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    Anything neat I can do with a Beige G3
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    Anything neat I can do with a Beige G3
    I've got a Beige G3 that I bought last December to see if I really wanted to switch and I just bought a PowerBook today.

    Any suggestions for ways I could put it to use?

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    Anything neat I can do with a Beige G3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdiel
    I've got a Beige G3 that I bought last December to see if I really wanted to switch and I just bought a PowerBook today.

    Any suggestions for ways I could put it to use?
    What do you need?
    The old beiges are fast enough to use for e-mail or web-surf (if your patient). I know people who use them for file and print servers. They are old and slow, but every one I've come across still seems to work. You could always sell it.

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    Anything neat I can do with a Beige G3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdiel
    I've got a Beige G3 that I bought last December to see if I really wanted to switch and I just bought a PowerBook today.

    Any suggestions for ways I could put it to use?
    I use my Beige G3 All-In-One as a nice secondary machine. I over-clocked it to 315 MHz, upgraded the RAM and hard drive, and installed Panther on it, and it works great. I actually probably use it just as much as my far newer iBook.
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