Apple Computer Inc., headquartered in Cupertino, Calif., has dubbed its new laptop as the "iMac to Go." The iBook features 6-hour battery life, a 12.1-inch TFT display, a PowerPC G3 microprocessor, built-in 56K modem, CD-ROM drive, and 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet networking. An optional AirPort wireless internet networking feature allows cable-free access to the web. Other features include the iBook's durable, rubber-coated translucent enclosure, a pullout handle, a latch-free closing mechanism, and full-size keyboard. The iBook will be available in September at a starting price of $1,599. You'll have your choice of Blueberry or Tangerine.