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can someone help me with the resale value of for a MacBook Pro 15.4" 15 inch Intel Core Duo 2.16 Ghz that i bought in Jan´07

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You best bet would to be to look at eBay and it would tell you what they are selling for.
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can someone help me with the resale value of for a MacBook Pro 15.4" 15 inch Intel Core Duo 2.16 Ghz that i bought in Jan´07

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I just bought the same MBP as yours (120GB) on craigslist last month for $1000, the person originally wanted $1100. He had upgraded the memory to 2GB, gave me a marware case with it and original box and packaging.
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try this website:

Mac2Sell - Guide to used Mac & iPod - Evaluation - Argus Mac, iPod, iPhone Occasion

The estimates are slightly overpriced (I'd say by about 10 - 15%) - but it gives you a general idea.
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huh!!?! by overpriced, i think you mean underpriced. i checked the price on my iMac (a 17'' g4 1.25 ghz) and it said it would sell for 230. i also checked the price on a 1.5 ghz 17'' powerbook and it said 530. that is waaayyy less than my recent experience purchasing macs.
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huh!!?! by overpriced, i think you mean underpriced. i checked the price on my iMac (a 17'' g4 1.25 ghz) and it said it would sell for 230. i also checked the price on a 1.5 ghz 17'' powerbook and it said 530. that is waaayyy less than my recent experience purchasing macs.
They are generally 10% overpriced, at least on the Intel Macs.

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Yes, sorry I haven't used the site for anything other than intel macs - as cwa107 says, I tend to find the price for these slightly high.
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