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Briefly: Apple earnings, refurbs; iBook knockoff?

updated 12:50 pm EDT, Wed October 13, 2004

Apple FYQ4 earnings

In Brief: Apple is expected to announce its today announced that it is now shipping certified 1-16x speed DVD+R media in both spindle ($30/25-pk) and jewel case packaging.

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  1. cmoney

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Actius MP30

    actually looks nothing like the ibook. the ibook is sleek and elegant looking. the sharp is typical pc, no thought to design.

  1. Voch

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Agreed. Yuck-O.

  1. SteveTech

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Refurb iBoook experience

    This is the first time I purchased a refurbished Mac. I ordered the "high end" iBook. To my surprise It came with a SuperDrive when it was only advertised with a combo drive. I know this is not the norm.

    The computer came with everything it would have if it was new. I've had it for a week, so far so good!

  1. denim

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Let's see dem earnings! I be ready to sell AAPL.

  1. dreamBweaver

    Joined: Dec 1969


    sharp's innovation

    "Additionally, the Actius MP30 acts as an instant multimedia player thanks to the built-in Instant Play™ feature, which allows users to quickly start and play DVD videos and/or music CDs at the touch of a button, without having to fully boot up the machine."

    Cool! Not that I ever turn my PB off though. I think the 2.7 lbs is also attractive.

    read up on the specs

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