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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by SkyBell, Dec 9, 2006.
Haha, no I'll think I keep my own
XD!!!! I'll take it for free.
Unless this is a joke which I hope it is, wrong forum. Should be in market place. ahahaha
DUDE , That's AWESOME.
I'd better go bid RIGHT AWAY so I don't get it "stolen" out from under me!!
I wonder if it will run Vista?
That laptop sounds pretty neat.
Can install 2 ISA cards, as well as a 5.25" CD-ROM drive.
Yes, it's a joke. Well, not really a joke. There IS somebody selling this, but it's not me.
Now that's stylin'!
Is that new, or used?
I guess it could be used as a big heavy door stop. I bet you would get a carpal tunnel syndrome with you keep typing on that thing.
I think it is used but I'm not sure since it isn't much thicker than some new ones that I've seen.
I would love use this at a starbucks.
It says in the description it's not new... But I find this hard to believe. Maybe they don't want people to know they're getting such a good deal.
8 mb RAM
500 meg hard drive.
I would hope that isn't new...
I'm still saving up for something more portable:
See, that's a clever play on words, that is.
Because everyone knows those Powerbook G4's are so yesterday.
Absolutely great for self-defense. Remember, there is no defense against common sense.
Oh we've got a machine similar to that, but it's IBM and a bit slimmer. Screen is bigger too. with an external "slider bar" for screen brightness. Floppy AND CD drive on it too. got it free off my cousin seeing that I bought his newer IBM laptop off him. from no laptops to 2 in one smooth move!
It's actually quite good. I love writing and doing very, very low level work on old machines.
I actually saw this in a newpaper company in monterrey mexico in a glass case. It was a little god in its day.
Ironically, that laptop is more expandable/upgradable than any Apple currently has on the market.
That's actually kinda cool.
OK... whew. *slowly shrinks boner*
My uncle has one kinda like that. Slightly newer, less than a quarter of an inch off of the thichness. Otherwise the same.
see they could have made a G5 powerbook