My 3 Free iMac G3

Sometime in April of this year my school was to get rid of our old iMac G3. There were about 9 or 10 of them. I could not get the rest of them at the time, but I have 3 of them. They all work. It is a funny blooper at the end. (I could not turn off the camera!) Specs: Ruby iMac G3 400 MHz PowerPC G3, 512 MB SDRAM, 9.5 GB HDD, Mac OS 9.2.2 Indigo iMac G3 350 MHz PowerPC G3, 512 MB SDRAM, 12.55 HDD, Mac OS 9.2.2 (as of 26/07/12) Blueberry iMac G3 400 MHz PowerPC G3, 512 MB SDRAM, 9.56 GB HDD, Mac OS X 10.4.11 by me with Stephanie rotated iPod Touch.
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25 thoughts on “My 3 Free iMac G3

  1. TheCRTman says:

    Well, we think differently. I also have Windows 95, 98 and 2000, as a child. I do not understand this “crazy crazy” about someone breaking something, it makes me sad, because someone else could go and I think almost all of my past very close.

  2. shortwavesam says:

    Do I do that? I have Win98 Acer computer when I was a little boy. But I could not care less if someone breaks / destroys them. There’s no point getting upset about what other people do. It is their property and they can do whatever they want with it. For example, it is as upset and offended at a brick wall, after you tell it to move, but it does not work. Plus, the iMac G3s G3/iBook many modern things can not at all, they just slow to a halt. Hell, even a G4 chokes on Facebook!

  3. TheCRTman says:

    The first computer I used was my father’s custom PC # 1 It has Windows 98, and it had to be from 1995 to 1997. I do not know where he got it. I have a few videos about it last month. Look at the video response is this iMacs!

  4. smashingstuff09 says:

    Pretty sweet find, I was never in the macs that was much in the pc guyxD But free is pretty awesome I herd ther one in a ditch somewhere here on one of the off roud dumps became so pack, but it’s like 2 years I doubt its any good thes are pretty nice computers

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