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#1 2014-05-18 02:06:25

Registered: 2014-05-17
Posts: 21

Just so I can keep things clear...

Edit: I just reread the line "to all-in-one" so maybe that answers my question as to the G3 AIO and G4 cube.

Do I understand the site creators' intentions clearly that this would be the most appropriate area to post about things like the G3 AIO, G4 Cube, or Mini? Not being Power Macintosh towers such as the G3, G4, and G5's listed under the other page. I would also assume Mac clones would be talked about here or would those be under their official Mac counterparts? The last thought I had is if the Hackintoshes have a place on this site. Just curious as to the intended specifics so I can do my part to keep things organized around here.

Last edited by JeffStilwell (2014-05-18 02:08:41)


#2 2014-05-18 02:25:19

From: Sydney, Australia
Registered: 2014-05-13
Posts: 855

Re: Just so I can keep things clear...

As the description said, this forum is for oddities, such as the Twentieth Anniversary Mac, prototypes, rare clones (such as the MaxxBoxx, Mactell systems, etc), other things such as the Pippin, Apple Network Servers, things like that.


#3 2014-05-21 15:38:47

From: Corvallis, OR
Registered: 2014-05-12
Posts: 1,022

Re: Just so I can keep things clear...

So AIOs would go in Performa & LC, Power Macintosh, etc. Cubes would go in iMac & Power Mac

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