Apple’s new PowerBook is just 1 inch thick and weighs a mere 5.3 pounds. The PowerBook G4 is a heavyweight in an ultralight body – the world’s first notebook computer made of 99.5% pure grade CP1 (meaning commercially pure) titanium. • Jason O’Grady’s latest article for ZDNet Hands on the G4 PowerBook gets some initial reactions to Mercury from MacWorld Expo SF 2001. • Macworld Editor in Chief Andrew Gore on Apple’s new PowerBook, G4 Desktops, and multimedia software: It’s great to see that Apple not just thinking different, but thinking better in his article Apple’s Thinking Better. • Apple posted the Developer Note for the newly announced PowerBook G4. The highly technical document outlines almost every detail of the new machine and is available in HTML and in PDF formats.