Re: [NTLK] Thanks to all you Newtoneers!

From: Dennis B. Swaney <>
Date: Wed Apr 22 2009 - 17:44:54 EDT

Don Zahniser wrote:
> On 4/22/09, Dennis B. Swaney wrote:
>> Matt Howe wrote:
>>> It was a G3 All-In-One commonly called a "Molar" because it looked like a
>>> giant tooth. It weighed 50 pounds, seriously 50 bounds (23kg).
>> Ok, that was an iMac. BTW, I never heard the G3 iMac referred to as a
>> "molar" before. I own a Bondi Rev B that came with a 233 MHz processor.
>> I installed a HARMONi upgrade card and boosted it to 400 MHz and added a
>> FireWire port. Now if you run Apple System Profiler,you can get the
>> specs; they'll look something like this from my G5 iMac:
> I thought Matt was referring to the early G3 All-in-One.
> See this page:
> <>
> This looks a lot more like a 'molar' to me than does an iMac.

Ah, yes. That was one of Apple's "education-market-only" machines so it
was not wide spread. With it, the MAXIMUM OS is Mac OS 10.2.8, though
for what you're using it for, Mac OS 9.2.2 is the better way to go.

So what are/were your questions?

Here are some possible places to visit:

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