Old Macs

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by eyoungren, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. eyoungren macrumors P6

    eyoungren

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    Two years before I joined here. :D

    Only Mac I owned then, 15.1" PowerBook G4/400mhz, 512mb ram, 60GB HD (specs as it was then).

    This Mac died twice and is now in pieces in my garage except for the screen which is currently attached to my son's Titanium DVI.

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  2. Algus macrumors regular

    Algus

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    This guy still works but I don't hook him up to much anymore. Easier to just run Basilisk II on my Mac mini. He stays on my desk though!

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  3. redhatcode29, Jan 8, 2016
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    redhatcode29 macrumors 6502

    redhatcode29

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    17" Crt Studio Display ! Beside it, is a current day 17" lcd !


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  4. 996085 macrumors 6502

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    Oh how I remember the days at work when someone with a 21" CRT monitor left the company and everyone jumped on it before they were out the door. Now you can't give them away (and 21" is considered too small)!
     
  5. Hack5190 macrumors 6502a

    Hack5190

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    How true, in fact my local e-recycler takes electronics for free but charges for CRT based items. As Bob Dylan said, "Your old road is rapidly agin" ... "For the times they are a-changin".
     
  6. 128keaton macrumors 68020

    128keaton

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    I have a Performa 550 that I like. Its falling apart, but the history of the machine is incredible. It had the same owner from childhood to business owner.
     
  7. bobesch macrumors 6502a

    bobesch

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    Those CRTs (iMacs and displays) are somehow interesting to look at but on the other hand they are mekonl.jpg a burden...
     
  8. SkyBell macrumors 604

    SkyBell

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    Here's images taken in 2008 from a Moto RAZR I had at the time showing my old Mac collection. :)

    iMac G3, Apple IIc, Mac mini, Macintosh Classic
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    iBook G3 Clamshell, 12" iBook G3 Snow, 12" iBook G4
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    I've also had another iMac G3 since then, and I have a 12" PowerBook G4 as well.
     
  9. bse5150, Jan 10, 2016
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    bse5150 macrumors 6502

    bse5150

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    I have a Quadra 605 and a Quadra 700. As far as PPC Macs go, I have a Mac Mini G4 and a beige G3 desktop. And Intel Macs, I have a Mac Mini Core Duo, a 2011 MacBook Pro, and a 2014 MacBook Air. That's every Mac I have.

    Macs I've had: Classic II, LC, LC III, LC575, Color Classic, SE/30, Performa 5200, 7200/90, 7300/200, 9500/150, Bondi iMac G3.
     
  10. bunnspecial macrumors 603

    bunnspecial

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    Several months ago, I was desperately hunting for "The" Apple 21" CRT(the counterpart to the one pictured above). I actually was offered several for free "if you come and get it." Most 21" CRTs are heavy, but at 77lbs the Apple one is among the heaviest plus is very "slippery."

    Ultimately, I found one on Craigslist at a graphics design firm about 20 minutes away. They had an Apple "Collection" up for $1500, but I spotted the CRT and shot them a $50 offer for it. I ended up walking away with the display along with an acrylic studio, a Yikes!, a Sawtooth, a dual 1.25 MDD, and a big pile of software for $150. I was happy :)

    I really wanted a "blueberry" 21" but given how hard they are to find these days, I was more than happy to get a graphite(as far as I know they're identical save for the plastic color). I do have the 17" in both blueberry and graphite.
     

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