Loc: San Francisco, CA
I have a Blueberry iBook for sale. It's transparent and transparent blue ( the white inner-shielding has been removed , so you can see the inner workings ).
It also has a glowing Apple.
It has been clocked to 400mhz, and runs without any issues ( I'll guarantee it ) It also has an ATA66 60GB, 5400rpm IBM Travelstar hard drive with a 2mb cache And the RAM is maxed out to 544mb The CD ROM works well, with no issues.
The machine also comes with a 56k v90 modem and 10/100 baseT ethernet. The battery holds less than an hour charge, but the iBook will come with an ac adapter ( a more compact model than the yoyo adapter.
The machine runs OS X v10.3.9 quite nicely, and I've used it quite a bit with Appleworks, MS Office 2004, Safari, and iTunes. I've also played DVD video on this machine, using Video Lan Client ( which requires the installation of a DVD drive, or transferring the DVD video to the hard drive via ethernet )
$400 plus shipping. That's a dollar per mhz, not too shabby.
For tade, I'm in need of either a Gigabit Ethernet or Didgal Audio G4 logic board ( if it will work with a GE power supply ), which I'd take with some additional cash.
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