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Cara    0

I thought I had posted this already. ;) Must be going insane...

15" LCD iMac (Snow)

G4-800mhz

1024MB RAM

60GB Hard Drive

Super Drive

Apple Pro Speakers

Apple Pro Keyboard/Mouse Combo

OS X (10.2.3)

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Kemistry    0

Hello, It arrived last night and here are the specs

17" LCD iMac

G4-800Mhz

512MB RAM (another 512 arriving new year)

80GB Hard Drive

Super Drive

Apple Pro Speakers

Apple Pro Keyboard/Mouse Combo

OS X (10.2.3)

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sacrecow    0

My iBook is somewhere over the Pacific Ocean right now.

This will be my first Mac

iBook

12.1"

800MHz G3

640 MB RAM

40GB HD

Combo Drive

ATI Radeon 7500 Mobility

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DigitalFreedom    0

i am going to have on christmas a

Model

iBook 2002

Specs

G3 700

12.1 screen

256mb RAM

DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive

20gb HD

OS

Jaguar 10.2.1

:D

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epec254    0

#1 powerbook g4

1ghz (g4)

1gb RAM

60gb

combo drive (didn't want to pay extra and wait for the super drive)

os 10.2.3

#2 imac g3 graphite

g3 400mhz

192mb ram

12gb hdd

os 10.2.1 server (soon to be 10.2.3 server)

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Island Roots    0

  • iBook 800MHz G3
  • 12.1" Screen
  • 640MB RAM
  • Combo Drive
  • 30GB HDD

It runs like a dream :D

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h0ax    0

model

power mac

specs

g4 733

320 mb ram

cd-rw drive

os

mac os x 10.2.3

:ninja:

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giantsnyy2002    0
model

power mac

specs

g4 733

320 mb ram

cd-rw drive

os

mac os x 10.2.3

:ninja:

hoax... if i were you, and i had around, $150-160, i'd go to best buy, and buy 2x512MB SDRAM for that mac. OS X 10.2.3 is ram hungry, and the more u give it, the better it runs.

Oh, and i plan on getting an iBook when i can get an extra 1100 bucks

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h0ax    0
hoax... if i were you, and i had around, $150-160, i'd go to best buy, and buy 2x512MB SDRAM for that mac.  OS X 10.2.3 is ram hungry, and the more u give it, the better it runs.  

Oh, and i plan on getting an iBook when i can get an extra 1100 bucks

hehe, tried to edit my post but there was no way to do it (the edit button is gone for me) :wacko: i put in some more sdram so now i have 640 mb... hope that's enough.

btw, i don't have any $$$... only swedish 'kronor'... :D

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dmd3x    1

Wish I had enough money for a Mac. Right now I am stuck with x86 and Linux.

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grpwise    0

Emac

700MHZ G4

1024mb RAM

40gb HD

Combo Drive

10.2.3

Ibook

600MHZ G3

320mb RAM

30gb HD

Combo Drive

10.2.3

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Nautica    0

iBook

800mhz

128mb sdram ( anyone know where I can order more for cheap in canada?)

cdrw/dvd

12.1" screen

5gb iPod

.mac for 1 year at least ( kinda feel ripped off 100 a year, wtf )

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blixkin    0

iBook late 2002

600mhz G3

20GB

256mb ram

dvd/cdrw combo drive

12" screen

i <3 my mactop

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yg17    0

In a couple weeks Im getting a Mac.

Its a used G3 500MHz, but in a couple months I'll put in the fastest G4 upgrade card I can get so its as good as new. It comes with 384 megs RAM, Ill be upgrading that too

and its got OSX 10.2.3

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Chad    0

bump (re-sticky?)

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xmr    0

Powerbook 12"

867Mhz G4

256MB DDR

60gig hdd

Airport Extreme card

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shark1    0

Powerbook 12"

867Mhz G4

640MB DDR

60gig hdd

Airport Extreme card

I Love it! I got it a few days ago, i don't know much about MAC, i'm a switcher hehe

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Steve    2
Powerbook 12"

867Mhz G4

640MB DDR

60gig hdd

Airport Extreme card

I Love it! I got it a few days ago, i don't know much about MAC, i'm a switcher hehe

One of the first things u might pickup, is the amount of people who will pick up, on u using "MAC", as opposed to just "Mac"! ;)

Enjoy ya PowerBook Buddy! ;)

NeYo :laugh:

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Tiger.Girl    1

14" iBook

800MHz PowerPC G3

512K L2 cache @800MHz

256MB SDRAM memory

30GB Ultra ATA drive

ATI Radeon 7500

Combo Drive

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frod    0

uh oh, another girl? better watch out for the rabid male compugeeks

welcome to the community ;)

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Cara    0

Been a while since I posted here. ;)

Welcome to the family all of you new Mac Users! :)

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Cowpie    0

iMac - 17 inch FP

1 Ghz

256 DDR

80 GB HD

Geforce 4 MX

Superdrive

-Bluetooth

Switcher ;)

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Steve    2
iMac - 17 inch FP

1 Ghz

256 DDR

80 GB HD

Geforce 4 MX

Superdrive

-Bluetooth

Switcher ;)

Sweet! The computer i almost bought! ...How do u find it?

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KingChris    0

The second mac in my house

Quick Silver

# PowerPC 7450 867 MHz

# 256mb Memory

# 60gb 7200 Hard Disk

# Internal Zip250

# CD-RW / DVD Combo Drive

# GeForce2 MX Graphics Card with 32MB SDRAM

# 2 x Firewire Ports

# 10/100/1000 Base-T Network Interface

# 56.6 V.90 Internal Modem

# 16 bit Stereo Sound with Built-in Speaker

# Built-in Digital Amplifier

# Built-in Harman/Kardon Speaker

Will up to 512mb with ram lying around the house.

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kairon    0

Brand new iMac 1 ghz

512 MB RAM

Geforce 4 MX

17' monitor

80 gig superdrive

OS X 10.1.2.*

Ordering it tomorrow, I'm very excited. It's about 1,800 dollars.

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