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    PowerMac G4 on Ebay
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    PowerMac G4 on Ebay
    I found a PowerMac G4 on ebay with and was wondering what is the most I should pay for it. Here is what is included with the auction:

    You are bidding on a used Apple Powermac G4 Dual 867 computer. This machine has been used in a non-smoking home and is in very good condition. It was primarily used for video editing and photo library management. It did a wonderful job completing these assignments. Also included in the auction are OSX 10.2 and 10.3, a VGA converter for the use of a 15pin monitor, and iLife 05. The computer ships with 4 hard drives and a 5-port USB2 card. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.



    Specifications:

    Processor Dual G4 867mhz

    Memory 1 GB PC2100 RAM

    Hard Drives (1) 60GB, (1) 80GB, (1) 120GB, (1) 160GB (420GB Total disk capacity)

    Operating System OS X 10.3 Panther (also includes original 10.2 Jaguar CDs)

    Optical Drive Superdrive (DVD-R and CD-RW)

    USB Ports 2 rear, 2 keyboard, 5-port Adaptec PCI Card (9 total)

    Firewire Ports 2 rear

    Apple Pro Keyboard

    Apple Pro Mouse

    1 DVI Port, 1 ADC Port



    Mac OS X 10.3 Panther

    Apple iLife '05 (Mac)
    Aluminum MacBook 2.4ghz 4GB RAM,Black iPod Nano 8GB,Black 30GB iPod, 16GB Black 3G iPhone

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    PowerMac G4 on Ebay
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    Well, if it was completely stock I would say no more than $500 tops. However, it does have some nice additions to it. The SuperDrive, the Gig of RAM, the added HD space and the extra USB ports are a nice upgrade. With all of those added, I would say that $700 to $800 would be a much fairer price.
    What needs to be realized here is that you are still bidding on an almost 5 year old computer. If the bidding goes much higher than $800, it would be ludicrous to pay that much. A much faster, brand new system with a full manufacturer warranty could be had for that amount, and if HD space was the case, you can always get an external drive.
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