Nope they are stock 17 inch Intel iMacs with 1 gig of RAM.iGary said:Are those the education iMacs?
What happens to the "old" iBooks?
Oh, so they are not going back - you are keeping all of them.Sharewaredemon said:Nope they are stock 17 inch Intel iMacs with 1 gig of RAM.
The old laptops get sent out as well, we just need to know which is which so I put old by them.
I'm serious - I have no idea how the education program works - I didn't know if Apple had a trade in program or what - I guess I wondered why all the eMacs were piled up, too. What do you do when you replace them?Sharewaredemon said:/sarcasm?
What would I do with 74 iBooks?
Sounds good, you don't mind the dirty ones do you?iGav said:Corr blimey...
I'll meet you round the back with a fistful of notes, I'll take a box full of them iBooks please.
There will be people on MR reading that and thinking...2nyRiggz said:why couldn't they have a mac program when I was in high school.
Actually... there will be some reading that and thinking...why couldn't they have had Macs when I was in high school.
why couldn't they have had computers when I was in high school.
We have like 4 PCs total in this office, those were the boxes for the two new ones we bought last year.dextertangocci said:What are those Dell boxes doing in the background of one of those photos