The PowerBook G4 was the last notebook by Apple before the introduction of the MacBook and the transition from PowerPC chips to Intel ones. This computer was sold by Apple between 2001 and 2006. Adored by many, the Computer Clan YouTube channel was able to show a rare look at a 17-inch PowerBook G4 prototype.
PowerBook G4 Stories May 29
PowerBook G4 Stories October 23, 2011
I have an admission to make: I’ve never been a big fan of protective cases for Apple products. There, I said it. I especially have an issue with notebook cases, many of which unfortunately can be brushed off as cheap-looking, overpriced gimmicks that don’t hold a candle to Apple’s industrial design. I didn’t cave even after the paint had started to come off of my first Apple notebook, a titanium-clad PowerBook G4, because I bumped it one time too many.
It is fair to say that in all those years I’ve never gotten my head around utilizing protective sleeves to keep my pricey hardware in pristine condition. To me, Apple gear is meant to be displayed, touched and marveled at. The BookBook case for Air has changed my preconceived notions overnight. Oozing style, premium quality, convenience and authenticity, it’s the first case I reckoned would actually protect my Air whilst keep those prying eyes at bay. It’s what notebook cases are meant to be, at least in my view.