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If you were to choose between the Macbook aluminum late 2008 2gb cpu and the macbook late october 2009(white plastic), which one will you choose and why? cause i am buying a second hand mac and the owner has these two and i will like to choose the best among them.
RAM and Hardisk is not a problem cause i will upgrade them anyway to 4g ram and at least 320gb HDD.
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If you were to choose between the Macbook aluminum late 2008 2gb cpu and the macbook late october 2009(white plastic), which one will you choose and why? cause i am buying a second hand mac and the owner has these two and i will like to choose the best among them.
RAM and Hardisk is not a problem cause i will upgrade them anyway to 4g ram and at least 320gb HDD.
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