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Home > Classifieds > AstroNOT Classifieds > Computers And Peripherals > Classified #241473

For Sale: Powerbook G3, 400Mhz, Lombard

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Cleaning house. Too many computers, too many telescopes, too many everything. Consolidating and improving. For your consideration.

Apple PowerBook G3, 400MHz, Bronze keyboard (Lombard). Black Tarus laptop carrying case included with 2nd battery. FEATURES: - 320MB SDRAM - 6GB hard drive - 1MB backside level 2 cache - 14.1-inch (diagonal) active matrix XGA color display (no dead pixels) - 8MB of SDRAM supports millions of colors - Support for external peripherals, two USB ports, VGA and S-video output, SCSI, sound input/output ports - Removable high-speed DVD-ROM - One PC Card slot, - Lithium-ion battery for up to 5 hours of normal running time, 10 hours with two batteries installed - Built-in 10/100BASE-T Ethernet networking - Built-in 56k modem supports V.90 - Dimensions and weight:12.7 by 10.4 by 1.7 inches; 6.3 punds with battery and DVD-ROM installed.

Voyager III is installed. I guess I got used to it first, but I seem to like its simplicity over The Sky, Starrynight and Deepsky2003. All have their strengths, but... Will include serial adapter for control of Celestron scopes.

How much? I paid over $3,000 for it a few years back. :-(

Will sell for first $700, plus shipping.

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