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Topic # 64271 12-Jul-2010 14:25

Hey guys!

I have an Apple iMac G4 17" LCD (the 'lampshade' style, so cool!) available circa 2003. It runs pretty sweet, and has the following specs:

- Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (with original discs, only installed once!)
- 1Ghz PowerPC Processor
- 2GB RAM
- 250GB HDD
- 17" Wide TFT Screen (1440x900)
- Airport Extreme card installed!
- Apple Aluminium Bluetooth Keyboard*
- Logitech White Bluetooth Mouse*

*Please note Bluetooth module not included.

In working order, no warranty, PM with offers!


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  Reply # 351495 14-Jul-2010 17:26

*bump*

Just a note; offers is being used quite losely here, PM with anything. You might be pleasantly surprised!

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  Reply # 351853 15-Jul-2010 13:20
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Where are you located?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 351983 15-Jul-2010 16:42

Aro Valley in Wellington bro =]

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  Reply # 352013 15-Jul-2010 17:40
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I wish I know how to do hardware modification, and perhaps find a way to squeeze Intel Mac Motherboard into it... Hmm..

I think the Lampshade iMac was the best! (But I also think G4 Cube was awesome too)




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  Reply # 352663 17-Jul-2010 14:02
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Woah never scene a mac like that, hehe that's awesome.

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