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MacBook Pro Fastest Vista Notebook, 2-finger Scrolling for Older 'Books, 802.11n USB Stick, and More

This Week's Mac Notebook News

Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2007.11.09

This Week's MacBook, PowerBook, and iBook News

All prices are in US dollars unless otherwise noted.

General Apple and Mac desktop news is covered in The Mac News Review. iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV news is covered in The iNews Review.

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News & Opinion

MacBook Pro the Fastest Windows Vista Notebook PCWorld Has Ever Tested

In a new feature article entitled "In Pictures: The Most Notable Notebooks of 2007," PC World says:

"We test many notebooks throughout the year, so we see some pretty interesting portables. We picked out the extremes in the products we've tested since the first of the year - the fastest, the slowest, the biggest, the smallest, and the most stylish.

"Fastest: Apple MacBook Pro

"The fastest Windows Vista notebook we've tested this year is a Mac. Try that again: The fastest Windows Vista notebook we've tested this year - or for that matter, ever - is a Mac. Not a Dell, not a Toshiba, not even an Alienware. The $2419 (plus the price of a copy of Windows Vista, of course) MacBook Pro's PC WorldBench 6 Beta 2 score of 88 beats Gateway's E-265M by a single point, but the MacBook's score is far more impressive simply because Apple couldn't care less whether you run Windows."

Leopard Brings Two-finger Tapping to PowerBooks/iBooks?

MacUser's Dan Moren says:

"Reader Raul wrote us to say that he uncovered a hitherto undiscovered option in his Keyboard & Mouse preference pane that enabled two-finger tapping. When I responded that this had been around since the advent of the original MacBooks, he pointed out that he was seeing this on his (cue dramatic music please) iBook G4."

Samsung Reveals High-performance 64 GB SATA II Flash Drive

PR: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has become the first in the industry to sample 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch 64 Gigabyte (GB) solid state drives (SSD) with a super-fast SATA (Serial ATA) II/native SATA interface. With a sequential write speed of 100 Megabyte per second (MBps) and sequential read speed of 120 Mbps, the SATA II SSD is poised to expand the market for solid state drives from notebook PCs to corporate servers and other high-performance storage applications.

"The 64 GB SATA II SSD is based on Samsung's cutting-edge NAND technology with dramatically improved performance specs that are taking system performance to a whole new level of efficiency," said Jim Elliott, director, NAND flash marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.

Samsung's SATA II SSD combines a 50 nm-class, single-level-cell (SLC) 8 Gb flash chip with a Samsung proprietary, high-speed SATA controller and supporting software.

The new SATA II SSD has a 3.0 gigabit-per-second (Gbps) interface speed which is twice as fast as its SATA I predecessor. Moreover, the SATA II SSD requires only half as much power as the 1.9 watts consumed by hard drives now used in notebook PCs and only one-tenth the power consumed by enterprise-class 15,000 rpm hard drives in servers.

Market research firm Web-Feet Research estimates that the NAND flash - based SSD market is expected to show 74 percent compounded annual growth from 2007 through 2012 to reach US$10 billion in 2012.

Samsung remains the leader in the production of higher-density solid state drives, developing a 32 GB PATA SSD in March 2006, followed by a 64 GB version using the SATA I interface in March of this year. The market has been moving rapidly toward SATA, which operates faster than its PATA counterpart, with competition intensifying over the development of new SATA-interface devices.

Online Petition to Apple: LCD Display with Vertical Lines

A new online petition reads:

To: Apple Inc.

We, the undersigned, request that Apple Inc. officially acknowledge and address the defect in their LCD Displays. The defect causes vertical lines (cyan/yellow/pink) to appear cutting through the screen and multiplying as time goes by. Unfortunately, the problem starts to appear right after the end of the one year warranty. This problem has been filling up the Apple's online discussion forum and with no possible solution. We are the loyal Apple fans and would love to see Apple show its appreciation by stepping up to this issue.

