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FS: iBook 700mhz 640MB Airport + Base



I have my iBook on eBay here and thought some users here might be looking for one. I was hoping to get 662 for shipping and the laptop and airport base. I just bought this but found out from my NCOIC that I have to have winodws XP Pro to run the programs for my school coming up so now I have to sell it. So help a guy out. I would love to keep it but I can't afford two laptops right now so I will be stuck with an evil system for 6 months.

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I could trade you a PowerMac G4 and a NEC 15 in flat-panel monitor I bought just this year, there goes half of your problem ;)


What type of airport base do you have.. would u consider selling it seperately?

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