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Upgrading Your Hard Drive

There's no reason on earth why you should forgo the simple pleasures of computing life just because you've maxed out the hard drive that originally shipped with your Mac. After all, aren't you getting just a little bit tired of sacrificing the digital snapshots of the family to make room for the that massive 500 MB 3-D shoot-'em-up?

Of the four product lines of the Macintosh family—Power Mac, iMac, PowerBook, and iBook—only the Power Mac (excluding the Cube) allows you to add internal hard drives. If you want to put a new hard drive in an iMac or one of the Mac portables, you must either replace the internal drive or add an external hard drive.


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