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Master Geek
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Topic # 224091 1-Nov-2017 23:22
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I'm selling my old laptop, a MacBook Pro 2011 13".

 

Specs wise this has:

 

Core i5-2415M processor (2 cores 4 threads),

 

8GB DDR3 ram (only in one slot so room for upgrades)

 

1TB WD Blue 5400rpm HDD

 

macOS Sierra 10.12.6 although I can install High Sierra if the buyer wants, just haven't bothered to update personally, didn't see the point.

 

original official apple charger with the extension bit so that the transformer isn't hanging out of the plug.

 

 

 

It has a few dents on the bottom right corner of both the screen frame and the bottom half of the laptop, these don't affect the screen or computer in any way, there are no cracks on the glass on the screen.

 

I'm wanting $400 ono for this, which seems reasonable compared to TradeMe prices, I will also consider swaps for a Ryzen 3 1200 + AM4 mobo.

 

Pickup is in Norsewood or Hastings (I travel a lot between the two places) but most likely I will have to ship it which I'm going to guess for tracked courier will most likely be around $20 ish.

 

I'll take some photos of it tomorrow and reply to this post with them.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1893988 1-Nov-2017 23:48
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I'm interested. sent you a PM




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1894025 2-Nov-2017 08:34
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Sold pending payment.


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