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AirPort 3.4.1, First 100 GB Laptop Drive, 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM for TiBooks, Maximixing Battery Life, Lots More

This Week's PowerBook and iBook News

Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2004.04.30

Except as noted, prices are in US dollars, bold links are to outside sites, and regular links lead to 'Book profiles on Low End Mac.

Apple AirPort 3.4.1 Update Released

This software update provides improved AirPort wireless networking software and is recommended for all users with an AirPort Extreme enabled computer or an AirPort Extreme base station.

This software release supports both AirPort Extreme and AirPort products.

AirPort Extreme is Apple's third generation AirPort product. It's turbocharged with the latest wireless technology, 802.11g, to deliver data rates of up to 54 megabits per second (Mbps) - almost five times as fast as before. AirPort Extreme is compatible with previous versions of AirPort technology, as well as other WiFi certified 802.11b products.

For the latest information on AirPort software, check Software Update in System Preferences.

Internet service provider (ISP) compatibility: Wireless Internet access requires a wireless-enabled computer, a base station or other third-party access point and Internet access (fees may apply). Some ISPs are not currently compatible with AirPort and AirPort Extreme. For more information on using AirPort or AirPort Extreme with your Internet account, contact your ISP or go to the AppleCare Knowledge Base at

New in this version: Bug fixes

System requirements: Mac OS X 10.3 or higher

Toshiba Debuts 100 GB Laptop Hard Drive

The Register's Tony Smith reports:

"Toshiba's storage division yesterday introduced a 2.5" hard drive offering up to 100 GB of storage capacity thanks to an 'industry leading' density of 80 Gb per square inch.

"The 9.5 mm high, 99g unit - dubbed the MK1031GAS - is pitched at notebook vendors. That's not just because of its size. The drive features a 'load/unload mechanism that isolates the head from the disk when it is not executing read-write instructions' the better to protect the delicate mechanism from shocks."

The drive uses 20% less power than existing 2.5" drives, spins at 4200 rpm, and contains an 8 MB buffer. Toshiba also plans to release a 50 GB drive using the same technology.

4x DVD-R/RW/RAM Drive Upgrade for PowerBook G4 and Cube

MCE Technologies, LLC (MCE) has announced a 4x DVD recordable slot loading internal drive upgrade for the Apple PowerBook G4 and Power Mac G4 Cube.

The MCE 4x DVD recordable slot-loading drive is a dual drive and records to both DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW media. In addition to reading and writing to standard DVD±R/RW and CD-R/RW media, it reads and writes to 4.7 GB and 9.4 GB double-sided DVD-RAM media. The MCE 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM drive is available now for immediate shipment.

"Our 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM dual drive upgrade for the PowerBook G4 and Cube matches the latest PowerBook DVD-R drives offered by Apple in terms of speed and even goes one better by offering DVD-RAM drag-and-drop functionality," stated Arnie Ramirez, president of MCE.

The MCE 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM internal drive upgrade for PowerBook G4 and Power Mac G4 Cube writes to standard DVD-R media at 4x speed, to standard DVD-RW media at 2x speed, to DVD+R and DVD+RW media at 2.4x speed, and to 4.7 GB single-sided or 9.4 GB double-sided DVD-RAM media at 2x speed. In addition, it writes to standard 650 MB (74 minute) and 700 MB (80 minute) CD-R media at up to 24x speed, writes to standard CD-RW media at up to 24x speed, reads DVD-ROM discs at up to 12x speed, and reads standard CD-ROM discs at up to 24x speed.

The MCE 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM internal dual drive upgrade is bootable and is compatible with iTunes, iDVD, Finder Burning, DVD Player, and also includes DVD Authoring software that enables the creation of video DVDs directly from the PowerBook G4 or Cube that are playable on most computer and home DVD players.

Included with the drive is a 9.4 GB DVD-RAM disc with true drag-and-drop technology providing nearly 10 GB of instant backup and storage. The drive's DVD-RAM function is also compatible with Dantz Retrospect and Retrospect Express Backup Software. The MCE 4x DVD-R/RW/RAM internal dual drive is compatible with all 12", 15", and 17" PowerBook G4s.

