This Powerbook 145B need some work: the mouse wheel isn't working very well, the battery is dead and the screen brightness is lagging.
It comes with the power supply
The PowerBook 140 was released in the first line of PowerBooks. It was the mid-range PowerBook, between the low-end 100 and the high-end 170. As with the PowerBook 170, and unlike the 100, this PowerBook featured an internal floppy drive. Codenames for this model are: Tim Lite, Tim LC, Replacements, and Leary. In 1992, it was replaced by the PowerBook 145, which was essentially a speed bump, though the PowerBook 160 essentially superseded it as the new mid-line model.
- Vintage computer
- Series/ Model
- Macintosh Powerbook 145B - M5409
- Year of Manufacture
- In working order