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Now, what is the likelihood, with the mobility of FCP 3, that we will now see superdives in Powerbooks? Is this feasible? Could it be by MWSF or by MWNY. I saw on <a href="http://www.appleinsider.com" target="_blank">www.appleinsider.com</a> that the combo cd/rw-dvd drives will appear, but a superdrive on the PB would really amaze me.
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post #2 of 7
Whenever Apple can do it they will.
post #3 of 7
No. Whenever Apple wants to they will.
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Yeah, MacAddict. My mistake.
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[quote]Originally posted by MacAddict:
<strong>No. Whenever Apple wants to they will.</strong><hr></blockquote>

no, I'm pretty sure they would WANT to offer a 3499 model with superdrive now. it just doesn't exist. pretty hard to use something if it doesn't exist no?
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You misunderstood me applenut. What I'm saying is that Apple will not only wait until a component is available, they will also wait until they feel like they should use it.

I agree that Apple probably would like to have a superdrive in a PowerBook. However, there were Radeon cards available for the MWNY iMac revision, but since Apple didn't want to implement them, they didn't.
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[quote]Originally posted by MacAddict:
<strong>You misunderstood me applenut. What I'm saying is that Apple will not only wait until a component is available, they will also wait until they feel like they should use it.

I agree that Apple probably would like to have a superdrive in a PowerBook. However, there were Radeon cards available for the MWNY iMac revision, but since Apple didn't want to implement them, they didn't.</strong><hr></blockquote>

alright. but I think the superdrive situation is a bit different.
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