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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Lots of new ibook 12 1.2ghz for sale ???

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Wondering why so many new 12in ibooks are up for sale. Personally I'm selling mine because I picked up on a once in lifetime deal for a 15in 1.5ghz PB for $1k. Couldn't pass it up, so I figured I'd just sell the ibook, and call it a trade. Seems the market is flooded with 2 week or 2month old ibook 12in 1.2ghz. What's up with that?? Any thoughts

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My guess would probably be cause they know they can get almost near the retail price for it, and cause of the new Powerbooks (price drop, back-lit keyboards on the 15's etc.) so they want them now
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