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Xbo360 for Powerbook 17"?


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Hey everyone, I have a xbox360 bundle consiting of a core system ($300) extra controller ($40), Harddrive ($100), memory unit ($40), and 4 games ($240). Someone wants to trade a 17" powerbook g4 1.67ghz. He says he got it through ebay. He says it's in great condition and he just wants to get an xbox360 quick and has no use for his mac. Does this seem reasonable? Or could it be a scam. It just seems to good to be true.

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Hey everyone, I have a xbox360 bundle consiting of a core system ($300) extra controller ($40), Harddrive ($100), memory unit ($40), and 4 games ($240). Someone wants to trade a 17" powerbook g4 1.67ghz. He says he got it through ebay. He says it's in great condition and he just wants to get an xbox360 quick and has no use for his mac. Does this seem reasonable? Or could it be a scam. It just seems to good to be true.

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can you test the mac? can you get the mac first to make sure it is in working order?
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I would go check it out in person if that's possible.

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It does sound almost too good to be true, but there are some people who dislike Macs so much that you never know. I agree , check it out if you can in person.
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Do it in person or don't do it at all. Sounds like a possible scam.
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Check it out, Decent deal
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nice deal. but man, risky.

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