you mean G3, not 603. G3s were a pretty nice processor when they were first released. I got a 233mhz G3 when they were first released in 1997 and that computer was faster than any other computer I could find. That processor really opened the door for the iMac's success. It was one of the few times when Apple computers were, without a doubt more powerful than any other PCs, and when they were at least on par with the price/dollar deal.yellow said:So what? That was a Pentium II versus a 603. Different story, different time, different technology, different propaganda.
I'm guessing the powerbook still gets you around $250. That's not bad for a 6 year old computer. Desktops prolly only get about $100.liketom said:wooooha check these prices lol
don't think i could afford any of them lol
i wonder how much they are worth now?
I don't believe Steve ever said all flash-based MP3 players were a waste of money. Do you have a link to when/where he said that? He has said (at MWSF 2004, when he introduced the iPod mini) that cheap (under $100) flash-based players don't hold enough songs to be useful and end up getting thrown in a drawer.killuminati said:Yea, well Steve is known to change his mind.
Remember when he said that flash music players were a waste of money?