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Old Sep 17, 2009, 03:11 PM   #1
damianmtc
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Talking Ibook G4 199, a good deal or saving for a while and getting a macbook

Hey guys,

I have a samsung NC10 netbook at the moment and love the size and portability. I don't use anything power intensive, its mainly web browsing, facebook games, youtube and occasional word/powerpoint. My girlfriend keeps pinching the samsung to play facebook games on and then i'm stuck browsing the web on my iphone. I was gonna get another netbook but I fancy a mac. After looking round on ebay I found these:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=140344554075

specs look ok to me for what i need and for 199.99 thats juat as cheap if not cheaper than most netbooks but what do you guys think? I only had a budget of around 200-250 so these fit well but I suppose I could wait a couple of months and get an early macbook for around 400 if its gonna make a big diff.

Thanks for your opinions

Damian
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