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

In the market for a used/new macbook


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Hi everyone, i am interested in purchasing one of the old aluminum macbooks (not the macbook pro). Does anyone know where I can find them for preferably under $1000?
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As you probably already know...e-Bay & Craig's List are your best choices for used Macintosh computers.

Of course if you're willing to spend $1000...you could get this for $999 (brand new):

http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...co=MTAyNTQzMzg

But it's not aluminum.

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As well as the above... if you stetch it to $1200 you're looking at the brand new Mac Pro, even though you stated you don't want that.
When you're talking "preferably under $1000" and willing to pay that much for a second unit... why not stick "around the $1000 give or take" and have the cover of warranty?
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