This is a very good laptop and would strongly recommend it because the quality is very good, it might glitch a little, but that happens rarely, sometimes it just stops working, this can be a bit frustrating but if you just wait for a few seconds, it can recover itself. The display quality is brilliant, it's suitable for everything and it's very nice when watching a video. The sound system is very good, the volume range is very wide and this is just convenient. The keyboard is slightly fragile, but the keys are strong. So you still have to tap quite hard, and the touch pad is not sensitive at all, this was a surprise because you really have to tap the touch pad and drag the cursor around. This is good and bad, it's good because you can always control your cursor, but it will hurt your finger a bit after a while. The battery life is great, it can last for about nearly eight hours and half. I love the design, it's sleek and looks modern and neat. The laptop is not heavy at all so I would strongly recommend this to you when you are traveling, because first, it's light and it's reliable also convenient, the only bad bit is the touch pad. Overall, this laptop is great, I really enjoyed using it. This laptop is suitable for everyone, the price for this laptop is a little bit too high, and I wish it could be lower, but still the laptop is very good.
The iBook G3/466 Special Edition (Firewire/Clamshell), features a 466 MHz PowerPC 750cx (G3) processor with a 256k "on chip" level 2 cache, 64 MB of RAM, a 10.0 GB hard drive, a tray-loading 4X DVD-ROM drive, 2X AGP ATI Rage Mobility graphics with 8 MB of VRAM, and optional AirPort (802.11b) packed into a sleek handle-equipped conservative "graphite" or outlandish "key lime" case with a 12.1" TFT active matrix display (800x600 native resolution).
The iBook G3/466 Special Edition (Firewire/Clamshell) is similar to the iBook G3/366 Special Edition (Original/Clamshell) that it replaced, but the "Firewire" model has a single Firewire port -- as the informal name implies -- as well as a faster processor with on chip level 2 cache, a larger standard hard drive, superior video, and a "lime green" color option as well as "graphite". It also introduced a new hybrid A/V port that provides composite audio/video out capabilities.
The iBook G3/466 Special Edition also is quite similar to the iBook G3/366 (Firewire/Clamshell) introduced at the same time, but the "Special Edition" has a faster processor, a DVD-ROM drive instead of a CD-ROM drive, and uses a "graphite" case instead of "indigo" (both models were offered in "lime green").
Processors: 1 Geekbench 2: 216 & N/A
Processor Speed: 466 MHz Processor Type: PowerPC 750cx (G3)
Processor Upgrade: Soldered FPU: Integrated
System Bus Speed: 66 MHz Cache Bus Speed: 466 MHz (Built-in)
ROM/Firmware Type: Open Firmware ROM/Firmware Size: 1 MB
L1 Cache: 64k L2/L3 Cache: 256k (on chip)
RAM Type: PC66 SDRAM Min. RAM Speed: 10 ns
Details: Uses 144-pin PC66 SO-DIMM memory modules.