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I just got my recertified Apple Mac iBook G4 12"! It is not that bad for an older laptop.
The specs -
Apple PowerPC G4 1.33 GHz
1 GB RAM
40 GB hard drive
ATi Radeon 9550
12" LCD screen
MAC OS X 10.4.11 Tiger
I got it pretty cheap also. It only costed me less than $290 with shipping.
I did have to pull out the RAM stick and stuff it back in the slot a few times until it was properly recognized.
It also has a pretty good battery life so far.
If anyone is wondering, I am typing this from it!
1st Desktop -
Foxconn A690VM2MA-RS2H, AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+, OCZ Vanquisher CPU cooler, 8 GB DDR2 800 G Skill, XFX NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 512 MB, Philips DVD burner (black), Maxtor 500 GB SATA II, NEC floppy drive (black), Cooler Master 330 case (black), PC Power & Cooling S75CF 750 watt PSU (Single rail).
2nd Desktop -
ASROCK K7S41, AMD Athlon XP 3000+, GENERIC CPU cooler, 768 MB DDR 333, NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400 32 MB, Lite-ON DVD burner (silver), Lite-ON CD reader (silver), Seagate 160 GB, Card Reader, E-Machines Case, Antec Basiq 350 watt PSU (Dual rail).
3rd Desktop -
Gigabyte GA-7VKMLS, AMD Athlon XP 2100+, Thermaltake CPU cooler, 768 MB PC133, VIA Chrome KM266 series (Set to 32 MB in BIOS), Lite-ON CD burner (black), Western Digital 80 GB, GENERIC floppy drive (black), Rosewill R363-M-BK case (black), Rosewill LC-8400BTX 400 watt PSU (Dual rail).
4th Desktop -
BCM GT133KT, AMD Duron 900, GENERIC CPU cooler, 512 MB PC133, NVIDIA Riva TNT 16 MB, Lite-ON CD burner (black), Western Digital 80 GB, NEC floppy drive (black), Apex TM-163 case (black), Apevia ATX-CW420W 420 watt PSU (Dual rail).
5th Desktop -
FIC AZ11E, AMD Duron 750, GENERIC CPU cooler, 576 MB PC133, SiS Xabre 200 32 MB, Creative CD burner (beige), Western Digital 80 GB, GENERIC floppy drive (beige), Linkworld 3131G-C8815U case (beige), Apevia ATX-CW420W 420 watt PSU (Dual rail).
6th Desktop -
Tekram P6Pro-A+, Intel Pentium III 700, stock Intel Pentium III 700 CPU cooler, 384 MB PC133, NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 200 64 MB, AOPEN Combo drive (black), Seagate 40 GB, GENERIC floppy drive (black), HEC 7106BB case (black), Thermaltake TR2 W0070RUC 430 watt PSU (Dual rail).
7th Desktop -
Tekram P6B40-A4X, Intel Pentium II 400, GENERIC CPU cooler, 512 MB PC100, ATi Rage IIC AGP 4 MB, 3DFX Voodoo2 PCI 12 MB, AOPEN Combo drive (black), Maxtor 40 GB, Samsung floppy drive (black), HEC 7106BB case (black), Rosewill LC-8360BTX 350 watt PSU (Dual rail).
When will these updates end!
I just sold that old 1.8 GHz laptop to my uncle that bought my AMDAthlon XP2500+ system a long time ago.The laptop was more of a trade. $100+ he had to rewire part of my house so that I could get myTV channels with my foolish DTA to work correctly.
Another sold to one of my Dad's co-workers!
Gigabyte GA-6VX7B-4X, Intel Pentium III 1000, GENERIC CPU cooler, 512 MB PC133, ATi Rage 128 Pro 16 MB, Lite-ON CD burner (black), Western Digital 80 GB, NEC floppy drive (black), Rosewill R103A case (black), HEC Orion HP485D 485 watt PSU (Dual rail).
Price was about $125 or so
I just sold a system to may Aunt. It was an AMD Athlon 64 X2 BE-2400 with 2 GB DDR2 800, 250 GB SATASeagate, ASUS DVD burner with lightscribe, Wireless 54 MB adapter,Gecube ATi Radeon X1950XT 512 MB PCI-Express X16, Foxconn A78AX-S, HEC desktop (horizontal)case, Sony floppy drive, Win XP Pro and a Rosewill 550 watt PSU. It also came with a 17" Widescreen Acer monitor.
All for just $375 (I think)
I just sold another system to a guy at my Dad's work! I sold it to the same guy that I sold the Athlon 64 X2 4600+ to. This system was the AMD Athlon 64 4000+, 2 GB DDR 400, 200 GB ATA Maxtor, Sony DVD burner, EVGA NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT KO Edition 256 MB PCI-Express X16, ASUS A8V-VM SE, XBLADE ATX case, Samsung floppy Drive, Win XP Pro and an IWILL 450 watt PSU.
All for just $225
I just sold a system to another guy at my Dad's work! It was an AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+, 2 GB DDR2 667, 250 GB SATA Seagate, Sony DVD burner (fairly new), XFX NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT XXX Edition 256 MB PCI-Express X16, Jetway XBLUE-N78V, HEC micro-atx case, TEAC floppy drive, Win XP Pro, and a Rosewill RP550 single rail PSU.
All for an older 1.8 GHz laptop & $285 - $25 commission my Dad got for selling it.
I had to order a new battery for that laptop. That and a new keyboard for it.The battery is dead as a door nail (does not keep charged.)The keyboard as the old keyboard was pretty much dead.The F1 key was lost and messed up, The left 'SHIFT' would not work correctly when pressing the 'A' key. [The battery came from Hong Kong, but it was a good price. $53.99 INCLUDING THE SHIPPING COST! It took about a month to get to me I also had to call up my credit card company twice then, the sellers complained that I did not pay them. I think I will not buy from them any time soon! Anyhow, the batterypricewasALOT less than most others charge for the same battery.Radioshack wants $160 + shipping! A little expensive I would say! If I ever need a replacement battery for it or any laptop, I think that I will check withone of my saved sellers on Ebay first. If they do not have it, I will check with the place that I bought the keyboard from.]
I just sold an older system I recently built to a guy at my Dad's work. Kinda oldish system you may say. This one had an Intel Pentium III 550 MHz, 384 MB PC100, 30 GB ATA Maxtor, Sony CD reader, onboard SiS 6326 8 MB, ECS P6BX-MS, generic Full-ATX case, generic floppy drive, Win XP Pro and generic 300 watt PSU.
All for just $60. I even managed to make a few bucks off it.
I just sold another computer of mine to some guy at my dad's work. This time it was an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+, 2 GB DDR2 667, 160 GB SATA Western Digital, Sony NEC Optiarc DVD burner (practically brand new), PNY NVIDIA GeForce 7600GS 512 MB AGP 8X, MSI K9MM-V, some case and floppydrive I got for free from my business teacher, Win XP Pro and an Apevia (Aspire) 500 watt 'Turbolink' dual rail psu.
All for just $325 - $20 commission my Dad got for selling the thing.
I only had this system "collecting dust" since late December of '07. I would run it every so often just to keep it up to date. Dang internal clock was 30-something minutes off. I also bought my dad's XFX NVIDIA Geforce 8600GT 256 MB used for about no more than 2 weeks for $40. He sent his EVGA NVIDIA 7600GT 256 MB in for an RMAbecause thefan startedbanging into the fan shroud and got an EVGA NVIDIA Geforce 8600GTS as a replacement at no charge. Only had to send the old one in.
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