Pros Great function and iLife for the price. Very light. More convieniant than Windows and very fast. Overall, a great computer for the price.
Cons Keyboard was broken the first day, but Support expressed a replacement keyboard. Dark areas appearing where the hands rest. The twrist pad and the area around the USB ports squeek. Speakers are not of good quality and rattle a bit.
Pros This was my first Mac. I had been an steadfast PC user for all my life, but after a friend introduced me to the wonders of Mac's. There is simple nothing so far (6 months) that makes me regret this purchase. I bought the 14in iBook, well worth the extra w
Cons The only real cons was the time it took to learn the Mac OS. Which was a mere 2 weeks and by then I knew all the little tricks. In the 6+ months of owning my Mac it has only had big problems that forced me to restart about twice. Which where always caused
Pros As a college professor, this is just the right size (12") to tote on campus and set up in class rooms. All the software I ever need is available. Still gets the doubletake from students. OS X is Unix made personable. Mac Genius Bar at local Apple Store be
Cons Does run hot when I'm using DreamWeaver. Needs 512mb RAM just to keep up. Windows-centric world does everything it can to make me switch, from not allowing my iBook on the campus network (no legitimate reason ever given, since I had been able to connect u
Pros Long battery life, great size & style, rock solid operating system, iLife apps rock!
Cons Knock at least an hour to 90 minutes off the rated battery life if using WiFi (Airport). I get about 4.5 hours instead of the rated 6 when using Airport.
Pros Just a clarification to the editor you can get the iBook with a SuperDrive available as a build-to-order option (14-inch models only)