Aug 222016

This is a tale of old CPUs, intensive SMD rework, and things that should work but don’t. Released in 1994, Apple’s Powerbook 500 series of laptop computers were the top of the line. They had built-in Ethernet, a trackpad instead of a trackball, stereo sound, and a full-size keyboard. This was…
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