[NTLK] OT: Vintage Apple stuff, anyone?

Mr. David M. Ensteness denstene at mac.com
Mon Mar 1 18:22:21 EST 2010

For help in determining what they are:

Pismos had USB and FireWire
Lombards had USB and SCSI
Wallstreets were the same form factor but larger, had a black KB and had ADB, Serial and SCSI
Prior to that was what some call the Kanga or 3500, it looks like a 3400 but has a G3 CPU


On Mar 1, 2010, at 5:09 PM, Ross Deihm wrote:

> Snap a pic of that g3 with the translucent keyboard if u can. Sounds like a
> pismo or wallstreet with a replaced keyboard. Might be worth a look at, I
> can always use a new g3!

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