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Pismo latch
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aloner
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Join Date: Feb 2001
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Feb 2, 2001, 11:16 PM
 
The latch in my Pismo 500 looks and feels very fragile. Have you guys experienced any issues?.
Although I baby my PB, IŽll carry it around a lot and dont want to break it.
     
maxintosh
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Feb 2, 2001, 11:23 PM
 
There are more solid feeling things than the Pismo latch but it works just fine.

I kinda liked the Wallstreet latches, they went in with a nice resounding, *CLICK!* so you knew there were closed. The Pismo is more of a *tic* and not nearly as confident sounding.

Still, you get used to it, and it works well enough.

Maxintosh
     
jeromep
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Feb 5, 2001, 05:30 AM
 
The spring loaded button is very substantial. The latch looks small, but so long as you don't use a tire iron to open your computer it will last the life of the unit.

Do continue to baby your PowerBook and it will remain in fine shape for many years.
     
   
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