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Topic # 60306 23-Apr-2010 23:51
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Apple MacbookPro 17" + I can throw in the bag I was using to carry it around (a proper laptop sidebag, used)

- 2.8GHz Intel C2D, 6MB shared L2 cache
- 4GB of 1066mhz DDR3 RAM
- 500GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
- 17" (diagonal) LED-backlit high-resolution glossy widescreen display; 1920 by 1200 pixels
- nVidia GeForce 9400M and nVidia GeForce 9600M GT graphics processors with 512MB of GDDR3 memory
- Built in iSight Video Camera
- 8x slot-loading super drive (dvd+r dl/dvd+rw/cd-rw)
-Comes with Snow Leopard disc as well as Leopard disc

mini display port, express card/34 slot, firewire 800 port, three usb 2.0 ports, optical digital audio/analog audio input and output ports; built in stereo speakers
Built in 10/100/1000base-t Ethernet
built in airport extreme wireless networking 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR,
backlit keyboard and ambient light sensor.

Has an Invisible SHIELD (from ZAGG) applied to it - covering and protecting the lid, the bottom, the area surrounding the touchpad, as well as the edges. Cost me around $80

Has a new battery installed - 55cycle counts at the time of writing this.
The keyboard looks like new - I have used a keyboard protector ever since I got it.

Still under the normal warranty. You can still buy apple care if you want.

An awesome laptop, but far too big for me to lug around anymore. I'm getting more and more mobile.

Includes all the original box, discs, etc.

Hardly used. Excellent condition.

Also I will include a copy of a program called "Squeeze" - US$12.95 if you purchase it. I will give you the key also.


Finally, the price: $3450.00 - might be able to go a little lower if there is someone seriously interested (though, not by much)

If you are interested, please PM me or contact me on my cell: 021 870 677





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  Reply # 325602 1-May-2010 17:13
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