DVD-ROM PowerBook G4 667 $2199 @ Circuit City
January 31, 2002 11:10PM
Current Mac Hardware
edited January 2014
That doesn't sound bad at all considering the only difference is 256 MB of RAM and the optical drive, right?
Though Smalldog has 512 MB DVD-ROM PowerBooks G4 667 for $2449 and only sales tax in Vermont...
Reply 1 of 9
January 31, 2002 11:35PM
Yeah, they're blowing them out. You can also get a G4/550 Titanium for $1699
Reply 2 of 9
February 1, 2002 12:27AM
Holy crap, $1699? Isnt that like way cheap?
Reply 3 of 9
February 1, 2002 12:28AM
Both prices are quite good, IMO. CompUSA has the 667 for $2799 for example.
Reply 4 of 9
February 1, 2002 12:31AM
Does Apple offer any sort of tech help with laptops purchased from other vendors?
Reply 5 of 9
February 1, 2002 2:26AM
Eh, Circuit City is an authorized dealer...warranty, tech support is standard fare.
Aven gray market purchased Macs will get warranty work done at Apple Specialists now...
Reply 6 of 9
February 1, 2002 10:37AM
wow wow this is amazing, i just bought a 933 but maby i can figure out a way to get a ti book also. Amazing the best of both worlds. I guess Circuit city knows the new powerbooks are comming out but no one else does? heh
Reply 7 of 9
February 1, 2002 2:03PM
Wow those are awsome prices.
Reply 8 of 9
February 1, 2002 5:07PM
Ha! this is great... I am actually looking online to buy one right now and I was thinking I was going to have to settle with the 550 because of the prices. I came to this board to ask if anyone knew if the 550-667 DVD powerbooks come with the ATI Radeon Mobility? Can anyone help? Thanks
Reply 9 of 9
February 1, 2002 5:13PM
Every version of the PowerBook G4 550 and 667 MHz has Radeon Mobility. AFAIK, the only two differences are the RAM and the optical drives.