The Undersigned

QuickerTek Announces Leopard Compatibility: Updated Drivers on Website

PR: QuickerTek, the Macintosh wireless experts, have updated the drivers for the complete line of Quicky and nQuicky wireless signalboosters for Mac OS 10.5 "Leopard."

The nQuicky CardBus is a 802.11n wireless signal booster for CardBus equipped PowerBooks, iBooks and MacBooks. nQuicky PCI is the same high-speed 'n' wireless technology for PCI-equipped Mac desktops.

For those Mac users with the Quicky, Quicky Jr., iQuicky and Nano USB, new drivers are also available for these four 802.11b/g products.

These new QuickerTek drivers avoid the problems reported by early users of Leopard and wireless networking.

These updated wireless drivers are available free of charge.


MacWireless 11n USB Stick

PR: Take your wireless network to the next level! With the MacWireless 11n USB Stick you can fully utilize the power and speed of your 11n AirPort Extreme Base Station, achieving greater range, flexibility, and a maximum throughput of up to 300 Mbps!

MacWireless 11n USB stickThis is a perfect solution for older computers that cannot use the 11n cards from Apple, including PowerBooks, iBooks, iMacs, Mac mini, MacBooks, and any other machine with a USB port.

The stick's portable size makes it great for users on the go. Get the most out of your home, office network, or local WiFi hotspot with the 11n USB Stick!

11n USB Stick - OS X 10.3 and above. - $119.98

Kingston Increases Capacities of DataTraveler Mini Fun, Migo Edition USB Drives

PR: Kingston Technology Company, Inc. ,has announced its DataTraveler Mini Fun and DataTraveler Mini - Migo Edition USB Flash drives are now shipping in capacities up to 4 GB and the DT Mini Fun now features the internationally popular game Sudoku as well as the previously included Atlantis from Big Fish Games.

DataTraveler Mini Fun"When Kingston first released the DataTraveler Mini Fun, it was among the smallest USB Flash drives of its kind offering the ultimate in transportability along with a couple of great games," said Joe Teng, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. "With the larger 4 GB size, one can store even more data while fully enjoying the new games."

The DT Mini - Migo Edition allows users the freedom to safely work across multiple PCs. When synchronized with a host computer, the Migo software copies email content, Internet favorites, settings, history and cookies plus files and folders. The drive thus allows the user to replicate their own desktop on virtually any PC. All data transfer is handled on the drive so there are no traces left behind once it is ejected from the non-host PC.

"The DT Mini - Migo Edition is ideal for professionals and consumers who work away from the office or home," said Teng. "It's a powerful drive in a small form factor that allows one to take their desktop to go while having the robust storage capacity to handle numerous as well as large data files."

DataTraveler Mini Fun Features & Specifications:

  • Convenient: mini-size for easy portability
  • Simple: plug and play into a USB port
  • Functional: comes preloaded with Sudoku and Atlantis
  • Capacities: 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB
  • Dimensions: 1.5? x 0.75? x 0.31? (38mm x 19mm x 8mm)
  • Operating temperature: 32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)
  • Compliant: designed to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 specifications
  • Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Win 2000, Win XP, Mac OS 10.x and above, Linux Kernel 2.4 and above
  • Bundled games support Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and DirectX 8.0
  • Guaranteed: five-year warranty

DataTraveler Mini - Migo Edition Features & Specifications:

  • Convenient: mini-size for easy portability
  • Simple: plug and play into a USB port
  • Functional: comes preloaded with Migo Software for Windows-based systems
  • Capacities: 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB
  • Dimensions: 0.70" x 1.42" x 0.40" (17.85mm x 36mm x 10.24mm)
  • Storage temperature: -4° F to 185° F (-20° C to 85° C)
  • Compliant: designed to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 specifications
  • Multilingual: Migo Operating Language support in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Simplified and Traditional Chinese
  • Migo Supported Clients: Internet Browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer (5.0 and above), Mozilla Firefox (1.5 and above); Email: Microsoft Outlook Express (5.0 and above), Mozilla Thunderbird ( and above)
  • Operating Systems: Windows Vista(a), Windows XP (SP1 and above), and 2000 (SP3 and above); Mac OS 10.x and above (Migo not compatible)
  • Guaranteed: five-year warranty