The suggested retail price is $279 (for those PowerBook G4 or Cube systems with a CD-R/RW drive, CD-R/RW-DVD-ROM combo drive, or DVD-R drive) and $329 for those systems currently with a DVD-ROM or CD-ROM only drive.

MCE develops and markets a wide range of Macintosh related products and solutions to distributors, dealers, and end users.

Tips on Maximizing PowerBook and iBook Battery Storage Life

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article says:

"Apple uses four different types of batteries for PowerBook computers: sealed lead acid (SLA), nickel cadmium (NiCad), nickel metal hydride (NiMH), and lithium ion (Li-Ion). iBook computers use lithium ion batteries. Each type of battery has different storage life characteristics.

Sealed Lead Acid Batteries (SLA)
  • 2 to 3 months - Battery should still have minimal charge to operate the PowerBook
  • 12 to 18 months - Battery can still be charged
  • 24 months or more - Uncertain
Nickel Cadmium Batteries (NiCad)
  • 1 to 2 months - Battery should still have minimal charge to operate the PowerBook
  • 6 to 12 months - Battery can still be charged
  • 24 months or more - Uncertain
Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries (NiMH)
  • 1 to 2 months - Battery should still have minimal charge to operate the PowerBook
  • 6 to 12 months - Battery can still be charged
  • 24 months or more - Uncertain

The PowerBook Intelligent Battery (NiMH) has improved charging abilities. A fully charged battery has a 6-month shelf life. If the battery is discharged in sleep as far as it will go to the point that the computer shuts down, the computer can stay in this state for 6 weeks.

Lithium Ion Batteries (Li-Ion)
  • 1 to 2 months - Battery should still have minimal charge to operate the computer
  • 6 to 12 months - Battery can still be charged
  • 12 months or more - Uncertain

Batteries may be damaged if stored for prolonged periods with a closed circuit. The environmental temperature also affects the storage life of any battery. Cool environments are best, and are assumed for the above estimates. All storage times are based on storage starting with the battery fully charged.

For example, schools that may not use their iBook or PowerBook computers during the summer should fully charge the batteries, remove them from the computers, and store them in a cool location for the duration of the summer.

Illustrated 12" PowerBook G4/1.33 GHz Teardown

The Japanese Kodawarisan site has posted photos of a 12" PowerBook G4/1.33 GHz tear down. (Photo labels are in English.)

QuickerTek Wireless Antenna and PC Card Bundle Improves Wireless Range

Titanium PowerBook G4 users now get four times the effective wireless range - a new antenna and PC Card bundle makes it happen for wireless 'Book users

QuickerTek, a developer of wireless antenna products for PowerBook users, has just finished testing its Whip antenna with the Buffalo 802.11g PC Card for wireless networking. The results are in, and Titanium PowerBook G4 users can expect a 4x wireless performance improvement when using both products. This bundle, available from QuickerTek's resellers, is priced at $169.95 before rebate.

The very efficient QuickerTek Whip external antenna attached to the antenna port of the Buffalo 802.11g PC Card produces unprecedented wireless range and flexibility. QuickerTek is so confident in the wireless enhancement that they will send a $35 rebate upon receiving your working Apple AirPort PC Card, making the final cost of the bundle only $134.95.

The Buffalo card is Mac OS X 10.2.6 and newer compatible, and future Mac support by Buffalo is assured. First introduced to computer users at the fall COMDEX in 2002, the 802.11g PC Card has been very popular in the Windows world. In fact, high-speed wireless cards represent the majority of Buffalo's business across Europe and North America as well as in their native Japan.

