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worth getting 7yr old mac?

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Rahul    0

man id pay ya , 20$ if you could ship 1 of em to me , but dude , could you just describe the machine in some detail , i mean the looks & specifications , apart from that its a steal to get an intro a totally new system .

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Max    52

I would buy it for $10, use it + try and upgrade it with what I have available and sell it for $25 on eBay probably.

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frease    1

It's only 10 bucks andyou can get a feel of Mac. Buy it :yes:

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Rudy    457

not worth it, it will just sit there and you wont even use it, if you want to try an older mac system, get an emulator, it can emulate upto MacOS 8 (well pearpc can do macosx)

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Rahul    0

what abt the hardware , how does it look , if its good looking , you can keep it in your room as an artifact .........

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thekore    0

I got a 128k Macintosh from my school for nothing... it ran OS2

Specs;

8MHz PPC

8MHz Bus Speed

128k RAM

I still have it only i need a power cable / keyboard / and mouse for it to be usable

What you are talking about i think will be either a Performa Or a Power Macintosh 6100... i'd say go for it it may run slowly and old software but the above examples, if it is one of them will run OS9.1 so if you get the cd;s you can have quite a good learning experience and for $10 you really cant complain. :D

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