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Old Apr 22, 2008, 12:35 PM   #1
OnTrack Studios
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Interested in purchasing iMac G4

I'm interested in picking up a G4 iMac on Ebay so I was wondering how well these perform. I'm currently using a MacBook Pro 2.16GHZ 1GB RAM. I use it mainly for graphic design and music production (Adobe Photoshop CS3/Illustrator/Pro Tools/Logic). What I wanted to do with the G4 was basically use it for general tasks such as internet browsing, some web-based graphic work, e-mail, office, etc.

I hate relying so much on my MacBook Pro...I want it to last as long as possible. I've had it a year now and no problems other than the battery going bad last week. So I figured getting a decent desktop system would be a good idea.

If you could recommend which processor speed, hard drive size, and RAM amount would be most suitable for my needs in the G4, I would appreciate it greatly!

Thank you!

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