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Friend is willing to sell his used Ti book for 1800 with 4 year warranty.... guys think its worth it?
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I all ready have one, but you may want to give a description of the powerbook. How much memory, how fast is the processor, what is the size of the internal disk drive, and what type of optical drive is installed?

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Even if it's the latest model Titanium before they discontinued it in favor of the aluminum models, $1800 is too much. Heck, for $2000 (which is Apple's price, you may find lower elsewhere) you can get a 15" Powerbook with a 1.33Ghz processor. You won't get a 4 year warranty, but I think the extra power of the new PB offsets that.
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Even if it's the latest model Titanium before they discontinued it in favor of the aluminum models, $1800 is too much. Heck, for $2000 (which is Apple's price, you may find lower elsewhere) you can get a 15" Powerbook with a 1.33Ghz processor. You won't get a 4 year warranty, but I think the extra power of the new PB offsets that.
Thanks... I just realized that too... I think I'm gonna get the 12" iBook w/airport card and then up the ram some other day...
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Thanks... I just realized that too... I think I'm gonna get the 12" iBook w/airport card and then up the ram some other day...
A wise decision, grasshopper.
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