1. avatar Stevie Mac
    Complete with accessories and travel case.

    500MHz G3 processor, 15GB hard drive.

    Full specs available here:

    http://support.apple.com/kb/SP105

    140 ono. PM me if you're interested, I'm in the Yorkgate area.

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  2. avatar Lap Dog Shuffle
    I sold my iBook G3 600Mhz two years ago for 50... 150 is an insane price to be asking.
  3. avatar Tele
    I sold a 700MHz G3 iBook with 640MB RAM and a 120GB hard drive for 260 quid a year or so ago. :P
  4. avatar Lap Dog Shuffle
    [quote:149f92d15c="Tele"]I sold a 700MHz G3 iBook with 640MB RAM and a 120GB hard drive for 260 quid a year or so ago. :P[/quote:149f92d15c]You did well.

    There's a big difference between the 500Mhz and 700MHz iBook though, this one had the old-shool hocky puck power-supply, OS9 as default and struggled to run OS X because it only had 8MB video memory.

    They changed the bus-speed for the 600Mhz version (which vastly improved performance) then they doubled the video memory for the 700MHz version so it could handle OS X.
  5. avatar Stevie Mac
    I'm actually posting this for my sister - never having owned an Apple myself, I was just going by average price on eBay. I tested it out and it's near as-new. I'd take 120 for it (including case). It's grand for anyone who just wants a lightweight internet machine.