Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145B
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The PowerBook 145B was a laptop made by Apple Computer. The PowerBook 145B was the same as the PowerBook 145 that came before it, but with a lower price and additional 2MB of RAM soldered to the motherboard. The only codename for this model is Pikes Peak.
Unlike previous Mac models but like the Performas, the 145B did not ship with a full set of system disks. System 7.1 was preinstalled on the internal hard disk, and a single system start-up disk was included. The package also included two utilities that provide basic backup and restore functions. Unlike the 140 and 145, the 145B cannot run System 7.0.1 - it needs at least System 7.1.
The 145 was superseded by the PowerBook 150 as the next low end PowerBook.
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