The new 1.67-GHz PowerBook
"Even as it was trimming the price tag, Apple was doing something it should have done a couple of years ago: doubling the base amount of memory. The 17-in. model always came with a 512MB RAM chip. But the others usually came with just 256MB, not really enough to use Mac OS X as it should be used. That means you don't have to run out and buy more memory after plunking down serious money on a PowerBook -- though you might want to anyway. I did, adding 1GB of RAM for 1.5GB in total."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Feb 15, 2005 )
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