If you don't mind old equipment check university surplus stores. I know the VT surplus store is full of old computers. Not sure how many are apples.
That's a noble cause, bawalker. Actually, today I was looking at replacing my older iMac which I've had for about 5 or 6 years that I keep at Snowshoe. It's in excellent working condition and I upgraded it with max RAM and a newer 80GB hard drive. Comes together with a printer too. Has a CD reader but not writer. I'm replacing it because it doesn't have Fire Wire or Airport, which I need in my new wireless network in the condo.
Only problem is logistics, I am in DC on a detail and won't get to Snowshoe until the weekend of April 28th. You can come down or I can drop it on the way back to DC on Sunday afternoon/early evening, since I go through Wardensville anyway.
If it's for someone who needs it, I'd be glad to reformat and give it to you.
Brad, I have a couple of older PCs that run Windows and would be great for someone only wanting to do emails or write school papers. I even have some printers that work with the machines. Would you be interested in these? I have been planning to take the computers to some place like the Salvation Army, but your idea sounds great! And they are free!!
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