Henrico County Public Schools have announced that its used Apple iBooks it has been using in a four-year laptop program will be sold off in a one-day sale, Tuesday, August 9. That’s right, they are having a giant iBook sale.
iBook Sale: Get an iBook for the price of a video game?!
Henrico County, in Virginia, has decided to go with Dell computers for a new computer contract for their high school students. Dell offered $4 million dollars less than Apple. Henrico County has a surplus of iBooks (none older than 4 years) which they plan on auctioning off on August 9th, 2005. If you are anywhere near the Virginia area, you can take advantage of this…From 9am – 3pm, the warehouse will be auctioning off iBooks for 50 dollars a piece. First come, first served…
The address is:
361 Dabbs House Road
The rechargeable batteries in MacBooks, iBooks, PowerBooks and iPods are categorized as “lithium-ion.” Lilon batteries, as they’re often called, provide reliable power for everything from cell phones to laptops, supplying significantly more power than nickel-based cells. Basically, Lilons are not your father’s Duracell.
The following tips will extend the life of any Lilon battery whether it’s playing games, answering e-mails on your laptop or watching a movie on your iPod or iPhone.