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First a G5, now a G4 ibook..........


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I got my new 1.8 G5 last week and I'm just loving it. So much that I just ordereda G4 ibook to go with my G5.
I love the interface, beats the crap out of windows.
I have airport extreme in both machines, and an Airport extreme base station, so I hope I can get them networked fairly easily.
I'll let you know when the G4 arrives.


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some people just have too much money! j/k Congrats...nice setup you're gonig to have!
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lol wow.. can never have to many macs... care to share the wealth? 2 macs so close together...
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I have airport extreme in both machines, and an Airport extreme base station, so I hope I can get them networked fairly easily.
Take it out of the box, switch it on, go to the Finder->Go->Connect option and it's pretty obvious from there.

I haven't messed with printers and stuff yet but from my G5 I can run games and application that live on my iMac with no problems at all.

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WOW!!!I want have a similar setup to, but as I just got my PB recently donít think Iíll be able to afford a G5 for a while.
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amen-moses! just me or have you been gone or not posting for a very long time! Welcome back! I hope you stick around!

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I will probably wait on buying a computer for another year or so.
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