PowerBook G4 (1Ghz/867Mhz)

Introduced: November 2002
Terminated: September 2003


A speed bump on the PowerBook G4 (DVI), there were two configurations available of the PowerBook G4 (1Ghz/867Mhz).  The low-end configuration had an 867Mhz processor, a 40Gb hard drive and 256Mb of RAM.  This configuration had a CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive. The high-end model had a 1Ghz processor, a 60Gb hard drive and 512Mb of RAM. This configuration featured a SuperDrive, the first ever in a slot-loading drive.


The PowerBook G4 (1Ghz/867Mhz) was basically a speed bump over the PowerBook G4 (DVI).  The high-end model also had an Airport card pre-installed for wireless networking.  The original prices were $2,299 for the low-end and $2,999 for the high-end.  This was one of the lowest prices ever seen on a high-end PowerBook.


Processor: PowerPC 7455 v3.2 (G4)
Processor Speed: 867 MHz or 1.0 GHz
Benchmarks: 867 MHz: 489, 1.0 GHz: 559
Cache: 64 KB L1, 256 KB on-chip (1:1) L2, 1 MB DDR L3
System Bus: 133 MHz
Hard Drive: 40 or 60 GB 4200-rpm
Media: Slot-loading Combo (8x/8x/8x/24x DVD/CD-RW) or SuperDrive (1x/6x/8x/4x/24x DVD-R/CD-RW)
Weight and Dimensions (US): 5.4 lbs., 1” H x 13.4” W x 9.5” D
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 2.4 kg, 2.6 cm H x 34.1 cm W x 24.1 cm D
Original Mac OS: Mac OS X 10.2.1 and Mac OS 9.2.2
Later Mac OS: Mac OS X 10.2.3 and Mac OS 9.2.2
Maximum Mac OS: Latest release of Mac OS X
Hardware Test: AHT (PowerBook) 1.2.3
Firmware: Open Firmware
Firmware Update: None
Logicboard RAM: None
Maximum RAM: 1.0 GB
Type of RAM Slots: 2 - PC133 3.3V 144-pin SO-DIMM
Minimum RAM Speed: 10 ns
Interleaving Support: No
Graphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon 9000
ATI Card Model: ATY,RV250M9
Graphics Connection: 4x AGP
Graphics Memory: 32 or 64 MB DDR
Built-in Display: 15.2-inch (diagonal) TFT
Resolutions: 1280 x 854 (native), 1152 x 768, 896 x 600, 720 x 480, and 640 x 480 pixels at 3:2 aspect ratio; 1024 x 768, 800 x 600 and 640 x 480 pixels at 4:3 aspect ratio
Display Modes: Dual display extended and video mirroring
Display Connection: 1 - DVI, 1 - S-video
Expansion Slots: Single Type I or II (CardBus compliant)
Expansion Bays: None
Hard Drive Bus: Ultra ATA/66 (ATA-5)
Motion Sensor: None
Backup Battery: 922-5205
Power Adapter: 65 W Apple Portable Power Adapter (M8743**/A)
System Battery: 61 Wh Lithium Ion (M8244G/B)
Battery Life: Up to 5 hours
Max Watts:—
Line Voltage: 100-240V AC
AirPort: Optional (867 MHz) or Built-in (1.0 GHz) AirPort card (802.11b)
Bluetooth: None
Ethernet: 10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45)
Modem: 56k v92
ADB: 1 - Internal for Trackpad
Serial: None
SCSI: None
USB: 2 - 12 MBit/s
FireWire: 1 - 400 MBit/s (6W total power)
Security Slot: 1 - Kensington cable lock
Audio In: 1 - 3.5-mm analog input jack, Built-in microphone (16-bit 48 kHz sample rate)
Audio Out: 1 - 3.5-mm analog output jack, Built-in 20mm speakers (16-bit 48 kHz sample rate)


Introduced in November 2002, the PowerBook G4 (1Ghz/867Mhz) was discontinued in September 2003.
PowerBook G4 (1Ghz/867Mhz)



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