"For most speed-related products, while an improvement is welcomed, but a huge boost in performance really gets wireless PowerBook users excited. Customers who have purchased our antenna products have been ecstatic with the performance improvements," said Rick Estes, President of QuickerTek. "We have had several customers who have requested a further wireless range extension for PowerBook G3 Pismo, Titanium PowerBook G4, 15" and 17" aluminum PowerBook G4s, as well as the PowerBook G3 Lombard and WallStreet. This product bundle works for all these wireless PowerBook users," Estes continued.

This product bundle is "plug and play" and requires no drivers beyond the Apple AirPort drivers already installed. By using a solid, brand name card from Buffalo, customers have the comfort and assurance of a warranty and future compatibility with OS X 10.2.6 as well as later software upgrades by Apple. Thus customers get the best of all worlds.

The other obvious benefit to many PowerBook users is that they now have access to the improved speed offered by the 54 Mbps AirPort Extreme-level 802.11g wireless gear.

QuickerTek realizes that there is a lot of confusion and misinformation about how to get the most out of your wireless network. QuickerTek strives to offer the most comprehensive solutions with clear explanations and "friend-in-the-business" guidance of how to maximize Apple wireless performance.

QuickerTek is the recognized leading innovator of antennas for Apple computers with antennas for Titanium PowerBooks, aluminum PowerBooks, Apple Cube desktops, including antennas for AirPort Graphite, Snow, and Extreme Base Stations. QuickerTek is the only company with antennas for the new Power Mac G5 desktops.

This product is available for $169.95 and is in stock for immediate customer delivery from dealers including MacAnywhere, TechnoWarehouse, Small Dog Electronics, Harmonic Inversion Technology, and Alta Technology in London.

The $35 rebate is earned when customers send in a dated sales receipt and a working Apple AirPort card. The website has complete rebate details.

ATI Sets Standards for Graphics on New Apple Laptops

ATI Technologies Inc. continues to build on its wide range of offerings for the Mac market now shipping in new Apple products, including the PowerBook G4 professional notebook and eMac desktop for consumers and education customers. Offering powerful performance improvements to the Mac lineup, these new graphics systems, which include the Mobility Radeon 9700 and the Radeon 9200, provide Mac users with the high-end graphics experience they expect from ATI and Apple.

Continuing ATI's leadership in the mobile sector, the 15" and 17" PowerBook G4 notebooks will feature the new Mobility Radeon 9700, the world's fastest mobile graphics processing unit. ATI's Mobility Radeon 9700 uses Low-k process technology to reduce the strain on battery life and at the same time provide accelerated performance. The Mobility Radeon 9700 sets a new standard for processing power in a notebook, which enables users to perform a wide range of graphics functions, ranging from gaming, to digital video editing.

"With the introduction of the Mobility Radeon 9700, notebook performance no longer takes a back seat behind desktop products," said Phil Eisler, Vice President and General Manager, Mobile and Integrated Products, ATI. "By addressing the two key issues for notebook users, performance and power consumption, the Mobility Radeon 9700 demonstrates ATI's commitment to user's needs."

The overwhelmingly successful eMac, geared to educational customers and consumers, will now be powered by the Radeon 9200, enabling first class graphics at a low, entry-level price. With a quad pipe architecture, eMac users will enjoy compelling 3D content and gaming.

"Apple continues to lead the industry with innovation, design and customer experience; including industry-leading graphics," said Greg Joswiak, Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing, Apple. "We chose high-quality graphics processors from ATI for new eMacs, iBooks and PowerBooks to continue with our tradition of offering the ultimate in graphics experience to Apple customers."

Backlit LCDs Require a Warm-up Period

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article notes that LCD panels require a warm-up period to reach normal brightness.

"When you first turn on a backlit display, or wake it from a lengthy sleep, its brightness gradually increases until it reaches a normal operating temperature. This warm-up period can range from several minutes to over an hour, depending on display's size and the environment in which it is being used."

