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81. Apple Production Suite Upgrade
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82. Apple M7697ZM Optical Pro Mouse
83. APPLE M9572G/A Lithium Ion Battery
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84. Apple iSight FireWire Webcam for
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85. APPLE M8792G/C 120GB ATA/100 XServe
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86. APPLE DVD Studio Pro 2 (Macintosh)
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87. Apple M2706LLA 1-Button Desktop
88. Apple Fibre Channel PCI Cardeol
89. APPLE M8690G/A Apple Pro Mouse
90. APPLE M9339LL/A iPod Stereo Connection
91. APPLE M9140G/A iBook Battery
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92. Apple M8791G/C 7200 RPM 60 GB
93. Apple Fibre Channel Pci Card M8940G/B
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94. iLife '04 Multi-User Family Pack
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95. APPLE nVidia GeForce 6800 GT DDL
96. F8537LL/A 23" Cinema HD Display
97. 180GB Apple Drive Module for Xserve
98. Apple Fibre Channel Pci Card
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99. Apple World Travel Adapter Kit
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100. Lithium Ion Battery for Appleibook

81. Apple Production Suite Upgrade for Final Cut Pro [Final Cut Pro HD, Motion, DVD Studio Pro]
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0002V4KH6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 1435
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Features

  • Essential software suite for film and video production
  • Real-time production tools; common user interface elements
  • Professional graphics, video, audio, and DVD authoring applications
  • Provides seamless, intuitive, and integrated workflow
  • Includes Final Cut Pro HD, DVD Studio Pro 3, and Motion

82. Apple M7697ZM Optical Pro Mouse
by Apple Computer
list price: $64.99
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Asin: B00005NZX6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 7981
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Barely worth a look
This mouse is aesthetically gorgeous, and the no-button design is pleasing. However, I've tried it on a number of different surfaces, and it has a lot of tracking problems, especially with fine motion. The more I need to do fine motion, the more I experience the same wrist pain reported by others because I try to use my hand to compensate for the mouse's lack of sensitivity.

With most other mice, moving the cursor around feels like an extension of my hand. I look at what I want on the screen, flick my wrist, and the cursor invariably ends up in the right spot (this has been true for Windows as well as the Mac). However, this mouse doesn't give me that feeling -- the cursor often ends up not going where I want it. That's annoying if I'm just switching between apps or something like that, but if I'm playing Halo, it can be fatal. I find myself turning more and more to keyboard shortcuts instead of using the mouse.

Finally, the cord is only twenty-eight inches long, which is absurdly short. Granted, most people who use this mouse will probably be plugging it into a keyboard, and under those circumstances, the length of the cord is less likely to be an issue. However, if you're thinking of plugging the mouse into the back of a tower that's on the floor behind your desk, you need to keep this limitation in mind.

The mouse requires no configuration or drivers, and it is hot swappable, all of which is nice but not particularly remarkable these days. The most important feature of a mouse is how natural it feels in response to the motion of your hand, and in this department, the Apple Optical Pro Mouse is one of the worst mice I've ever used.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy It
This mouse came with my new G4 Computer. I don't like it. I draw a lot with my mouse in general and this does not work for me. I hate the fact that you have to push down the whole mouse to get a click. I found that my wrist gets sore and the mouse is cumbersome and is just not sensitive enough.

It looks really cool, but that's about it.

I recommend the Microsoft Wheel Optical Mouse instead. It's cheap and the shape is very complimentary to your hand. Two buttons and the wheel all work on Mac. Plus the cord is really long... for some reason Mac cords for mice and keyboards are so darn short.

I don't recommend this mouse.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good While It Lasts
I agree with most of what is written here: the mouse is stylish, and the single button is not a huge problem. I used this mouse for about a year but it has just stopped working. I think the problem is that the connection between the mouse and the mouse cable is somewhat weak. If you want to get this mouse, be gentle to it, and don't wind the cable around the mouse (for travel/storage purposes) like I did.

5-0 out of 5 stars One Button Beauty
I hear a lot of griping about this being a one button mouse, but for me me it's never been an issue. I actually prefer a one button to a two button with a scroll wheel. Moving my hand from the mouse to the keyboard helps to prevent carpal tunnel by keeping my hand in motion. Also the sleek design of a one button mouse is too good to pass up. Everyone who's seen my mouse agrees it's beautiful. How many other mice can you say that about?

