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Apple's infamous G4 Cube computer was beautiful but ultimately flawed. In this video I show its many quirks and why it quickly died at retail. These are definitely one of the more collectable Apple computers out there. I searched for almost 2 years to find one in good condition and complete in box with all the original speakers, power supply etc. Such a beautiful computer and I'm stoked to have it in my game room now! Any other fans of the Apple G4 Cube? What are your experiences upgrading it?
Seems we don't have a classic computing area for Macintosh yet. Funny. Currently posting this with a G4 Mac (1.5 Ghz) Powerbook that was released on January of 2001. Seventeen years ago! With TenFourFox always updating the browsers for the Motorola processors the experience continues to be quite nice. Perhaps that is why despite how long Macs have been with us (since the mid-80's) there is no section for them in the world of the retro because either they have not left or ever fairly aged Macs are simply only a minor inconvenience to use for everyday use. Anyway, as weird as this might sound, I enjoy the "feel" of the Motorola processors. Powered this laptop up from a long slumber as I had CD's I needed to make into .mp3s. My MacBook Air did not have a CD drive you see. An even better more "computer user" experience was system 9. But all and all powering up this PowerBook G4 has not disappointed. Hard to believe they are almost old enough to graduate from high school.