Interestingly, while my G3 iBook very much manifests this warm-up phenomenon, my Pismo and WallStreet PowerBooks do not.

iBatt 1.0.1 PowerBook Battery Monitor

iBattiBatt is a battery monitor for PowerBooks. It goes far beyond the basic charge level information reported by the system, and tells you your battery's capacity, voltage, and overall health report. In addition, it will provide a running graph showing trends in your battery's performance.

iBatt will almost certainly tell you things about your PowerBook's battery that you never knew. All batteries degrade over time, and OS X has no built-in way of showing you just how worn out your battery is. But your PowerBook knows, and iBatt knows how to get that information out. Have you ever wondered if your PowerBook falls short of others in terms of battery performance? iBatt is not just a standalone application, but an Internet-based statistical tool. It reports how your battery measures up against other PowerBooks of your model, and gives you the option to submit your own battery statistics to iBatt's Internet database.

System requirements:

  • PowerBook or iBook
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or higher

iBatt is $15 shareware. You can download it free for evaluation purposes. The demo version will quit after 10 minutes of use, and it will not allow you to view battery statistics on any PowerBook model other than your own.

12" iBook/PowerBook Essential Accessory Kit

You've got a 12" iBook/PowerBook, but there are a few accessories you've always wanted but just never got around to purchasing. This Small Dog Electronics bundle keeps your laptop looking good longer and gives you the extra CDs that are always nice to have on hand.


  • Marware Sportfolio II Black neoprene case for 12" iBook and PowerBook
  • Macally Screen Protector for 12" screen
  • iSkin ProTouch PB Sonic Blue Keyboard protection for iBook and PowerBooks
  • Imation CD-RW Media 25-pack Spindle 4x certified

Price: $85

Installing Earlier System Software on iBook May Cause Display Image to Shrink

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article notes:

Each iBook comes with system software of a certain version. If an earlier version of system software is installed on that iBook, the display image may appear very small and not fill the screen.

Display issues, shrinking video, video issues, older software, distorted video.

Not all system software of the same version is exactly the same. For example, while you may have an earlier software disc that is labeled Mac OS 9.2.2 and your iBook came with Mac OS 9.2.2, the iBook may very well have additional software specific to that computer that is not present on the earlier disc. This can be true for both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X. Because of this, you should always be sure to use the original software discs that came with your computer when reinstalling software.

PowerBook/iBook Power Manager Reset Guidelines Updated

Apple has updated its instructions for resetting the Power Manager Unit in PowerBooks and iBooks to include the models released last week.

The Power Manager is an integrated circuit (computer chip) that is usually on the logic board of the PowerBook and iBook. As the name implies, it is responsible for power management of the computer. It controls backlighting, hard disk spin down, sleep and wake, some charging aspects, trackpad control, and I/O as far as looking at the serial port and modem so it does not sleep when connected.

Over time, the settings in the Power Manager may become unusable, which can result in operational anomalies with the computer. Examples include not turning on, not waking from sleep, not charging the battery, or not seeing the AC Adapter, among others.

Resetting the PMU is not intended for resolution of a stall or situation in which the computer is unresponsive. A PMU reset should not be necessary except as a last resort in cases where a hardware failure of the power management system is suspected. Performing a PMU reset returns the iBook and PowerBook hardware, including NVRAM, to default settings and forces the computer to shut down.

Opening Your iBook's Optical Drive Tray and Ejecting a CD or DVD

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article tells you how to Eject a CD or DVD or Open the Optical Drive Tray of an iBook with a tray-load optical drive. For iBook models with slot-load drives, see Mac Help for your model of iBook.

  1. Make sure the disc is not in use.
  2. Quit all applications that are using files on the disc.
  3. Press the Media Eject key at the top-right corner of the keyboard.
  4. If that doesn't work, hold down the function key and press the Media Eject key.
  5. If that doesn't work, drag the disc's icon to the Trash.
  6. If that doesn't work, restart the computer, and hold down the mouse button as the computer starts up.
  7. To restart, choose Restart from the Apple menu.

If the disc still won't eject, eject it manually

Carefully insert the end of a straightened paper clip into the emergency eject hole on the drive tray.

Ejecting a Disc from a PowerBook G4 Disc Drive

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article says:

There are three ways to eject a disc from the disc drive of a PowerBook G4 computer.

