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Topic # 88471 16-Aug-2011 22:04
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My friend has an older core2duo macbook the white plastic one with
2GB rams
160GB hdd
2.1GHZ core 2 duo
13inch glossy screen

They want my laptops which are

Acer emachine e627 with
2gb ram
320gb hdd
1.6ghz amd64
15.6inch widescreen

and

HP mini 110
1gb ram
120gb hdd
1.6ghz atom cpu
10.1 inch screen

Is this a fair trade?

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  Reply # 507622 16-Aug-2011 22:38
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if you think it is fair, then it is fair.

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  Reply # 507628 16-Aug-2011 22:56
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NonprayingMantis: if you think it is fair, then it is fair.

Agreed but would I trade? My answer is Yes, because I also had one of those HP netbooks and it crapped itself after about a year or so.

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