Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Location
    Perth, Western Australia
  • Interests
    Computers, Photography
  1. Nice work - I saw this on eBay and wondered if someone from here would nab it.
  2. And finally the G5 PowerMac is up and running! Specs are: - 2 x 1.8GHz G5/2GB RAM/600GB HDD/Mac OS X 10.5.8
  3. The Cube is working too! Specs are: - G4 450MHz/1GB RAM/120GB HDD/Mac OS X 10.5.8
  4. Fired the iMac G4 up, everything looks fine, specifications are pretty stock: - 700MHz G4/256MB RAM/40GB HDD/Mac OS X 10.3.9 I remember being enthralled by these iMacs when they came out - I was at Uni and one of the PC computer labs had a handful of these sitting against the wall.
  5. Recent acquisitions include: - G4 iMac (700MHz, 15") - my second one - couldn't resist! - G5 PowerMac (2003 Dual 1.8GHz) - my first PowerMac G5 - I already have a G5 iMac and Xserve in the collection - Cube (450MHz) - purchased mainly for the motherboard as my other Cube has the Firewire ports not working Now I just need to find time to tinker with them!
  6. Just picked up an SE/30, a PowerMac 7600 and a 15" Apple Multiscan from one of my old University lecturers. All are boxed with most of the original cables, packaging, installation media and documentation. They are not "new in box", their previous owner had just decided to keep all of the original packaging (which is nice for me). They have definitely had long and useful lives. Neither of the Macs boot (they need new hard disks, which is an easy job). Price? Free.
  7. I thought the days of kerbside Mac hauls were long gone - awesome!
  8. Yeah, that seriously has to happen.... I have fond memories of networked Bolo on LC630s in first year Uni (1998).
  9. Just acquired this from eBay - the screen is awesome. Awesome little Mac. Now to see if I can find some more RAM in my stash (currently has 12MB) and load up Mac OS 7.6. I'm thinking of firing up Bolo....
  10. macgreg


    Nice work - and even nicer that it's going to a good cause.
  11. Fantastic conquest - that is one tricked out IIci!
  12. Awesome! Agree with Bunsen.
  13. I think some other obscure laptops/notebooks did use 2.5" SCSI HDDs (a SPARC-based one rings a bell?)
  • Create New...