1 Some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. For more information, please consult the Kingston Flash memory guide at:

(a) Windows Vista ReadyBoost not supported. Kingston DataTraveler Mini Fun & Mini - Migo Edition

Part Number MSRP (US only)

  • DTMFY/1 GB (yellow) $16
  • DTMFP/2 GB (purple) $28
  • DTMFR/4 GB (red) $62
  • DTM/1 GB $16
  • DTM/2 GB $28
  • DTM/4 GB $62

OWC Announces 4 GB Memory Upgrade Kits for New MacBooks

PR: Other World Computing (OWC) announced that it is offering up to 4 GB Memory Kits for Apple's newly released MacBook 2.0 GHz and 2.2 GHz models, which began shipping today. OWC Memory of up to 4 GB is also available for the full line of MacBook Pro 17", MacBook Pro 15.4" and MacBook 13.3" models.

OWC memory upgrades meet or exceed Apple's electrical and mechanical design requirements. OWC is an Apple Developer Connection Premiere Member and maintains an active state-of-the-art test lab to ensure the highest product quality and reliability. OWC Memory customers are ensured a lifetime of high-performance, reliable operation backed with OWC's Money Back Guarantee and Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty.

OWC is an expert in the Mac memory market with nearly two decades of experience providing memory module upgrades for Mac computers. OWC has conducted independent memory benchmarks on MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, which show the significant performance benefits memory offers when used with Apple's latest Tiger and Leopard operating systems. Beyond benefits to overall system performance through the Apple OS, more memory is a must for customers employing high-memory intensive applications, such as audio/video, photo, 3D modeling, and other applications. From these tests, OWC recommends customers upgrade with either one module or matched pairs - whichever best fits their budget and provides the most total memory. Whether interleaved or not, all memory increases provide overall performance gain.

"OWC is all about maximizing performance, and impressively, we've found that there can be better performance attained even between a 2 GB and 3 GB memory upgrade than by getting a new system with a faster processor," said Larry O'Connor, President, OWC. "More memory makes a tremendous difference, as our real-world testing illustrates, and the up to 4 GB available by OWC for the new MacBook provides yet further benefits beyond just the processor speed bump."

OWC 4 GB Memory Upgrade Kits are available immediately, priced at $159.99 (configured as two 2 GB Micron-based memory modules). Additional savings is also available for customers who take advantage of OWC's trade-in program, which provides cash back for the trade-in of existing Apple factory memory modules.

Tom Bihn Brain Cell Adds a Fifth Layer of Protection: Memory Foam

PR: Tom Bihn/s Brain Cell laptop case has gained a reputation for offering the best protection one can get for their laptop short of using a heavy metal briefcase. The Brain Cell cradles laptops in 8mm thick soft foam padding, suspends them in a 4mm hard corrugated plastic insert that protects from the front, back, and bottom, and protects them the sides by dense crosslinked closed-cell polyethylene foam, providing the ultimate in laptop protection.

Tom Bihn Horizontal Brain Cellmemory foamAnd now that protection is even better. All Brain Cells, Horizontal and Vertical, now have an new fifth layer of protection: 12mm thick premium memory foam, manufactured to our specifications in the USA. The layer of memory foam is fixed to the corrugated plastic floor of the Brain Cell, separating the bottom of the foam sling from the corrugated plastic shell. The memory foam acts as an extra layer of cushion as well as an effective shock absorber.