F12, or Media Eject Key
You can press the F12 key, also know as the Media Eject key, located at the top-right corner of the keyboard to eject a disc from the DVD-ROM drive. Press and hold down this key for a few seconds until the drive ejects the disc.

Restart the Computer
You can eject a disc from the drive by restarting the computer and holding down the trackpad button while the computer starts up. Press the trackpad button until the drive ejects the disc.

Emergency Eject Button (original PowerBook G4 only)
The original PowerBook G4 computer has an emergency eject button. If other means of ejecting the disc do not work, try using the emergency eject button. This is only available on the first PowerBook G4 model.

  1. Make sure the computer is turned on. You cannot use the emergency eject button if the computer is turned off.
  2. Insert the end of a paper clip into the emergency eject hole (located on the right side of the drive slot).
  3. Press the emergency eject button.

PowerBook G4, iBook G4: Troubleshooting the Slot Load Disc Drive

A new Apple Knowledge Base Article says:

iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 computers come with several different types of optical disc drives: CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-ROM/CD-RW "Combo drives", and DVD-R/CD-RW "SuperDrives". All of the iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 drives are called slot-loading drives, which means the disc is drawn directly into the computer rather than being put on a tray that is pulled into the computer.

The drive doesn't accept any discs

The drive doesn't eject discs

The drive is noisy, vibrates, or scratches media

Marks at Base of PowerBook Display Screen

An Apple Knowledge Base Article says:

"Because of the PowerBook computer's slim profile and lighter weight, there may be small vertical marks on its display where the edge of the keycaps touch the glass that covers the display.

The marks may appear on these computers

"These marks are the result of the edges of the keycaps on the keyboard touching the glass that covers the display due to the tight tolerances required by the slim profile and lighter weight of the PowerBook computer. These marks are not permanent and can be removed by gently wiping off the display with a clean cloth. Periodically wiping off the keyboard and display will reduce the visibility of any marks on the display screen."

New Aluminum PowerBooks Take on Fastest Power Macs and "Rev A" AlBooks

Bare Feats' rob-ART morgan answers the question: "Do I really need a Power Mac or will a PowerBook do the job?"

"Are you lusting over the new "Rev B" Aluminum PowerBooks (15" or 17")? If you are planning to use one for "Pro" Applications and/or "Extreme" 3D Gaming, you might want to take a look at the graphs below."

Engineered Audio Introduces RemoteRemote 2 for iPod

Engineered Audio, LLC has announced its RemoteRemote 2, the newest in RF wireless remote control for Apple's iPod. Like its predecessor, the RemoteRemote, the RemoteRemote 2 uses RF technology, allowing the consumer to control an iPod around corners and through walls.

RemoteRemote 2 is scheduled for delivery this spring and will retail for $49. Engineered Audio is taking preorders.

Belkin Digital Camera Link for iPod with Dock Connector

Belkin Digital Camera Link for iPodStoring digital photos is fast and easy using Belkin's Digital Camera Link for iPod. Now you can leave your PC at home and stop worrying about using up your camera's memory. With this portable innovation you'll easily transfer thousands of digital images from your camera to your iPod, and free up memory to take more pictures. Belkin brings a new dimension to your iPod device - it's not just for tunes anymore.

Simply connect the Belkin Digital Camera Link to your iPod, and connect your USB mass-storage-class camera device. Using software support that's already built into your iPod (with software version 2.1 or later), your pictures transfer quickly and you're ready to start shooting again. When you get home, just connect your iPod to your computer to retrieve the images. It's like having virtually unlimited storage space for all your photos.


  • Provides easy connection to your USB mass-storage-class camera when used with your cameras USB-A to 5-Pin Mini-B cable.
  • The Belkin Digital Camera Link supports all mass-storage DCF-format cameras and PTP-compliant cameras.
  • Works with third-generation iPod players (software version 2.1 or later)
  • Activates data transfer easily with recessed transfer button
  • Features 3-stage LED indicator
  • Stows cable conveniently when not in use
  • Includes 2 AA batteries
  • Includes Type A USB connector
  • Comes with a 3-Year Warranty
  • NOTE: Not compatible with iPod mini.

