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Being new to Apple and the Mac I am curious to find out what everyone's first Apple product was. Either something you bought yourself, someone bought for you or perhaps got a chance to see at a friends house. Go back as far as you want. Since many products exist post what model you had.

For me its an Intel Mac mini.
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Well i voted iPod, as it was my first, but you left out tons of pre 2nd coming of Jobs things like QuikeTake ,old Macs, G4 Cube ect.

Also how do you have a 1.83Ghz Mac Mini? upgrade your self?
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It is the iPod, i just bought it about 1 month ago and fell in love with Apple products.

Apple products (especially iMac) Its addictive.
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in my case it was a Mac Plus so I voted Macintosh as that best covers it.
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Well i voted iPod, as it was my first, but you left out tons of pre 2nd coming of Jobs things like QuikeTake ,old Macs, G4 Cube ect.

Also how do you have a 1.83Ghz Mac Mini? upgrade your self?
so many products exist that i wasn't able to fit them in and a couple I am not famaliar with like Quicktake and the G4 Cube (sorry just recently switched). but good point. If you dont see it listed post your first Apple product and model.

Sorry, i meant to put 1.66ghz. changing profile now. I was thinking of my wifes Macbook.
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It is the iPod, i just bought it about 1 month ago and fell in love with Apple products.

Apple products (especially iMac) Its addictive.
Yes they are. I love the mini but i hear the 20" iMac calling my name whenever i am in the mall and pass by the Apple store. In fact I am heading over tomorrow to get some things and I'm sure it will be calling me over.
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Yes they are. I love the mini but i hear the 20" iMac calling my name whenever i am in the mall and pass by the Apple store. In fact I am heading over tomorrow to get some things and I'm sure it will be calling me over.
yep, you will probably pick one up thinking you need to spend the leftover money you have. I have heard its a awesome machine. Pick one up if you can.

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so many products exist that i wasn't able to fit them in and a couple I am not famaliar with like Quicktake and the G4 Cube (sorry just recently switched). .

So true, Apple has had TONs of products, the G4 Cube was a small cut down PowerMac at the time, it did not sell well, but is a true collector's item today, and it has man dedicated fans. The Quicktake was Apple digital camera line(Jobs killed it off when he came back in 1997) it was one of the early digitcal cameras on the market
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yep, you will probably pick one up thinking you need to spend the leftover money you have. I have heard its a awesome machine. Pick one up if you can.

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If I come back with a 20" iMac tomorrow i'm going to have to put the blame on you. LOL

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So true, Apple has had TONs of products, the G4 Cube was a small cut down PowerMac at the time, it did not sell well, but is a true collector's item today, and it has man dedicated fans.
I just did a google search on it and when i saw some pics i remembered seeing it briefly on the market. That was a while ago wasn't it?
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iPod 3rd gen 20 gigabytes.

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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1. ipod mini
2. ipod video
3. mac mini
4. macbook pro

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1. Ian Iachimoe the Power Mac G4
2. Lucy the iPod
3. Madamoiselle Kitty the iBook G4

That is all... for now... :flower:

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If I come back with a 20" iMac tomorrow i'm going to have to put the blame on you. LOL
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1. ipod mini
2. ipod video
3. mac mini
4. macbook pro

holy cow!! all of that at the same time!! :confused:
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