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Yay!!!!

just talked to me dad...

and he says that i maybe can have an iMac...

WOOFOO!!!!

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- It's like - he was got - they'd just like. It was like so hush hush. They were so... quiet about it. And then the next thing you know...
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That rules! Go for it!
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yup...


Coz... my [deleted] pc i [deleted] slow right now...... tried to run tweakxp 5 times froze all 5..... the only reason i've kept it is: Gamin' and school work.... (Office).....

but found out that office for mac is cheaper than it is for Pc (evil grin)

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There may be iMac G5 at WWDC I hope there is because I might get instead of a PowerMac

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...where do you get this money Graeme? Jesus...

But the new PowerMac's came out today, and I want one. Fricken A.
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I bought one absolute! And man is it NICE!!!! Im thinking about about buying the New G5 or waiting or the iMac G5 or buying another PB. And I get this money from my budget.
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GOD WHEN IS IT MY TURN TO GET A MAC???I NEED 1!!!CAN SOMEBODY GIVE ME FOR FREE????(prefered a G3)
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I would rather have a cube...


and i found one tell me if this one is good:

Dual 450 Mhz
• 20 GB HD
• 512 MB Ram
• Apple Pro- keyboard og optical Apple pro mouse
• those round speaker højtalerne

and a 15" studio display...

any good???

i can get it for (around) 1500$

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GOD WHEN IS IT MY TURN TO GET A MAC???I NEED 1!!!CAN SOMEBODY GIVE ME FOR FREE????(prefered a G3)
There are some very affordable Macs on eBay that would be great depending on what you plan to use them for. I just recently purchased a PowerMac G3 All-In-One, and while it isn't going to win any speed records or run Final Cut, it will be great for the internet and some word processing, which is all I need it for. It will also be fun to upgrade it over time as a hobby. Save for a few weeks, keep checking eBay, and you'll be all set.

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I would rather have a cube...


and i found one tell me if this one is good:

Dual 450 Mhz
• 20 GB HD
• 512 MB Ram
• Apple Pro- keyboard og optical Apple pro mouse
• those round speaker højtalerne

and a 15" studio display...

any good???

i can get it for (around) 1500$
Is the Studio Display an LCD, or the older CRT version?

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I would rather have a cube...


and i found one tell me if this one is good:

Dual 450 Mhz
• 20 GB HD
• 512 MB Ram
• Apple Pro- keyboard og optical Apple pro mouse
• those round speaker højtalerne

and a 15" studio display...

any good???

i can get it for (around) 1500$
Pretty nice, though I think 1500$ a tad much. FYI viewer, og = Danish for and
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Try to get it for 1000$... then it will be a bargaiN!
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no u c the prob is tat ma dad wont buy me one..he wont even give ma $100 to buy one..so i need some one to give me..
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no u c the prob is tat ma dad wont buy me one..he wont even give ma $100 to buy one..so i need some one to give me..
I bought a nice little iMac G3 Revision A, which is a 233MHz system with 96MB RAM and a 20gig HD (It was upgraded). The actual system cost me $53, with $49 shipping. It was a great deal. It works up there with my 2.6GHz Celeron and occasionaly is sluggish (as is my Windows system).

My point is, you can easily get a great deal as I did. If you put your mind to it, save the money, and go to eBay, it's quite simple.
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My point is, you can easily get a great deal as I did. If you put your mind to it, save the money, and go to eBay, it's quite simple.
Exactly. The PowerMac G3 All-In-One I just bought was $22 plus shipping. Save up a bit, and you'll be on your way to Mac ownership in no time.

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