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Refurb Xserves, 40GB and 160GB Apple TVs

updated 05:30 pm EST, Tue December 11, 2007

Refurb Xserves, Apple TVs

Apple's online store is once again offering reconditioned Xserve Quad Xeon server systems, as well as its Apple TV set top box at discounted rates. Refurbished Xserve 2.66GHz Quad Xeon servers each feature 1GB of memory, an 80GB hard drive, and Mac OS X Server 10.4 Unlimited-Client Edition for $2,999. Apple's faster Xserve 3.0GHz Quad Xeon servers with 1GB of memory, an 80GB hard, and Mac OS X Server 10.4 Unlimited-Client Edition are each available for $3,799. Reconditioned Apple TVs with 40GB and 160GB hard drives are also available for $229 and $339, respectively.

by MacNN Staff



  1. MRsneezy

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Apple TV Useless

    the Apple TV is Useless in Australia without Movies and TV Shows on the iTunes Music Store

  1. Zaren

    Joined: Dec 1969


    That figures...

    Guy I know just ordered two xserves today

  1. appleusr

    Joined: Dec 1969



    a good option would be

  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969


    add to: appleusr

    Thanks for putting it up there. As it is, I stream to all computers using iTunes on my network, so all my roommates/coworkers (depending onthe time of day) have access to days of video, whether it's movie or tv shows, along with music.

    Wish I could drop the money on an AppleTV myself, since we're all set up for it, but first I'd have to buy that HD Tv to connect to it.

    Yes, that's right, I'm not happy with the apple TV because there's no way to hook up to a regular tv out there, despite all the content. Aple doesnt even go the distance to sell a converter to allow its connections to transfer to analogue signal. Until someone makes a cheap solution, or drops the cash on me to buy a compatible HD tv, no dice.

  1. Constable Odo

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Intel MacMini should be..

    the real AppleTV. Add HDMI, optical audio, a tuner and a 500GB drive to the MacMini and it would be fantastic. I'd be willing to pay about $800 with no complaints.

    I can hardly wait to see what the next AppleTV has in store, but most likely it will be a closed system and only good for hackers to modify.

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