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A 6.5 year useful lifespan for a PowerBook G4. Click here.
Posted on November 26, 2009, in Third Party Misc Hardware and tagged Apple, display, Hardware, iPad, laptop, Macbook, Macintosh, News, powerbook, PowerBook G4. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
I have a VAIO laptop that’s 9 years old. The screen died on me a couple of years ago but it was easy to fix. The damn thing has lasted longer than my current laptop and it’s still going strong.
VAIO seems to have the durability too, yeah?
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