All of Apple's portable Macs since 1984
The Mac 128K, 512K, and Mac Plus all shared this form factor. They were luggable and huggable.
Like the previous generation, the SE models had a handle.
You may not remember the Classic, but it was the first sub-$1000 machine. It, too, had a handle.
Power Mac G3 Tower
We'll let this G3 represent the entire tower series. They had handles, so, well. They all had handles.
It's clunky, it's old, and it's from 1989. Apple's first official clamshell portable.
Say hello to the PowerBook 100 from 25 years ago. The first modern Apple laptop.
You're looking at the PowerBook 140 from 1991, $3,000 (in '91 dollars) of carry computing power.
PowerBook Duo line
This here is the PowerBook Duo. Thin (for the time), expensive, and sold from 1992-1997.
The PowerBook 540 was the first to have Ethernet built in. This was 1994, so that was big.
If you're Jeff Goldblum, saving the Earth from aliens, this is the PowerBook for you.
Sold from 1996 to 1998, this was Apple's new entry-level PowerBook.
1997's PowerBook 3400c was the first to have an internal PCI architecture.
What made the 2400c special was it was Apple's replacement for the Duo, but was incompatible with the Duo Dock. Yeah.
The "Wallstreet" series of PowerBooks was introduced 18 years ago.
The iBook (not to be confused with iBooks) was available in five fruity colors.
iBook G4, less fruity, more speedy.
PowerBook G4 Titanium
The PowerBook G4 Titanium was partially built with a titanium shell.
PowerBook G4 Aluminum
Switching from titanium, Apple started making the PowerBook G4 with machined aluminum.
The original MacBook from a decade ago was very, very white.
Unibody Aluminum MacBook
With new manufacturing processes, Apple moved to unibody construction in 2008.
The MacBook Pro has been an Apple staple for a decade. The Retina display was introduced in 2012.
Go light or go home. This was the last MacBook introduced by Steve Jobs.
You don't need ports or power when you have sexy colors and a slim design.