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    Sgt Beavis's Avatar
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    Oct 18, 2006
    Thinking about upgrading.. What is my MBP worth?
    Hi guys,

    I wanted to get a few opinions about the value of my MBP. I'm thinking about selling it and getting a new one.

    I bought it in Nov 2007 and it is still in outstanding condition. It has pretty much spent the vast majority of its life on my desk. I don't travel with it very often. There are no scratches or dead pixels. My applecare warranty is good until Nov 10, 2009. I checked the apple care site and it is transferable.

    Here are the specs:

    Proc: 2.33GHz Core2Duo
    Mem: 3GB
    HDD: 250GB
    BusSpeed: 667Mhz
    OS: Leopard

    Office 2007
    iLife 09

    Any thoughts as to how much I should ask for this MBP?

    Best Regards,
    Th3 B3@v

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    gagnerants's Avatar
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    Dec 23, 2007
    Claremont, Ca
    iPod Nano 4gb, 20" 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo, 2GB of ram, ATI HD 2600 pro
    I would try this site maybe, it's the only one that I can remember right now.

    Trade-In Your Mac | PowerMax

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