*sigh* I wish more people had that attitude. For some, it seems they wish progress to stop for a couple of years until they want to upgrade.<br><br>Good for you. Enjoy that new iBook. I still like my iBook 466, although that screen is gettin' kinda small.<br><br>
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it's a must have attitude. Afterall I just switched this year, bought three macs and they are all outdated!<br><br>15" iMac - you can buy a 17" for the same money I paid<br>dual 1gig PowerMac - you can buy a dual 1.25Ghz<br>600Mhz iBook - you can buy a 700Mhz iBook.<br><br>but, I factor in the fact that I enjoyed the use of these machines for the last couple months (except for the iBook) and they are all still fantastic computers.<br><br>
I still have a 400mhz G4 (the original G4 Sawtooth model)... love using it for web, mail, FTP, and trying out new apps so I don't mess up my Dual Ghz... they retain their usefullness for a long time!<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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So your iBook and your dual gig are 'obsolete' by a combined 350 mhz, and you're missing two inches from your new iMac...<br><br>'World's smallest fiddle' award goes to JonnyCat!!!! <br><br>[color:red]Hold on...it's time for a</font color=red><br>
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