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# 251507 28-Jun-2019 15:08
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A pair of silver mid-2017 MBP's, both model A1708, EMC 3164

 

 

Apple Specification:

 

2.3GHz dual-core seventh‑generation Intel Core i5 processor

 

Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz

 

Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640

 

8GB of 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory

 

Retina display

 

Two Thunderbolt 3 ports

 

 

MBP A is 128GB & Battery Cycle Count at 71 - Replacement Retail $2,199.00

 

MBP A is 256GB & Battery Cycle Count at 251 - Replacement Retail $2,549.00

 

 

They're both in excellent physical condition, without any dings, dents or scratches.

 

 

Clean Mojave installs.

 

 

Both come with original chargers & small protective carry bags.

 

 

Geekzone price half retail + courier, so the 128GB MBP is $1100, the 256GB is $1275




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  # 2266405 28-Jun-2019 16:57
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One sold, one left to go.

 

The 256GB version has a new owner, the hardly-used 128GB still needs a new home.





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  # 2268493 2-Jul-2019 14:01
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Both sold now, thank you Geekzone.




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