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Topic # 61546 18-May-2010 19:23 Send private message

I have an MBP with the following specs:
Hardware Overview:

  Model Name:    MacBook Pro/Aug 2008
  Model Identifier:    MacBookPro4,1
  Processor Name:    Intel Core 2 Duo
  Processor Speed:    2.5 GHz
  Number Of Processors:    1
  Total Number Of Cores:    2
  L2 Cache:    6 MB
  Memory:    4 GB
  Bus Speed:    800 MHz
  Boot ROM Version:    MBP41.00C1.B03
  SMC Version (system):    1.28f2
 with a 500gb/7200 hdd drive
I like to switch back to MS due to my work.
What could this be worth. All working well.
Any offers


Thanks

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  Reply # 331570 18-May-2010 20:19 Send private message

Any AppleCare?



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  Reply # 331574 18-May-2010 20:26 Send private message

No,no apple care. Been used in the office mainly and still looks inmaculate!

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  Reply # 331876 19-May-2010 14:43 Send private message

Give yah 300



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  Reply # 331879 19-May-2010 14:47 Send private message

sole
Thanks for your generous estimate!
for that I'll keep it for another 5 years at work!

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  Reply # 331880 19-May-2010 14:55 Send private message

I'd estimate worth to be at least $1000.

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  Reply # 333290 22-May-2010 15:48 Send private message

I'll spot ya a tenner for it as it is only a Mac after all




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  Reply # 333309 22-May-2010 16:38 Send private message

Got the message!

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  Reply # 333332 22-May-2010 18:18 Send private message

Is that the one with the 15" screen?

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  Reply # 333333 22-May-2010 18:21 Send private message

nickd: Is that the one with the 15" screen?


Aug 2008 MBP's only came in 15.4 and 17 inch.  At that stage there were no 13" MBP's 

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  Reply # 333335 22-May-2010 18:27 Send private message

gehenna:
nickd: Is that the one with the 15" screen?


Aug 2008 MBP's only came in 15.4 and 17 inch.  At that stage there were no 13" MBP's 


soooooo does that mean its 15 or 17 inch (yes, I understand I'm being thick, having a bad day haha)....



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  Reply # 333401 22-May-2010 21:58 Send private message

Hi
here it is:
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro4,1
Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor Speed: 2.5 GHz
Number Of Processors: 1
Total Number Of Cores: 2
L2 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 4 GB
Bus Speed: 800 MHz
Boot ROM Version: MBP41.00C1.B03
SMC Version (system):
Serial Number (system):
Hardware UUID:

It is a 17"



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  Reply # 333450 23-May-2010 00:39 Send private message

Colleague at work has one of these, I believe it cost him something like $4500 new when he bought it and its still very current.

Check Trade Me, that's the only easy way to get an idea of what they are selling for



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  Reply # 333498 23-May-2010 05:53 Send private message

Insane,
thanks. TM, that's what I will do most likely.

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