But my guess is you can get an AGP G4 for around $50 that will let you go to at least to 10.4.11, have a much better and more compatible internet experience, be much more expandable, and be many times faster.
Do you have a good craig's list in the area?
If you want to learn something resembling the modern Mac and its OS cheap, that is the way to go. That G3 is so far removed.
Well, the craigslist around here shows several computers for sale, but the owners are TOO PROUD of them. They want prices I cannot afford. Not trying to sound pityful, but I cannot even afford to pay attention
Gotta go now, folks. This old fat cripple is exhausted, or as we say down here, "I'm tarred"
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Way too expensive. They have an MDD for $500 but you can get an Intel mini new with 7 year newer technology for $200 more. If one just browses ebay or craig's list for a few weeks you can get the low end G4 that they have listed for $250 for $50.
Besides, even $50 is stretching papabill's budget anyway.
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