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technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:34 PM
I think I may be getting ready to upgrade my system.

What I have:
Powerbook Titanium 1Ghz
Superdrive
1Gig Ram
64 megs Ati Card (9000?)
60 Gig Drive
Included Accessories:
boxed OS X Tiger
radtech sleeve
leather screen protector
bluetooth dongle
USB 2.0 pc card
original packaging
Microsoft bluetooth mouse
New (out of box) Epson R200 photo printer

Apple 22in Cinema Display w/ADC-DVI adapter
not sure if i have original packaging, but it's possible
comes with a nice ACME silver quilted screen cover.

both in WONDERFUL condition. the powerbook does have a few light scratches on the bottom case (which, being OCD, i freaked out about) but the rest of the book is in immaculate condition. could possibly throw in a nice LACIE 120gig external firewire.... the nice alunum one with the blue button.

I would like to get 1800-1900 for everything. what do you guys think?

any replies are appreciated.

technocoy.

doucy2
Sep 22, 2005, 08:35 PM
gosh its tempting how much for just the lcd or just the powerbook

homerjward
Sep 22, 2005, 08:36 PM
I think I may be getting ready to upgrade my system.

What I have:
Powerbook Titanium 1Ghz
Superdrive
1Gig Ram
64 megs Ati Card (9600?)
60 Gig Drive
Included Accessories:
boxed OS X Tiger
radtech sleeve
leather screen protector
bluetooth dongle
USB 2.0 pc card
original packaging
Microsoft bluetooth mouse
New (out of box) Epson R200 photo printer

Apple 22in Cinema Display w/ADC-DVI adapter
not sure if i have original packaging, but it's possible
comes with a nice ACME silver quilted screen cover.

both in WONDERFUL condition. the powerbook does have a few light scratches on the bottom case (which, being OCD, i freaked out about) but the rest of the book is in immaculate condition. could possibly throw in a nice LACIE 120gig external firewire.... the nice alunum one with the blue button.

I would like to get 1800-1900 for everything. what do you guys think?

any replies are appreciated.

technocoy.
from the adc-dvi adapter im guessing it's the adc version of that display? originally there was a dvi, and i was just curious. never heard of anyone who actually had the dvi version lol

rickvanr
Sep 22, 2005, 08:38 PM
Great computer, I have the same model, FYI its a ATI Radeon 9000 though.

technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:39 PM
oh if i can get 2100.00 I'll throw in a really nice (needs battery) original indigo iBook. he he. nice collectors piece. I also have LOTS of design software that could be an "option" or i could delete it.

technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:40 PM
Thanks for that correction! I've edited my original post :)

technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:42 PM
It's the ADC version...

As for splitting it up.... hmmm... I guess i could take 1150.00 for the powerbook and 700.00 for the display. don't know if I could part with the external lacie for that though... I would love to sell it all together, but I am open to splitting it up.

technocoy

technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:45 PM
i LOVE the Ti design, but it's just not cutting it as far as my 3D and Video stuff anymore. It does small stuff GREAT but my Maya and Final cut projects are getting a little crazy... he he he

technocoy
Sep 22, 2005, 08:47 PM
is i will need two days after selling to run to the apple store and get my new system and move everything over.

thanks for the replies all.