Apple’s iBook notebooks entered the G4 generation on Wednesday, the company announced. Separately, the company also lowered prices for its eMac education line. “While previous iBook models simply allowed users to play back CDs, the new models allow them to burn CDs on a slot-loaded combination DVD and CD-RW drive. Apple also included the ATI Mobility Radeon graphics chip with 32MB of video RAM as a standard feature, improving graphics quality. All three of the iBook models have also been upgraded to come standard with 256MB of DDR memory.”
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