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Joined: 2011 Oct 18
My iBook Clamshell arrived!

On X-mas day, there was alot of gifts under the tree. The stockings were stuffed. The big one was for last. I really wanted to open it. And after i opened the smallest to medium, i opened the one for last, and there it is. My iBook Clamshell. Specs: ATi Graphics Chip, Mac OS 9, 800x600 Display, 1 USB Port, Telephone Port, Internet Port, AirPort Smile EDIT: It has some cracks on it, so i am going to recase it. And the color of it is Blueberry.

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Dimitris1980's picture
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Joined: 2009 Apr 21

Great gift. I prefer the real machines than emulators. It would be great playing games on your iBook Clamshell.

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Joined: 2009 Jul 16

Lucky Laughing out loud. The iBook I bought from someone was broken. I have yet to fix it up Smile.

bertyboy's picture
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Joined: 2009 Jun 14

Awesome, very collectable (particularly the orange model after Legally Blonde 2, I think).

TheComputerKid's picture
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Joined: 2011 Oct 18

Well, right now, i'm trying to get a alpha game to work that i downloaded.

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Joined: 2010 Oct 3

Awesome, nice to see someone else getting a old mac for Christmas (I got my PB1400c/133)
and i agree with Dimitris1980, it's much better to play with software on a real machine

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For christmas i got a Powerbook 540c. I am waiting for the RJ45 AAUI ethernet transceiver that i ordered for copying files. I love the real machines. Yesterday i was playing King's Quest 7 on my Mac Performa 6116 using a real roland mt-32 for the music.