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

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I purchased a MAcBook Pro on E Bay and it arrived with a different keyboard than I am used to.

Anyone ever seen this before?

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I have that one. It is the keyboard the MBPs had before the unibodies came out.
What model is your Mac? Mine is 4,1. What are your specs (HDD, processor, RAM, etc.)?
Oh yeah, and how much did you pay if you don't mind me asking?
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As MYmacROX said, that is the keyboard of the old macbook pro. Did the seller say that it was the older version of the macbook pro and not the current version?

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As MYmacROX said, that is the keyboard of the old macbook pro. Did the seller say that it was the older version of the macbook pro and not the current version?
It was advertised as being purchased in early 2008. Funny thing is that I have one I bought new in early 07 with a keyboard exactly the same as the current ones.
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I have that one. It is the keyboard the MBPs had before the unibodies came out.
What model is your Mac? Mine is 4,1. What are your specs (HDD, processor, RAM, etc.)?
Oh yeah, and how much did you pay if you don't mind me asking?
Item specifics - Apple Laptops
Condition: Used Processor Type: Intel Core 2 Duo
Product Family: MacBook Processor Speed (per Core): 2,400 MHz
Screen Size: 15 inches Processor Configuration: Dual Core
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard Memory (RAM): 4,000 MB
Primary Drive: DVD+/-R/RW Hard Drive Capacity (GB): 160 GB
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