Scroll wheel? The 'Page Up' and 'Page Down' buttons as well as the arrow keys on the keyboard give me much quicker access to the information I need AND more percidse control. To me, there are no drawbacks to a one button mouse at all. If fact, I doubt I'll ever want a two button mouse again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Windows Users - Don't Overlook
I'd second everything that "Starfx6464" said about the mouse, except to point out that some Windows Users CAN use the mouse. When my place of employment converted its main database system from a DOS-based version to a Windows-based version, I was afraid my bad "mouse finger" would get worse. I brought my Mac Mouse from home and tried it with Windows 2000. Simply plug it into the USB port - it works! Most everything can be done in Windows without a right button, but I do keep my two-button mouse connected to the mouse port for the once a week or so I can't get around the right button. Just slide it under the desk until needed. Thanks, Apple, for the unpublicized compatibility. ... Read more


83. APPLE M9572G/A Lithium Ion Battery for 12 inch PowerBook

Asin: B00025DZNM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 60088
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Product Description

The Apple Rechargeable Battery for 12-inch Aluminum PowerBook G4 is a 50-watt-hour lithium ion battery that provides up to 5 hours of operation depending on battery saving features used and system configuration.For a complete compatibility list please refer to the original manufacturer's web site. ... Read more


84. Apple iSight FireWire Webcam for Apple Computers M8817LL/A
by Apple Computer
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B0000AKACN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 7623
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 640x480 (VGA) resolution
  • Integrated, dual-element microphone with noise suppression
  • One FireWire connection provides audio, video, and power
  • Includes three camera stands, carrying case, FireWire cable, FireWire cable adapter
  • Compatible with Mac OS X v.10.2.5 or later

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bye bye long distance phone calls
I think it's time for an update, since there are many statements made by some of the reviewers that now are incorrect.

You can buy iChat AV alone for $30 if you haven't upgraded to Panther yet. I have pulled my cable back and forward without any problems, but I guess there are some bad cables out there, but it's not common.
Yes, the adhesive mounting is a poor choice for your nice looking display, but there are alternatives from other companies, check out Macmice.com

That you have to use a fast connection should not be a surprise, we are talking about video chats in real time.

But all these things are minor issues, considering you get what I consider the greatest ( communication ) thing since email arrived. I chat with my brother in Europe with great results. The quality is outstanding, the camera performs well in low light, which have often been the big problem for web cams.

Now Apple just need to get others to play along, AOL is working on something and I'm sure there will be more changes coming from other companies as well.

The price is imo. not high, when you consider the impact it can have on your life. I was looking to buy video phones before iSights came out, but they are not good quality and can be very expensive, so a pair of iSights almost seem cheap.

4-0 out of 5 stars talk to friends and family across the world - for FREE!
True video conferencing - the type that has been promised for years now really exists and is affordable for the common man (and woman). All you need is a firewire Mac (all new Macs for the past 4 years have shipped w/ firewire, but you can always install an after-market firewire PCI card if needed) running OS 10.2 or better, iChat/AV (Apple's software that comes free with OS 10.3 - "Panther"), and a broadband connection.

There are many iChat related Web sites that contain databases of other iSight owners, so you can always find someone to chat with, even if none of your friends have Macs or broadband connections.

The camera can also be used for Yahoo Chat, but Yahoo's software limits your video to snapshot slide shows. iChat/AV allows you to to have live streaming video and audio with full duplexing, so it's like you're on the phone.

If you have a bad hair day, you can use the microphone only so you don't have to share the video. The lens cap is built-in, and with a simple twist of the lens, your camera is turned off.

The camera is an elegant addition to your Mac goodies, although the mounting has much to be desired. Some third-party companies have come out with some excellent alternatives for mounting the iSight, however, if you don't have a laptop to clip it to and you don't want to "stick" it on your monitor.

The camera is in full color and will automatically focus from about 1" to infinity. My less than perfect rating is for two reasons - 1 being the aforementioned mounting options - tacky "stick-on" mounting isn't the choice for most and the laptop clip can be broken easily during transport. My biggest gripe is the white balancing of the camera. This might be eventually corrected w/ a new version of the iChat software, but for now, the color you see is not necessarily reflecting reality. I have my computer next to a window, so in the middle of a sunny day with my overhead light on, the color looks great. At night (no ambient sunlight) with an overhead light, the colors are grainy and flat.

