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Enter the serial number for your Mac below and press submit. You can find your serial number on a sticker on your Mac, or by going Apple Menu > About This Mac, then clicking the More Info button. This brings up System Profiler, and on the Hardware Overview that is displayed by default you should see your serial number, and be able to copy/paste it. You can also locate your Mac from its Model Identifier with our Model ID picker.

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PowerBook G3

PowerBook G3
Pismo

PowerBook G3 Pismo

The PowerBook G3 Pismo - aka the PowerBook FireWire - was the last of the G3 PowerBooks. It has a very similar case to the PowerBook G3 Lombard, with the same 14" screen and bronze keyboard. The Pismo was released in 400MHz and 500MHz configurations, the Lombard also has a 400MHz model.

The unique attribute of the Pismo in the PowerBook G3 range is the FireWire port on the back, which replaced the SCSI port on the Lombard.

PowerBook G3
Lombard

PowerBook G3 Lombard

The PowerBook G3 Lombard has a translucent-bronze keyboard, which distinguishes it from earlier PowerBooks. The case is almost identical to the subsequent PowerBook Pismo. The Lombard was released in 333MHz and 400MHz configurations, the Pismo was released at 400MHz and 500MHz.

The Lombard has a USB port (first PowerBook to do so), but unlike the Pismo it has an HDI30 SCSI port as opposed to FireWire on the later machine.

PowerBook G3
Wallstreet

PowerBook G3 Wallstreet

The PowerBook G3 Wallstreet was the first black PowerBook - earlier machines had been a charcoal colour.

The Wallstreet is all black, including the keyboard. There is a multi-coloured Apple logo above the keyboard.

The Wallstreet has the Apple legacy SCSI and Mac Serial connections, and does not have either USB or FireWire.

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