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k well
i have a powerbook g4
and i reallllly want a mac that has a built in cam

so who wants to help me find the cheapest mac that has a built in cam?

i don't care if its pre-owned...
i don't care if it's refurbished

whatever is the cheapest
laptop or desktop
whatever
haha


basically if it has a cam in it
under $700
and its a mac
ill take it
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k well
i have a powerbook g4
and i reallllly want a mac that has a built in cam

so who wants to help me find the cheapest mac that has a built in cam?

i don't care if its pre-owned...
i don't care if it's refurbished

whatever is the cheapest
laptop or desktop
whatever
haha


basically if it has a cam in it
under $700
and its a mac
ill take it

Well I think the perfect computer for you would be a 1.8GHz Macbook. I see them sell for $700-800 all the time on ebay.
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check ebay or craigs.... but beware of scams....

and when you buy used, you are taking a risk of buying something that is broke.

I would check your local newspaper classifieds, or perhaps the local community college... may find someone selling one cheap there. Deal with people in person and cash only to avoid online scams.
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check ebay or craigs.... but beware of scams....

and when you buy used, you are taking a risk of buying something that is broke.

I would check your local newspaper classifieds, or perhaps the local community college... may find someone selling one cheap there. Deal with people in person and cash only to avoid online scams.
Well if the person has 99-100% feedback, then you really don't have to worry about scams on ebay.
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Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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