The Brain Cell is manufactured by a highly skilled Seattle factory crew. Components of the Brain Cell, from the 500 denier Cordura™ to the premium memory foam, are manufactured to our specifications in the United States.

The Brain Cell. $60. Vertical or Horizontal.

Available in 11 different sizes to fit a wide range of laptops. Multiple colors.

Techshell Bling Bling and Rubberized Protective Covers for Apple Notebooks

PR: Techshell is a hard plastic snap-on case that provides protection from scratches and dings, keeping your laptop looking new. The shells are used for both physical protection of the laptop within, and aesthetics

Techshell blingTechshell is a pair of protective covers made out of high-quality plastic that provides protection from scratches and dings, keeping your laptop looking new. The shells are used for both physical protection of the laptop within, and aesthetics. (In some cases Techshell will not protect your laptop against unusual abuse, drops, or other occurrences that would normally severely damage your laptop).

The Techshell snaps onto your portable computer to protect it from scratches, dust, and other sources of external damage.

Techshell blingTechshell Bling Bling covers add another dimension of distinctiveness to your 'Book.

This is a pink Swarovski Crystal Clear Case for 13" MacBook.

Crystallized With 100% Genuine Swarovski Crystals

This design is custom made and each crystal is placed one by one by hand. If you would like to have your own design or for ordering, contact Grace at 1-888-830-1285 x705, or:

Rubberized Techshells are shells with the same hard plastic base as any other Techshell, but with a rubbery paint-like coating on the outside. It is designed to provide a unique look and feel, as well as a superior grip. It is not intended to be an impact-absorbing characteristic.

Techshell blingTecshell cases have port cutouts so you don't have to remove the Techshell to use them.

Techshell says that through testing and customer experience, heat buildup has not been a problem. The vents are not blocked by Techshells, letting the fans blow unobstructed. Most MacBooks actually radiate heat through the keyboard and the vents between the base of the laptop and the screen, upward. CPU-intensive tasks will likely still cause your MacBook to heat up, whether the Techshell is there, or not.

Techshell blingTechshells are available for 12" PowerBook, 13" MacBook, 15" MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo, 17" MacBook Pro and 17" MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo.


iScroll2: Two-Finger-Scrolling for pre-2005 PowerBooks and iBooks

PR: iScroll2 is a modified trackpad driver that adds two-finger scrolling capabilities to supported pre-2005 PowerBooks and iBooks on OS X 10.3 and up.

Supported models include most aluminum PowerBooks introduced from 2003 to 2004 as well as most G4 iBooks.

Note: Models that have two-finger scrolling already built-in are not supported! These use a completely different, USB-based trackpad, the driver or which is not available as open source.

iScroll2 is based on Apple's AppleADBMouse-209.0.10 driver for the ADB-based trackpads found on older models, which is available as part of the publicly released Darwin source code (and covered by the APSL). The code added for supporting two-finger scrolling was written from scratch.

The installer will tell you whether your machine is supported or not. Alternatively, you can use this little script. Just unpack and double-click in Finder.

Note: Both the driver and this check may not work if you have another alternative trackpad driver (such as SideTrack or FingaMIDI) installed.

Models that are known not to be supported include all G3 and Titanium PowerBooks, the very first 12" PowerBook model, all G3 iBooks, and all newer machines that come with two-finger-scrolling built-in: The trackpads of the older machines simply lack two-finger detection capabilities completely, whereas the models that have scrolling built-in use a completely different, USB-based trackpad, the driver for which is not available as open source.

Note: As should be obvious from the version numbers, iScroll2 is still in its early stages of development, and thus likely contains bugs.

To scroll, just place two fingers on your trackpad instead of one. Both fingers need to be placed next to each other horizontally (not vertically, the trackpad cannot detect that). Some people get better results with their finger spaced a little bit apart, while others prefer having the fingers right next to each other.

iScroll2 provides two scrolling modes: Linear and circular scrolling.

