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#62925 17-Jun-2010 01:18
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For Sale:
MacBook 13" Unibody (Early 2009 Model) - Running OSX 10.6 or Linux (You decide here)
In perfect condition, nice clean tidy laptop. Had 2 dents on the outer casing but it's not really noticable.

Specs:
2.0GHz Core 2 Duo
2gb of DDR3 Ram
nVidia 9400M Graphics Card
13" LED Lit Screen
160GB Hard Drive
Superdrive (Writes CD's and DVD's)
2x USB 2.0 Ports, Audio in and out (With Optical too) and a Mini-Displaylink Port.
Battery lasts 5hrs on average, been well looked after.
Comes with 13" Slipcover Case (Logitech, with 2 pockets to fit USB Drives etc in)
This model does not have the backlit keyboard.

The reason for selling is I do not need to do demanding computing and since I run Linux anyway would like to just get a Netbook.
Paid $3100 for it at the start of 2009, make me a offer. It's a great machine and works as good as when I bought it.

This model doesn't burn your lap as bad as the MacBook Pro's nowdays. I also have the box, and all disc's for it. Can chuck in Office 2008 Student Edition and a Logitech Wireless Laser Mouse (the one with the nano reciever) too.




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Is this a Plastic one or the Aluminium model before they turned them into macbook pros

edit: Reading this again, paying $3000, Is this a Macbook pro?

 
 
 

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  #343284 19-Jun-2010 18:16
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Aluminum Model :) - It's just a MacBook - bought it when the Aluminum model first came out.




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