Powerbook G4 667 DVI 512MB/30GB/Airport

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by keltorsori, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. macrumors regular

    Jul 24, 2002
    Thanks to the wonders of idiots on *bay I am once again the proud owner of my former Powerbook G4 15.2in 667 DVI machine. I sold this about 1.5 months ago but the guy decided he didn't like it's condition (even though I was very upfront about it in the auction including pictures) and sent it back.

    The machine works fine, the LCD was recently replaced. The paint is not chipping as is often the case with these, however there are a few cosmetic issues. First, there is a small dent on the top of the LCD case, this was from me breaking the LCD the first time (hence the replacement), for the most part I never notice it and had a hard time getting it to show up in a photo. Some of the keys on the keyboard are starting to fade (the paint on them is wearing off), and there are a few small hairline scratches here and there. It is also possible that one of the hinges may need to be re-set (one of the pins may have not been fully re-inserted), but it seems to be only a cosmetic issue as the screen and everything about it work fine and it holds up the screen peachy-like. Even if the hinges did need to be replaced, new Apple service parts can be found for around $50 or so.

    First $850 takes it.

    Features are:
    PowerPC G4 667mhz
    512 MB PC133 RAM
    15.2 Inch LCD
    30 GB HD
    DVD/CD-RW Combo drive
    Airport card installed
    DVI video out/S-Video out
    Stereo sound in/out
    2 USB 1.1 ports
    1 Firewire 400 port
    10/100/1000 (gigabit) Ethernet
    56k modem

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    Again, the machine works great, I ran a merseme prime sieve on it for the last couple of days to stress test it again. I will never sell anything to eBay twits again. Beer under keltorsori.

  2. macrumors newbie

    Aug 16, 2004
    If you are still selling this...what is the best price for it?

  3. thread starter macrumors regular

    Jul 24, 2002
    It ended up going belly up. I parted it out and sold it on Ars. Thanks anyway.

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