If you hold a white piece of paper next to your face while you look at yourself on the camera, the color suddenly corrects, but goes back to awful the minute you put the paper down.

Traditional cameras with built-in light meters have an ability to "spot meter" and lock a light meter reading - Apple needs to put this option in with their next incarnation of iChat/AV. For now, I have 2 halogen desk lamps on either side of my monitor. When I chat w/ someone in the evening, I will turn on the hot white lights to illuminate my face so the other person doesn't think they're talking to Darth Vader or the Grim Reaper.

I used it a couple of times for audio-only chats - the microphone quality is superb. I have chatted to people in Canada, Israel and Australia without a noticable delay or degredation in quality. If the other user is using a built-in microphone in lieu of an iSight, however, they will probably hear you well, but you may have a hard time hearing them.

I have also used the camera for some video/audio chats with people from around the globe. There is a noticable 1 second time difference delay, but it is acceptable all things considered.

As with all things Apple, this camera is quite an innovation. Beforehand, there was only one other firewire camera on the market and it did not allow for live streaming video. Thanks to Apple's iChat software, however, you can use some other cameras, but I would not recommend it. With the few failings of iSight, it is still the best there is - and considering what it does, it's well worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars False Review...
I don't know if the review from EL was wrote by a Anti-Mac Nazi but, most of the information stated in his review was incorrect. First iMovie is easily used with the iSight. Second iSight is made for mac, If you have a mac that supports iSight, you should not have to instal any software, iChat AV Comes with the OS. Third iChat AV does now work with the latest PC version of AOL instant messenger, not the old ones. Fourth not only can you take still amazingly good quality still pictures, you can download programs off the internet that lets you add effects to the pictures you take. iSight self adjusted the brightness and contrast, so manual adjustment is unnecessary. EL has made it sound you cannot use iSight unless you are computer illiterate, it is very easy to use I have never had any problem with mine, and I've saved money on long distance calls. Plus it's a lot of fun I rated this excellent product with 5 stars. Online Video Conferencing is the future and apples firewire technology makes video Conferencing amazing with no skipping or lag the quality is superb. Hats off to Apple with the great product

1-0 out of 5 stars Look is Not everythink
(...)I Chat AV can't talk to any other videoconferencing system, though, and Apple bundles none of the usual Webcam software with the iSight. You can't manually adjust the brightness, the color balance, the white balance, or the contrast. You can't snap still pictures with the iSight, use it as a video camera, or feed video to the Web. You also can't use the iSight as a surveillance camera out of the box. And despite Apple's recent push for integration, iSight doesn't feed into iMovie.
here is third-party software for all of these functions, and the iSight worked well with half a dozen Webcam applications we tried. The iSight even plugs into PCs, where we used it with Yahoo! Messenger and NetMeeting. But on a PC, the microphone doesn't work because it lacks a Windows driver (Apple says third parties are welcome to write such a driver).

If all your friends and colleagues sign up for iChat AV, the $150 admission price for an iSight might be fine with you. But given that the iSight costs more than any competing wired Webcam, we had hoped buyers wouldn't need to spend even more on third-party utilities to get full functionality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great performance...audio and video
This little camera really adds a new dimension to the internet. Of course, on the mac, you just plug the thing in and it works flawlessly. The ability to have one-way video conferences or just audio conferences makes it nice too. The microphone really does a good job

The mounts appear to be rather permanent once the backing is removed, so watch out! ... Read more


85. APPLE M8792G/C 120GB ATA/100 XServe Drive Module
list price: $569.99
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Asin: B00007IFBG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 148341
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Product Description

The Apple Drive Module (ADM) is a hot-pluggable Ultra ATA/100 hard drive in a special drive carrier module designed for easy server upgradeability and maintenance. It operates at 7200 rpms and has two LED activity lights - one indicating drive activity and one indicating drive status. The Apple Drive Module supports SMART - Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology - allowing the hardware monitoring tools to monitor the status of the hard drive and report pre-failure warnings before problems occur. ... Read more


