Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
A recent trip to the local Sears store in King of Prussia, PA revealed that the iBook is on display and available for purchase there. If you just want to have a look at an iBook, try going to Sears, but they are probably selling them as fast as they can get them. A recent article in theiMac.com (“iBooks at Sears – get ‘em while you can!“) reports on the availability of iBooks at Sears and at other places and offers advice on using Sears’ price matching policy to get a good price.
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