreme wireless networking and internal Bluetooth 2.0;

DVI, VGA, S-video and composite video support;

two USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire 400;

optional backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor; and

an 80GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive.

The 2.0 GHz, 15-inch PowerBook G5, for a suggested retail price of $1,999 (US), includes:

a 1680x1050 HD widescreen LCD;

a Combo (DVD-ROM/CD-RW) optical drive;

512MB of 400MHz DDR2 SDRAM;

ATI Radeon Mobility x600 128MB video card;

AirPort Extreme wireless networking and internal Bluetooth 2.0;

DVI, VGA, S-video and composite video support;

three USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire 400, FireWire 800

backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor; and

an 80GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive.

The 2.3 GHz, 15-inch PowerBook G5, for a suggested retail price of $2,299 (US), includes:

a 1680x1050 HD widescreen LCD;

a 16x SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD±R/CD-RW);

512MB of 400MHz DDR2 SDRAM;

128MB ATI Radeon Mobility x600 video card (256MB optional);

AirPort Extreme wireless networking and internal Bluetooth 2.0;

DVI, VGA, S-video and conposite video support;

three USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire 400, FireWire 800;

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backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor; and

an 80GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive.

The 2.3 GHz, 17-inch PowerBook G5, for a suggested retail price of $2,899 (US), includes:

a 1920x1200 HD widescreen LCD;

a 16x SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD±R/CD-RW);

1GB of 400MHz DDR2 SDRAM;

256MB ATI Radeon Mobility x600 video card;

AirPort Extreme wireless networking and internal Bluetooth 2.0;

DVI, VGA, S-video and conposite video support;

three USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire 400, FireWire 800;

backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor; and

an 100GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive.

*Based on a series of 12 common actions in Adobe Photoshop CS

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the

personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple continues to lead the industry in

innovation with its award-winning desktop and notebook computers, OS X operating system, and

iLife and professional applications. Apple is also spearheading the digital music revolution with its

iPod portable music players and iTunes online music store.

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L'indirizzo delle Press Release (pbg5) è un po' sballato...

Non è che qualcuno ha ricominciato a fare mozzarelle di ... bufala?

Apparentemente le specifiche potrebbero essere vere, ma solo apparentemente...

Poi, come si dice nella Legione ... qui vivra verra ...

Adieu :D

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Scusate non ho capito!!!

Qualcuno ha rubato una pagina del sito Apple prima ancora che venisse pubblicata?? e da quando la Apple da dei simili annunci sul proprio sito? C'è tutto sui nuovi PB... ma non era caratteristica della Mela non parlarne fino al giorno di uscita?

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Ci sono specifiche strane, ed altre poco credibili, come ad esempio la RAM DDR2 SDRAM, e le risoluzioni del monitor esagerate soprattutto per il 12'. oltretutto direi che i futuri PB monteranno dischi serial ATA

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Allora diciamo che prendendo spunto da un iMac dovremo considerare che un PB G5 allo stato attuale (quello che conosciamo oggi, 4 giugno 2005) dovrebbe avere almeno uno schermo da 17" ed essere spesso (monitor incluso) non meno di 1,6 pollici ... per il peso siamo lì, tolto alimentatore ed altri ammennicoli potremmo, andando cauti, pensare che possa aggirarsi fra 3,5 (mooolto ottimista) e 4,5 kg.... Insomma rien à faire...

Per il raffreddamento già il mio PB Titanio 667 ha i suoi 50 cm (forse qualcosa in più) di tubi di raffreddamento, magari con un G5 in un portatile ci faranno stare una serpentina (miniaturizzata, ovviamente, eh!) come quella per raffreddare le bibite nelle bancarelle ...

Ma non si diceva, in rete, che Apple partecipava ad un consorzio per sviluppare una nuova tecnologia di raffreddamento a liquido (della serie: « Lo famo strano »)? ... non ricordo bene ma credo di averla letta qui, su Macity...

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Ma non si diceva, in rete, che Apple partecipava ad un consorzio per sviluppare una nuova tecnologia di raffreddamento a liquido (della serie: « Lo famo strano »)? ... non ricordo bene ma credo di averla letta qui, su Macity...

Il sistema usato nei PowerMac non ti dice niente? :D

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