486SX Professional
Amstrad PPC512
Asus Eee PC 900A
Atari Portofolio
Auva 3500
Auva 486/33
Chicony PB 9350
Colani Blue Note
Commodore PC-10
Digital DecPC 425SE
Epson portable Q150A
Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pi 1536
Highscreen Laptop
HP Compaq TC1100
HP Omnibook 800 CT
HP OmniBook XE3
IBM Portable 5155
IBM ThinkPad Type 2647 T21
iBook G3
iBook G4
Kontron IP Lite
Lenovo ThinkPad T60
Mac Book Air 2013
MacBook Air
MacBook Air 13"
MacBook Pro 15-Inch "Core Duo" 2.16
Macintosh PowerBook 180
Multimedia Notebook Computer Model 86
Notebook Kapok 8700M
Olivetti Quaderno PT-XT-20
Palm m500
Panasonic CF-41
PowerBook 1400c/133
PowerBook G4
Siemens Scenic Mobile 710
Sony Vaio PCG-R600HEP
ThinkPad T43
ThinkPad T450
ThinkPad X230
Toshiba Libretto 50CT
Toshiba PII 300 MHz Notebook
Toshiba Satellite 320CDT
Toshiba T4400C
Toshiba T5100
Toshiba T5200/100
Walkstation 386 SX
Wind Hybrid Luxury

PowerBook G4
Apple Computers, Inc., 2001
CPU: 400 MHz or 500 MHz
Memory: 128 MB (two 64 MB) or 256 MB (two 128 MB)
drives: Hard drive: 10 GB or 20 GB, 2x DVD-ROM
Display: 15.2"" TFT matte LCD display, 1152 x 768
Functionally very similar to the FX-880P but without the program library and with 16kb of memory rather than 32kb.
This PowerBook G4 was purchased in 2001 in order to test the Java interface for the XploRe Quantlet Server. It was the first Apple of the Chair of Statistics and was used in a combination with the fist IPod.