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Topic # 115269 19-Mar-2013 22:24
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Hi guys
I own a hp pavillion dm1-4305au ihat i'm thinking to sell.
Its specs are:
AMD e1-1200 dual core 1mb L2 cache
Amd uma graphics (radeon 7310)
2gb ram
11.6 inch scrren with resoultion of 1366x768
1.5 kg

It was bought on boxing day, used a couple times
Filled with games, MS office
Nice rubbery surface
God danm good looking on the inside
Still got warrenty (cant remember hiw long)
Decent sized keyboard
Perfect for a 10 year old as they dont do much
Bought for 569. Orignly wanted it for collage (high school) but school uses pretty low tech.
Now how much is it worth?
(will post pictures later)

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  Reply # 784142 19-Mar-2013 22:33
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It's worth as much as someone will pay for it, Throw it on Trademe $1 reserve for 7 days

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  Reply # 784158 19-Mar-2013 23:24
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We call high school "college" in New Zealand now?

And yeah, the laptop is worth what someone will pay. It's obviously 569 retail so you will get less than 569 for it.

How much less will just depend on who wants a netbook at the time you are selling, and whether they want your particular one.

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