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Re: Laptop Sale Turns Into a Stampede
Posted by Kristen Gelineau on 2005-08-17 14:33:42
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An estimated 5,500 people turned out at the Richmond International Raceway in hopes of getting their hands on one of the 4-year-old Apple iBooks. The Henrico County, Va., school district was selling 1,000 of the computers to county residents. New iBooks normally cost between $999 and $1,299.





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Re: Laptop Sale Turns Into a Stampede  Kristen Gelineau  2005-08-17 14:33:42
Re: Laptop Sale Turns Into a Stampede  dcochrane5  2005-08-18 21:13:40
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