86. APPLE DVD Studio Pro 2 (Macintosh)
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00009B5AS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 5630
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Features

  • New menu templates make it easy to create DVDs quickly, as well as view tracks, assets and menus to see how your DVD looks & operates before burning
  • World-class MPEG2 encoding generates great-looking video at lower bit rates, for longer runtimes that don't sacrifice picture quality
  • Create up to 98 stories, use scripting controls for advanced plyback, and even define remote control functionality
  • Timeline-based track editing and connections editing tools reduce the work involved in designing great homemade DVDs
  • Add multiple language tracks and DVD-ROM data in your project, for truly professional-quality discs

87. Apple M2706LLA 1-Button Desktop Mouse II ADB Mac Mechanic
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000063WP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 116932
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This is an Apple Desktop II ADB Mouse that will make you work far more comfortable and easier. It possesses a great variety of new features that will turn your everyday work in a real creative process: large single-button design and forward ball placement for fine movements w/less effort. Besides it can be daisy-chained directly from any other adb device or plugged directly into an adb port on your computer. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sleek & Sexy... but only one button?
After being a Windows nerd for a few years before buying my beloved Apple G4, I had grown used to the convience of a two button mouse with a wheel.My Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer was the king of mice in my mind.This little one-buttoner, which was packaged with my G4, does hold it's own against its competitors.

First off, it's very sleek and sexy.The clear plastic shell and red under-glow make it look super high-tech.It's like a little ufo floating around your mouse pad.
It also handles like a dream.Where some ball mice get gunked-up and the under-side becomes rough, the Apple mouse hardly ever needs cleaning.The optical eye hovers far enough above the desktop surface so it won't pick up dirt and dust.

While the mouse looks hi-tech and zooms across any smooth surface effortlessly, it does have a couple flaws. One-button mice, in my mind, are seriously handicapped.In the amount of time it takes to either a. hold the mouse button down long enough to get the *right click* effect, or b. hold the option button and click, I could have actually clicked a right mouse button at least five times. The conviennce of having more than one button on a mouse is unbelievable.Apple's little guy doesn't have that convienence.Maybe it's because I play online shooters on my Mac, and if you play with this mouse, you're as good as dead.
Another gripe I have is that the cord is horrendously short.PC users looking to use this mouse will have to also buy a USB extension cord (which comes standard with any PowerMac).I also had to leave it at home when on the road with my G3 Powerbook.It just doesn't cover a lot of mouse pad realestate.

All complaints aside, it is a very nice mouse with killer looks and feel.

For native Apple users, this is all you'll need as long as your mouse and Apple USB keyboard is within 15 inches of each other.PC users and gamers who are used to two-button mice and long cords, skip this one and go pick up a Wireless Intellimouse Explorer.You get five buttons plus a wheel and no cord restraints. ... Read more


88. Apple Fibre Channel PCI Cardeol 4/12/03 M8940G/A
by Apple Computer

Asin: B00009APTQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
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89. APPLE M8690G/A Apple Pro Mouse - White
by Apple Computer

Asin: B00006BAZE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 26973
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Features

  • Apple is always on the forefront of computer design and style, and keeps up this tradition with the new Apple M8690G/A Pro Mouse
  • This mouse is like no other Apple has ever released
  • First of all, it features optical technology - which means there are no rollers or tracking mechanisms to wear out or clog, and no mouse balls to fish out and clean
  • On top of that there is no distinguishable mouse button!
  • The entire Apple Pro Mouse is in effect a super-sensitive button - the body pivots up and down to actuate the click mechanism

90. APPLE M9339LL/A iPod Stereo Connection Kit with Monster Cable
by Apple

Asin: B00016V3UY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 18462
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91. APPLE M9140G/A iBook Battery
by Apple

Asin: B00009AWLB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 16359
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92. Apple M8791G/C 7200 RPM 60 GB Hard Drive Module for Xserve G4
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00007IFBF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
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Product Description

The Apple Drive Module (ADM) is a hot-pluggable Ultra ATA/100 hard drive in a special drive carrier module designed for easy server upgradeability and maintenance. It operates at 7200 rpms and has two LED activity lights - one indicating drive activity and one indicating drive status. The Apple Drive Module supports SMART - Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology - allowing the hardware monitoring tools to monitor the status of the hard drive and report pre-failure warnings before problems occur. ... Read more


