Last weekend, I got an early 2006 MacBook, the 1,1, for $10 CAD. Out of curiosity, I fired it up when I got home since I got it without a charger. The thing had no HDD so I put my 1tb drive in it since it was my spare, then installed Leopard onto it. The battery was surprising, since it only had 189 cycles when I booted it. Original, too. I could get 3 hours of battery life out of it on Better Battery Life mode. Then, I thought "what would it be like to main this MacBook for a week?" and then I did it: mained a MacBook 1,1 for a week. I put it through an entire week of schoolwork and the sort to test it. And you know what? I'm impressed. Really impressed. I cannot believe it that a machine that is 11 years old on a 10 year old OS, is still entirely usable in modern times. If anyone tries to tell you old Macs are useless, its bull. They are ENTIRELY usable in 2018. Same with MacOS Leopard. I found a great amount of software for it and a browser (Chrome 21) that still works fine. If anyone has any stories about using their old MacBooks in 2018, tell me. Enjoy, guys. -MacFag --- Post Merged, May 25, 2018 --- I also have a couple of pictures of it. If anyone wants some, just ask!