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Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by applefan1997, Sep 19, 2010.
Yes, A brand new, in-box Cube!
It's a 450MHz model. They want $400. Is it really worth that much?
Depends on how much someone is willing to pay for it. If someone buys it... then yes, it is worth $400 to them.
I have one (in a box too). If you have the spare income, yes.
Mine came with a 17" ADC LCD (also in box). Paid AUD$414
If I really wanted one - I'd pay it. I've had a Cube before, so it's not all that interesting to me these days. But a machine that I desired that was new-in-box? Sure.
I'm guessing it seems fair, considering most used examples are fetching $200 or so. Who knows, it just might explode in value eventually, but at the moment I don't think I'll plunk the dough for it ;p.
I guess - new in sealed box (or maybe open box but never used, all other contents sealed).
They are going for at most $150 on ebay. There is one with an old cinema display for $175. http://cgi.ebay.com/Apple-Powermac-G4-Cube-450MHz-768MB-AP-Cinema-Display-/110588036123?pt=Apple_Desktops&hash=item19bf8f841b
Yes $400 is way too much. You could get a dual G5 for $400. And, they aren't that cool anyway.
Its an esquisite time in history. Plastic issues where known but not dire.
I always wanted one of these
that is until the Mac Mini debuted - bought that instead.
Man I loved my cube when I had it. I'm half tempted to head down to this place and buy this as they are local.
I wouldn't pay 400 though. Buy a cheap one and there are tons of upgrades.
Exactly. Cube isn't TAM
Probably worth it for $400 if i's BRAND NEW in a SEALED box.
Yeah, maybe in 15 years if they wanted to save it to sell it later as a collectors item. But as old as it is, buying it for more in a sealed box so you can use it @ +250% the going rate of a used one is dumb.