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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

I just bought an iMac and iBook!!


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Wow, what a rush

I just bought a stock iBook (ordered 1GB stick of ram from newegg) and i stock iMac G5 with SD. I can't wait for these thing to get here.

The only downside is that i have to pay the parents back and...well...i will be broke after this purchase.

But hey, i have two brand new Apple computers coming. Can't wait!!!

*continues to check every 15 min to see if they have shipped*
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Congrats but why the rush, the iBook for school or something...???
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yeah the iBook is for school.

The rush becasue i just spent a lot of money...that i won't have any more. Now i am depressed just thinking about it
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Congrats on it man! You're gonna love that set up!
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Congrats on your new systems. I know what you mean, when I buy something, i want it now. I don't like to wait for it to arrive.

Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!
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Why buy two computers at the same time.

Don't get me wrong I wouldnt complain but just seems a bit excessive when you say you have no cash.

But good on you, i am more than a little envious
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why didnt you just get a PowerBook???

but still.. coool beans :p

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- It's like - he was got - they'd just like. It was like so hush hush. They were so... quiet about it. And then the next thing you know...
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why didnt you just get a PowerBook???

but still.. coool beans :p
I was considering getting just the powerbook. But with the supposed updates and the fact that when i sell the iPod minis and stuff i will come out to about the same price as i would have paid for the one powerbook.

The iBook will be used for notes and taking to school while the G5 will be the home computer that my grandmother will also use. Hence the reason i ordered two computers instead of just one.
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Thats a lot of Apple. Which will you open first?...assuming they arrive on the same day.
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cool

iWant an iBook!!! Cuz ihave a iMac!!

iGet it Do you?
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cool

iWant an iBook!!! Cuz ihave a iMac!!

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HA, nice.
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Thats a lot of Apple. Which will you open first?...assuming they arrive on the same day.
I will probably go for the iBook first becasue i already now what the iMac can do. Have one at home as the family computer.

Now the onyl thing left to do i figure out how to get the DSL up to my room
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Now the onyl thing left to do i figure out how to get the DSL up to my room
They both have built in wireless so you should be good to go.
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They both have built in wireless so you should be good to go.
...that is if he already has a wireless router.

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...that is if he already has a wireless router.
True, even if he doesn't have one they are really cheap.
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