For linear scrolling, move the two fingers up/down or left/right in a straight line, respectively, to scroll in that direction.

Circular scrolling works in a way similar to the iPod's scroll wheel: Move the two fingers in a circle to scroll up or down, depending on whether you move in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction.

In addition to scrolling, iScroll2 also supports mapping the trackpad button and the tap gesture to a specific mouse button. The trackpad button can also be remapped dynamically depending on whether two fingers are on the trackpad. This can be configured in the included preference pane.

New in version 0.29:

  • changed startup mechanism for user settings daemon from StartupItem to LaunchAgent (credit to Nick Naime for providing a launchd plist)
  • please check if this solves the issue with iScroll2 not working on Leopard
  • NOTE: this version requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher

System requirements: Mac OS X 10.4.0 or higher, 2003-2004 model Aluminum PowerBook or any G4 iBook. See website for details.

System Support: PPC


KeyRemap4MacBook 2.0 MacBook Keyboard Remapper

PR: KeyRemap4MacBook is a keyboard remapper for Mac OS X.

Not to mention the change of simple key remap, it has the special remapping like Emacs-mode, SandS-mode (Space and Shift).

Very small & concise source code written with C++. Use it as codebase of your original keyremapper.

New in version 2.0:

  • Leopard Support.
  • Support PowerBook restrictively.
  • Added remap.emacsmode, remap.fn2control, ...

System requirements:

  • Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5. (Leopard-ready)
  • MacBook.

System Support: PPC/Intel


Bargain 'Books

Bargain 'Books are used unless otherwise indicated. New and refurbished units have a one-year Apple warranty and are eligible for AppleCare.

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 (VGA) and G4/667 (DVI), the titanium vs. aluminum 15" PowerBook G4 at 1 GHz, and 1.25 GHz to 1.5 GHz 15" PowerBooks.

PowerBook, iBook, and MacBook profiles linked in our Portable Mac Index.

Apple Store

The $1,699 15" Core 2 Duo MacBook Pros are back this week, but $1,999 17-inchers are sold out. Same lineup of MacBooks as last week. cm

  • refurb 2.0 GHz Core 2 MacBook, white, 1 GB/80/Combo, $949
  • refurb 2.16 GHz Core 2 MacBook, white, 1 GB/120/SD, $1,099
  • refurb 2.16 GHz Core 2 MacBook, black, 1 GB/160/SD, $1,299
  • refurb 15" 2.2 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/120/SD, $1,699
  • refurb 15" 2.4 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,199
  • refurb 17" 2.4 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,399

PC Connection

  • 15" 2.2 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/120/SD, $1,844 after rebate
  • 15" 2.4 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,344 after rebate


TechRestore is offering a $25 discount to 'Book Review readers off any PowerBook or iBook in stock. Just enter the code CWM during checkout when ordering online. The coupon code is valid from now through 2007.12.31.

  • 12" PowerBook G4/867, 256/40/Combo, $529.99 less $25 = $504.99
  • 12" PowerBook G4/867, 128/40/SD, $599.99 less $25 = $574.99
  • 15" PowerBook G4/400, 256/20/Combo, $549.99 less $25 = $524.99
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.25 GHz, 512/80/SD, $819.99 less $25 = $794.99
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.5 GHz, 512/80/Combo, $849.99 less $25 = $824.99
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.5 GHz, 512/80/SD, $979.99 less $25 = $954.99
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.67 GHz, 512/80/SD, $989.99 less $25 = $964.99
  • 17" PowerBook G4/1 GHz, 512/60/SD, APX, $999.99 less $25 = $974.99

Wegener Media - 14" WallStreet - Pismo - 12" PowerBook - 15" MacBook Pro - 17" MacBook Pro

