<br>http://50lbslater.com/blog/?p=45<br><br><a href="http://50lbslater.com/blog/?p=45" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link: Old School Genius">Old School Genius</a></h2><br> <br> <p>While I was at the Apple Store last night with my girlfriend getting my nano, some guy brought his old Mac in because he thought it was time to “upgrade”. He had been doing his banking on that machine since he got it, using quicken or something. This mac classic came out in 1990, had 1meg of RAM, and a 8mhz processor!</p><br> <p><br><br>----<br>:)
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Odd story. I worked at an Apple Store and the policy was (and I don't see it changing) they only work on G3 and newer. Also his facts are all wrong. That's a Mac SE which came out in '87 and maxed at 4 MB of RAM. I still have mine. <br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Michael on 11/19/05 07:20 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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