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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Just bought a 600 Mhz iBook G3


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My what a nice little computer this is. It's taking over my mobile duty so I can replace my 1.5 Ghz PowerBook with a 20" iMac. I got it for $500 and it came with Airport, DVD-ROM drive, 640 MB of RAM, and Panther discs. Heck of a deal, I think. This is more than good enough for basic web browsing and email....and I'll soon have a gorgeous 20" iMac for anything heavier duty.
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