iBook, 2002. : News Photo

IBook, 2002.

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UNITED STATES - JANUARY 22: Following on from the success of the iMac (1998), Apple introduced the iBook in August 1999, and it instantly became a best seller. Promoted as ?an iMac to go?, the iBook has a six-hour battery life, and accepts an AirPort card for high speed wireless networking.The AirPort allows up to 10 iBooks to connect to a single base-station, which can then be plugged into an existing ethernet network or a standard phone line. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
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UNITED STATES - JANUARY 22: Following on from the success of the iMac (1998), Apple introduced the iBook in August 1999, and it instantly became a best seller. Promoted as ?an iMac to go?, the iBook has a six-hour battery life, and accepts an AirPort card for high speed wireless networking.The AirPort allows up to 10 iBooks to connect to a single base-station, which can then be plugged into an existing ethernet network or a standard phone line. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
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January 01, 2002
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90774805
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