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February 24, 2006


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Motorola was also licensed to make Mac clones. The sales for both companies were actually decent by Mac sales terms.

when I saw how bold the words ONLY were on there I figured I'd act like a true geek and correct your error :)

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The only brands I've ever actually seen were PowerComputing (I owned a PTP 250 way back when), Motorola, and the SuperMac, 2 of which I recently gave to a friend to send to his company's plant in China to drive some old printer. We had to put system 7.5.5 on them. Talk about old technology.

Check out the speed on that PowerComputing machine! :)

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