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Topic # 112763 19-Dec-2012 16:35
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I'm looking for a MacBook Pro with any specs as long as it is 2011 or newer and has an i5 processor. As I'm a student, $950 is the most I can pay.

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  Reply # 735048 19-Dec-2012 16:39
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You'll be lucky to get one that new for $950, Macbook Pros keep a high resale price especially for the first couple years.


You will be looking at around $1400 for a 2011 13" Pro and even more if you're after a 15 or 17" model.


For what you're going to get you're probably better of spending the $950 on a brand new PC laptop that will be alot higher spec than any 2nd hand macbook pro in your price range.



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  Reply # 735080 19-Dec-2012 17:07
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Yeah, it i kinda hard to find cheap ones but TradeMe tends to have a couple in my budget usually, last night I lost an auction where a 2011 Pro sold for $955, $5 over my budget. I have a few more on my watchlist I'll be bidding on when they finish.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 736800 24-Dec-2012 10:36
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Offer finished :)

Scored a 2010 15' MacBook Pro 2.4gHz i5 for $905

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