Ok, after doing some sluthing I came across a PPC 970 pdf that IBM has on there site.

http://www3.ibm.com/chips/techlib/te...70_MPF2002.pdf

Noting that on page 14 it shows the specs on the new PPC 970. The 1.8ghz dissipates 48 wats of heat... this is fine for the new line of PMs but far too high for the new TiBooks... Just below, it then stats that a PPC 970 running at 1.2ghz will only dissipate 19 wats and draw 1.1 volts. This is perfect for the new TiBooks, and it would be a healthy speed bump to the whole line.

I for one would like to have a 64-bit PPC in my lap.

Would this be the first 64-bit laptop created?

http://www3.ibm.com/chips/techlib/te...70_MPF2002.pdf

Noting that on page 14 it shows the specs on the new PPC 970. The 1.8ghz dissipates 48 wats of heat... this is fine for the new line of PMs but far too high for the new TiBooks... Just below, it then stats that a PPC 970 running at 1.2ghz will only dissipate 19 wats and draw 1.1 volts. This is perfect for the new TiBooks, and it would be a healthy speed bump to the whole line.

I for one would like to have a 64-bit PPC in my lap.

Would this be the first 64-bit laptop created?