  • WallStreet PowerBook G3/233, 128/2/floppy, $99.99
  • WallStreet PowerBook G3/233, 128/2/CD, $119.99
  • WallStreet PowerBook G3/266, 288/2/CD, $159.99
  • Pismo PowerBook G3/400, 128/6/DVD, $299.99
  • Pismo PowerBook G3/500, 128/6/DVD, $349.99
  • Pismo PowerBook G4/550, 128/40/Combo, $529.99
  • 12" PowerBook G4/867, 256/40/Combo, $589.99
  • 15" 1.83 GHz MacBook Pro, 512/80/SD, $1,179.99
  • 15" 2.0 GHz MacBook Pro, 512/80/SD, $1,239.99
  • 15" 2.0 GHz MacBook Pro, 1 G/100/SD, $1,299.99
  • 17" 2.16 GHz MacBook Pro, 1/100/SD, $1,629.99
  • 17" 2.16 GHz MacBook Pro, 1/120/SD, $1,689.99
  • 17" 2.16 GHz MacBook Pro, 1/160/SD, $1,729.99
  • 17" 2.16 GHz MacBook Pro, 1/250/SD, $1,829.99

Power Max

Free ground shipping

  • open box 2.0 GHz Core 2 MacBook, white, 1 GB/80/Combo, $1,099
  • open box 2.16 GHz Core 2 MacBook, white, 1 GB/120/SD, $1,199
  • open box 2.16 GHz Core 2 MacBook, black, 1 GB/160/SD, $1,449
  • open box 15" 2.0 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 512/80/SD, warranty started, AppleCare eligible, $1,539
  • open box 15" 2.2 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/120/SD, $1,949
  • open box 15" 2.2 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,029
  • open box 15" 2.33 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/120/SD, $2,149
  • open box 17" 2.33 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,549
  • open box 17" 2.4 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, $2,699
  • open box 17" 2.4 GHz Core 2 MacBook Pro, 2 GB/160/SD, warranty started, $2,719


  • 12" iBook G3/700, 128/20/CD, AP, small crack, $249
  • 12" iBook G3/900, 256/40/Combo, AP, $399
  • 12" iBook G4/1 GHz, 512/40/SD, $599
  • 14" iBook G4/933, 128/40/SD, $499
  • 14" iBook G4/1 GHz, 128/60/SD, $579
  • 15" PowerBook G4/550, 128/30/Combo, $349
  • 15" PowerBook G4/667, 512/30/SD, AP, $549
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1 GHz, 256/60/SD, AP, $599

Baucom Computers

  • 12" iBook G3/700, 256/20/Combo, $299
  • 12" iBook G3/700, 384/20/Combo, $309
  • Add AirPort for $69
  • 12" iBook G4/1.0 GHz, 512/30/Combo, $475
  • 12" iBook G4/1.0 GHz, 512/30/Combo, AirPort, $509
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.25 GHz, 512/80/Combo, $605
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.25 GHz, 512/80/SD, $685
  • Add AirPort Extreme for $39

PowerBook Guy

  • 12" iBook G3/500, 128/10/CD, $199.95
  • 12" iBook G3/700, 256/20/CD, $229.95
  • 12" iBook G3/800, 256/30/CD, $259.95
  • 12" iBook G3/800, 256/30/Combo, $339.95
  • 12" iBook G4/1 GHz, 512/30/Combo Drive, $479.95
  • Pismo PowerBook G3/400, 192/6/Zip, $279.95
  • 14" iBook G4/1 GHz, 512/40/Combo, $529.95
  • 15" PowerBook G4/500, 256/20/DVD, $449.95
  • 15" PowerBook G4/800, 256/40/Combo, $599.95
  • 15" PowerBook G4/1.5 GHz, 512/80/SD, APX, BT, $949.95

For more deals on current and discontinued models, see our MacBook deals, MacBook Pro deals, 12" PowerBook G4 deals, 15" PowerBook G4 deals, 17" PowerBook G4 deals, titanium PowerBook G4 deals, iBook G4 deals, PowerBook G3 deals, and iBook G3 deals.

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