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MacBook pro 2010 . Any issues?


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Im about to buy a 2nd hand Macbook pro from april 2010. The battery is fine, still able to achieve original spec battery life. It has no scratches or dents. Is there any general manufacturer issues that this model has? anything i should be aware of? Im aiming for 3years use from now. Will it be fine? I mean, i know that nobody knows what will happen tomorrow. But can i trust this computer? A thinkpad doesnt crash as much as an HP. Thats what i mean.

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From whom are you purchasing it from? Off Craig's List? eBay? A friend? I think you understand that any used item whether it be a MBP or an automobile may have hidden defects; that's why it's very important to think about where it's being purchased from.

As far as 2010 MacBook Pro machines in general.... they're excellent machines just like all others manufactured by Apple.
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