FEELER: WTT Powerbook 876 for...

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  1. Sweetfeld28 macrumors 65816

    Sweetfeld28

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    I am currently thinking of trading my Powerbook 867 for either a 20" Cinema Display [the older style not the aluminum, but it has the Silver Apple on the front]; or a Canon 20D body.

    If there is intrest, i will undate this posting with the full specs of my laptop tomorrow. I am at work right now, and won't get off until later tonight.


    ryan
     
  2. Sweetfeld28 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Update:

    I just bought a Canon 20D, and am loving it. But still wanting to get a 20" ADC monitor with the Silver Apple on the front.
     
  3. DMPDX macrumors 6502

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    You wouldnt want to trade this for a custom built pc would you?
     
  4. Sweetfeld28 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Honestly, I have been a Mac user since grade school, and now wouldn't be the time to change over to the Dark Side. :D

    But thanks for asking. ryan
     
  5. 4JNA macrumors 68000

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    interest. specs/pics please!
     
  6. Sweetfeld28 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    The Powerbook is an 867 MHz G4, Aluminum powerbook. I also would pack this in its original box, inside another box, for shipping purposes.

    1. Memory -- 128MB [built-in], another stick of 512MB DDR = 640MB

    2. Bluetooth

    3. 40GB HD

    4. Combo Drive

    5. Airport Express card

    6. nVidia GeForce4 MX 32MB [graphics card]

    Display:

    It has no dead pixels, or discoloration, and no dents.

    Software:

    Currently running: Mac OS X 10.4.6, iLife 06, Office 2004, iWork Suite, and Adobe CS2.


    Battery: The battery holds a great charge still, on average holds about four or five hours. This battery is also not effected by the recent recall.


    Dings/Scratches/Dents:

    The exterior has no scratches, or dents. However, the original owner did scratch the right palmrest, and the aluminum color looks like it had become worn down. Ithink this is do to normal wear though, except for the scratch.

    I will post pictures of this when i get off work tonight.
     
  7. Sweetfeld28 thread starter macrumors 65816

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  10. Jbook macrumors member

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    That was my first mac.... oh the memories. What a great little computer. I was recently contemplating buying an old one just for web browsing/music/photos, but the prices scared me away. Ill keep an eye on your auction ;)
     
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    Didn't leave a very big window of opportunity for people here on MR, did you? ;)

    Nice laptop though...it's a shame Apple killed the 12" line.
     

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