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WTH is this?


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jerodhusvar
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I just found the weirdest thing on eBay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...132403857&rd=1

Anyone seen the likes of this before? It has an Apple logo on it, and it appears to be running OS X, but I've never seen such a beast before.

So... WTH is it?

jjh
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Ryanstech
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The old all-in-one G3's. Yeah they are beasts, they made a few differen't variations of it. OS X is a hog on those bad boys.
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The old all-in-one G3's. Yeah they are beasts, they made a few differen't variations of it. OS X is a hog on those bad boys.
It's pretty cool looking. I wish I had $100 to spare on a "toy" right now. It'd be neat to have one of those.

jjh
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It's pretty cool looking. I wish I had $100 to spare on a "toy" right now. It'd be neat to have one of those.

jjh
Hear hear! Man that would rule! What a classic!
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MMM.... Strawberries....*Drools.*
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The old all-in-one G3's. Yeah they are beasts, they made a few differen't variations of it. OS X is a hog on those bad boys.
Yep. Most G3 AIO's were only available to schools and other education customers (not even individual education). Very similar to the old Power Macintosh 5400s etc, but with a G3, and a slightly smaller case, and floppy & Zip & (usually) CD-ROM....I know, because about 5 years back, they were brand new, and so our school got an @$$-load of them!

That is, of course, before our d@m|\| school system changed to all PC....gahhhh! Except in the older schools (they're phasing out slowly)....
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