Color: White

palmOne Introduces Two Color Zire Handhelds

Building on the success of the best-selling Zire handhelds, palmOne, Inc. has announced two color Zire handhelds.

  • The Zire 72 handheld with a built-in digital camera, audio/video capture and playback ability, and Bluetooth wireless technology offers affordable multimedia capability at an estimated U.S. street price of $299.
  • Adding color, expansion and MP3 functionality to the record-breaking Zire handheld, the Zire 31 handheld is designed for students, super parents and seniors. It has an estimated U.S. street price of $149.

"The Zire 72 handheld works as hard as it plays. Now you can shoot photos, capture and watch video clips or create and edit Word- and Excel-compatible files," said Ken Wirt, palmOne senior vice president and general manager of the Handheld Business Unit. "And, the Zire 31 handheld, with its bright, colorful screen, is the first color, full-featured handheld launched at under $150."

Zire 72 Handheld

The Zire 72 handheld, with a built-in 1.2-megapixel camera and MP3 player, includes what users need for work and play. In addition to capturing photos, the Zire 72 handheld is the first PDA from palmOne to enable video capture. Users can watch video clips on a brilliant 320 x 320 color screen, and the MP3 player allows users to carry the tunes they enjoy and listen in stereo. The Zire 72 handheld enables users to create and edit Word- and Excel-compatible files, as well as synchronize with Microsoft Outlook (Windows only). With the Zire 72 handheld, users can even share files, and get wireless email and Internet access with built-in Bluetooth technology.

  • Built-in 1.2-megapixel camera
  • Ability to capture photos and video clips
  • One-button access to MP3 player
  • High-resolution, 320 x 320 color screen
  • Ability to create and edit Word- and Excel-compatible files
  • Synchronization with Outlook (Windows only)
  • Built-in Bluetooth technology
  • 32 MB of memory (24 MB user-available)
  • Expansion slot
  • High-performance Intel ARM processor
Zire 31 Handheld

The Zire 31 handheld from palmOne is designed for value-conscious students, super parents and seniors. It can store thousands of phone numbers, addresses, lunch dates, meetings, birthdays, doctors' appointments and shopping lists. Its bright, colorful screen is perfect for viewing photos of family and friends. Zire 31 handheld owners can select from more than 20,000 available applications(5) and use the expansion slot for adding more memory, applications or MP3 tunes.

  • Bright color screen
  • MP3 player
  • Photo viewer
  • New PIM (Personal Information Management) software
  • Expansion slot
  • 16 MB of memory (14 MB user-available)

Bargain 'Books

There are two different versions of WallStreet running at 233 MHz, the cacheless MainStreet version and the later Series II with a level 2 cache. It's not always possible to determine from the vendor's listing which is being offered, so we've included links within this paragraph to the two models. The same goes for the PowerBook G4/667 (Gigabit Ethernet/2001) and G4/667 (DVI) and the titanium vs. aluminum 15" PowerBook G4 at 1 GHz.

Apple Store

The Apple Store has a limited supply of brand new iBooks and PowerBooks at fantastic prices. For example, get an iBook G4 starting at only $1,249, or a 12" PowerBook G4 for only $1,499. Also available is the beautiful 17" PowerBook G4 for only $2,599, and the 15" PowerBook G4 starting at only $1,799. These are brand new, unopened products covered by Apple one-year limited warranty. In addition, customers may purchase an AppleCare Protection Plan for their new iBook or PowerBook. All details on these offers available at the following URL under the "Special Deals" tile:

Baucom Computers

Power Max

Wegener Media

Small Dog Electronics

For more deals on current or recently discontinued models, see our Best PowerBook G4 Deals, Best iBook G4 Deals, and Best iBook G3 Deals.

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