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    Pictures of the G3 All-In-One
    After extensive searching, I've come to the disappointing conclusion that there is not a single picture of a blue and white Power Mac G3 All-In-One anywhere on the internet. Can anybody find one?

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    No. That's an iMac. I mean this:
    http://www.macnetic.net/images/g3_all_inone.jpg
    But with a blue and white case.

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    I didn't even know they made such a thing.

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    I'm about 98% sure they did. If you do a Google search for it, you'll get some results.

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    The only blue and white Power Macintosh G3 that I know of are the towers models with matching monitors.

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    no i think hes right, i remember n grade school the secretary had one that had blue on the top and sides, had Zip and floppy
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    Look at THIS.


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    Well.. the all in one G3s are pretty limited...

    but is this it?
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    You didn't click my link in my last post, did you Graphite.....


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    There were no B&W AIO G3's.
    They were only made for a short time, and only available for sale to schools. When the iMac was released, the AIO was almost imediately taken out of production.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    There were no B&W AIO G3's.
    They were only made for a short time, and only available for sale to schools. When the iMac was released, the AIO was almost imediately taken out of production.
    That's correct. The AIO is one of the shortest production lines Apple ever produced, only for a couple of months, and not for all markets.

    And it wasn't Blue & White, but all beige. :cool:

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    They did make them in blue and white. Like MadSkillzMan, I too remembered it from school. There were like three of them in the computer lab. I've been to apple-history.com, and as with every other site, they only have a picture of the beige one there. I can't even find a decent picture of the beige one. The one on apple-history.com is actually like the biggest one I could find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamindaines
    That looks just like the old iMacs that are actually sitting across the way from me.

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    Like D3v1L80Y & Avalon stated, there was no Mac called the PowerMac AIO B&W. If there was some limited production model I have never seen it. Still it would have not been called that. There is only one computer called the B&W G3 and that is the PowerMac Tower.

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