#27543 - 11/28/0201:12 PMRe: yoyo started this!!
The base iBook is only $999.00. It does not however have a CD-RW drive, only CD-ROM. But, you could always pick up a CD-RW later if initial cost is a problem, or perhaps you have no need for a CD-RW drive anyway. For what you would pay for a USED 466MHz clamshell iBook on eBay (say $700), for just $300 more you'd be getting a 700MHz model and it would be NEW. Something perhaps to think about. I'd buy online from a retailer where you don't have to pay sales tax for your state. Amazon woud probably be a good bet for that. <br><br>http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/We....220.127.116.11?102,75<br><br>
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