FS: 17" iMac G4 (UK)

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by mrjamin, Jul 27, 2005.

  1. mrjamin macrumors 65816


    Feb 6, 2003
    We're selling a iMac G4 1GHz.


    17" LCD Screen,
    Apple Pro Mouse, Pro Bluetooth Keyboard (brand new & unused), Pro Speakers,
    Microsoft Intellimouse pro (blue),
    768MB RAM,
    Airport Extreme card (802.11b/11g wireless networking),
    Bluetooth Module,
    Superdrive (CDRW + DVD-RW),
    Keyspan Express Remote Control (worth £40)

    This model features: 10/100 Ethernet, 2x Firewire ports, 3x USB ports and an internal modem

    Comes loaded with:
    Mac OS X Tiger and iLife 2005 preinstalled

    Will also give you retail boxed copy of Mac OS X Panther (5 user license pack)

    Machine is covered by AppleCare extended warranty (plus telephone support) until the end of March 2006!

    The iMac is currently away for a service as the superdrive was playing up. Apple service is second to none, and they're giving it a full once-over, so when you get it, it'll look and feel like brand new. It'll be back within the next week or so. Still got the original box and everything that came in it.

    A superb machine, well looked after. Its being sold because we've recently got married and don't need a second mac.

    Get in touch if you're interested! Located in Reading, just down by junction 11 of the M4 - takes about 25-30 minutes from the M25.

    Price is £600 - which is a little higher than the going rate, but you're getting AppleCare, a remote control and a bluetooth keyboard for the extra.
  2. j@yri¢hi£ macrumors member


    Nov 1, 2005
    California Pennsylvania
    would you be willing to part with the bluetooth module and remote seperately?
  3. Atlasland macrumors 6502

    Aug 20, 2005
    London, UK
    That is very, very expensive for the sytem your offering, seeing as how for £200 more you could get a iMac G5, possibly 20" RevA/B on eBay.
  4. denial macrumors regular

    Jun 3, 2005
    Agree with the above. Not trying to thread crap but it is also somewhat higher than ebay uk prices. I know Applecare is a bonus but that runs out in March (as you state). Think you might need to reconsider the price somewhat.

    And for your information PC World (UK) were selling off the Rev "A" imac g5's that they had leftover in stock at £639.99 (reduced from £899). Check out the site or go down to your nearest store (also reductions on the Rev "b" imac g5's.

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