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Need selling advice: MB pro 15'

Oct 16, 2007
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Hi I'm currently trying to sell my MB Pro 15' to an interested party in New Zealand to help with the cost of buying a MB Air. I have 2GHz Intel Core Duo, 1GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRam, running on Leopard, haven't installed Bootcamp ever =, and slight aluminum wear next to touchpad and a few dings on my case. How much should I ask for I don't need this mammoth machine anymore and want to get it off quick. I will probably wipe it clean back to default when selling if that makes a difference. Thanks for all the help in advance.
*Also the click on my touchpad makes a sound like its harder to push down when i touch it straight at the top but nowhere else . Don't know if thats a problem or not. Also I know the pics aren't tagged just quick snaps to get quote.





Dec 15, 2004
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Your Mac's Specs
MacPro, MBP C2D, iMac G4
I would keep your MBP, and not even consider getting a MBA.

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