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Aug 21, 2001, 12:40 AM
How are the Powerbook Wallstreet Model 233mhz like to get some info a buddy of mine wants to sell it thinking of buying but want some info anything... Thanks
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Aug 21, 2001, 01:29 PM
I had a Wallstreet 233 for about a year.
14.1"screen(beautiful display, got lots o' wows from folks at work)
CD and Zip "bay" drives and 180MB RAM it was very fast and useful.
Sold it to upgrade my 8500 2 years ago tho. I miss it, got a 5300/100 for 300.00 for now. Lots slower than the G3. Smaller too, less max RAM and other issues. But it will suffice as a field companion to my digital camera (Oly E-10).
Wallstreet had 2 cardbus slots, 2 expansion bays for devices or batteries, SCSI, Ethernet and can be upgraded to a G3-500. It's also a lot sturdier than the Lombard/Pismo bunch. Damn good Mac if you can get it cheap.
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