"Where can I buy" questions beg a little extra info from you. It will help people answer if we knew where you are. It wouldn't help much if I were to give you a link the a US company and you lived someplace they didn't ship.
You may also wish to read through other posts in this forum from G4 iMAc owners and consider some of the problems of staying with a computer whose processor technology is poorly supported at best. The G4 processor was superseded in 2004. Eight years is a long time in technology.
I like this model, too, but I want to make sure you approach this with eyes wide open.
All data wiped clean. All start up disks supplied, Airport Extreme (wifi)
Plus itunes, iphoto, imovie, iDVD, safari, address book, garage band,
isync, ical, appleworks & classic environment.
- 1.25 GHz PowerPC G4 processor
- 256KB shared L2 cache
- 256 MB RAM upto1GB
- 80GB hard drive
- SuperDrive DVD-R/CD-RW Drive: write/read CDs / DVDs
- Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet (external DSL and cable modem ready)
- WIFI Card: Yes WIFI adaptor
- 20" viewable widescreen LCD display with easy height, tilt, and swivel
- 2 x FireWire 400 port
- 3 x highspeed USB 2.0 ports
What do you think???
Margaret I am in France
RAM is too limited, you need the maximum you can fit.
A tiny hard drive of only 80GB will frustrate you after only a few days.
And bear in mind that you cannot ever get spares for it or get it repaired, as it is officially obsolete.
Obsolete products are those that were discontinued more than seven years ago. Apple has discontinued all hardware service for obsolete products with no exceptions. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products. These include ALL G4 models. On November 23, 2011 all G5 models were declared as 'vintage'. Obsolescence cannot be far behind.
But apart from that, great machine!