I'll be honest, I've never been a great mac fan-boy. In fact, I'm pretty sure that after my current macbook pro dies, I'll stick with a great PC that has all linux tested hardware and just use Ubuntu. It's not because I hate Mac. I like it quite a bit actually. It's because it's so damn expensive! With that said, I found this awesome looking iMac that was manufactured back in 2002, and their designs are cute and sleek. Unfortunately, It had the pervious user's password still on it. What do I do?!?
As you can tell this wasn't the end all of Macs. I know some tablets that have faster processing speeds than the G4 does, but again, it was so darn cute!
The VictimHere's the machine (actually the 17 in version):
Techincal Specs: (modified from the original slightly)
|Processor||700MHz PowerPC G4|
|Memory||768 MB PC 133 168-pin|
|Hard Drive||40GB IDE|
|Optical drive||Combo (DVD-ROM/CD-RW)|
|Graphics support||NVIDIA GeForce2 MX with 32 MB of DDR SDRAM|
|FireWire||Two 400-Mbps FireWire (IEEE 1394) ports; 8 watts shared|
|USB||Five USB 1.1 ports; three on computer (shared on two 12-Mbps controllers); two on keyboard|
|VGA video mirroring||Mini-VGA output port (requires VGA display adapter). Support for video mirroring: external devices display an image identical to that shown on the built-in display|
|Modem||Built-in 56K modem (RJ-11 connector)|
|Ethernet||Built-in 10/100BASE-T Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)|
|Wireless networking||11-Mbps AirPort Card; IEEE 802.11b DSSS compliant|
|System software||Mac OS X 10.4|