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I have finally put an ibook on order


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Yes! I went to an authorised apple reseller in melbourne.... and put my ibook on order! Oh joy of joys! I just hope it doesnt take too long to arrive

ibook 12" 1.2 768ram 60gig hdd airport extreme bluetooth

I am a ver very happy switcher
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