93. Apple Fibre Channel Pci Card M8940G/B
by Apple Computer

Asin: B00009KIYG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
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94. iLife '04 Multi-User Family Pack
list price: $79.99
our price: $79.00
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Asin: B0001A9MZS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 3845
Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, and GarageBand music application
  • Use iLife to have more fun with digital media
  • Easily create professional-quality slideshows, music, movies, and DVDs
  • Seamless integration--iLife applications work together better than ever before
  • Single installer that updates all existing iLife applications

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Crashes constantly
This is a huge step back for Apple's iApps, particularly iPhoto, which is an absolute disaster in this release. We typically cannot launch iPhoto without crashing unless we trash three catalog files. Importing more than once a day is impossible - the app says it cannot access .../iPhoto Library/month/date the second time you try to import.

Add to that the continued game of keep-away with iDVD, which will not work with external DVD burners. If you bought anything less than the highest-end Macs, or models like the Cube or iBook that have never had built-in DVD burners as an option, well, too darn bad! Kind of obviates the coolness of FireWire when peripherals are deliberately not supported by Apple.

Crashing and losing user data is NEVER acceptable. Apple, more than anyone, is supposed to know this. The company should be absolutely ashamed of this pathetic product, and should not offer it for sale until they work out the bugs and stop being such jerks about DVD burning.

2-0 out of 5 stars great product but lousy license
The the 10.3 Family Pack and the iLife Family Pack license have exactly the same language -

"as long as those computers are located in the same household and used by persons who occupy that same household".

For those who respect intellectual property and read their licenses carefully, this means that the 10.3 Family Pack cannot be installed on a Powerbook which then is taken outside the same household nor on another Mac located at another of your personal residences. Apple has confirmed that this is the correct interpretation of their license language.

All Apple had to do with both Family Pack licenses is change "located in the same household and used by" to"located in the same household OR used by".

Unfortunately the lawyers cannot seem to agree with that simple change so don't waste your money on the Family Pack unless you can comply with the license or choose to ignore it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Superb product but lousy license
The iLife Family Pack license has exactly the same language as the Panther family pack -

"as long as those computers are located in the same household and used by persons who occupy that same household".

For those who respect intellectual property and read their licenses carefully, this means that the Family Pack iLife cannot be installed on a Powerbook which then is taken outside the same household nor on another Mac located at another of your personal residences. Apple has confirmed that this is the correct interpretation of their license language.

All Apple had to do with both Family Pack licenses is change
"located in the same household and used by" to
"located in the same household OR used by".

Unfortunately the lawyers cannot seem to agree with that simple change so don't waste your money on the Family Pack unless you can comply with the license or choose to ignore it. ... Read more


95. APPLE nVidia GeForce 6800 GT DDL Graphic Presentation Card M9761G/A
by Apple

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Asin: B0006JMX1E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
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Features

  • Built for DVI Standard
  • Required to drive Apple 30 LCD Flat-Panel Monitor Display M9179LL/A
  • For Apple G4 and G5 computer models

96. F8537LL/A 23" Cinema HD Display - REFURBISHED

Asin: B0000AINE6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
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Features

  • Full 23-inch diagonal display area
  • Supports 1,920 x 1,200 resolution for high-definition video and stills
  • Designed to work with the Power Mac G4 digital graphics interface for distortion-free images
  • Incredibly wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Lightning-fast pixel response for full-motion digital video

97. 180GB Apple Drive Module for Xserve & Xserve Raid M8939G/A
by Apple Computer

Asin: B00009APTO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 49764
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98. Apple Fibre Channel Pci Card
by Apple

Asin: B00011KI4G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
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99. Apple World Travel Adapter Kit
by Apple

our price: $47.99
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Asin: B00007E7C3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
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Features

  • Includes a set of six AC plugs with prongs that fit different electrical outlets around the world.
  • Designed to work with and requires the white portable power adapter that ships with iPod, iBook, or PowerBook G4.
  • Support outlets in North America, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Korea, Australia, and Hong Kong.

100. Lithium Ion Battery for Appleibook G3 500mhz & Up M8433G/B
by Apple Computer

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Asin: B00006BAZB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
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