12-12-2005, 02:50 AM #1
Amazon.com iBook deal a sign of impending replacement?
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- Mar 03, 2005
Amazon.com has, at least to me, an unusually good sale on iBooks.
$900 - $100 mail-in rebate on the normally $1000 model ($950 educational price)... plus they throw in a free after-rebate mighty mouse.
Is this a sign of oversupply of iBooks, a sign of soon-to-come replacement leaving Amazon trying to clear out their stock, or is this not that unusual for a holiday sale?
12-12-2005, 03:45 AM #2
There is nothing shocking or extraordinary about that deal. I would say that you are reading into it just a wee bit too much. :black:__________________________________________________
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12-13-2005, 11:25 PM #3
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Deal is dead. No more extra $100 off.Mac mini's:
email@example.comGHz|1GB|40GB|8x DVD+/-RW DL|AX+BT
firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz|1GB|80GB|8x DVD+/-RW DL|AX+BT
iBook 12":1.33GHz|1.5GB|80GB|8x DVD+/-RW DL|AX+BT
iMac Core Duo 17":1.83GHz|1.5GB|160GB
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