Refurbished MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 13.3" £694 Delivered from Apple (Save £122) + 4% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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13.3-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display

2GB memory

250GB hard drive

NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics

Built-in 7-hour battery

Apple Certified Refurbished Products

- Quality products/great prices
- Stringent refurbishment process prior to sale
- Covered by Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty
- AppleCare Protection Plan can be purchased
- Supplies are limited

Model Refurbished MacBook
Processor 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
L2 Cache 3MB shared
Frontside bus 1066MHz
Memory 2GB (two 1GB SO-DIMMs) of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM; two SO-DIMM slots support up to 4GB
Hard drive 250GB 5400-rpm Serial ATA hard disk drive1
Slot-loading optical drive 8x slot-loading SuperDrive (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
Display 13.3-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display with support for millions of colors
Graphics and video support NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory2

Extended desktop and video mirroring: Simultaneously supports full native resolution on the built-in display and up to 2560 by 1600 pixels on an external display, both at millions of colors

Built-in iSight camera

Mini DisplayPort
Video output options DVI output using Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter

VGA output using Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter

Dual-link DVI output using Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter supports 30-inch Apple Cinema HD Display (optional)
Input

* Built-in full-size keyboard with 78 (U.S.) or 79 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys (inverted T arrangement)
* Multi-Touch trackpad for precise cursor control; supports two-finger scrolling, pinch, rotate, swipe, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, and drag capabilities

Connections and expansion

* MagSafe power port
* Gigabit Ethernet port
* Mini DisplayPort
* Two USB 2.0 ports (up to 480 Mbps)
* Audio in/out
* Kensington lock slot

Audio

* Built-in stereo speakers
* Built-in omnidirectional microphone
* Combined optical digital output/headphone out (user-selectable analog audio line in)
* Supports Apple Stereo Headset with microphone

Communications

* Built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi wireless networking3 (based on IEEE 802.11n draft specification)
* Built-in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
* Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)

Size and weight

* Height: 1.08 inches (2.74 cm)
* Width: 13.00 inches (33.03 cm)
* Depth: 9.12 inches (23.17 cm)
* Weight: 4.7 pounds (2.13 kg)4
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#1
Good value but still new MBP's expected imminently

Heat added
#2
stupid question which i suppose i could find the answer to if i wasnt lazy, but is it possible to get the HE discount on refurbs?
#3
fmushtaq
stupid question which i suppose i could find the answer to if i wasnt lazy, but is it possible to get the HE discount on refurbs?


not sure tbh
#4
Voted cold.

Get a brand new one from Dixons for £763.22

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/apple-macbook-mc207b-a-03933463-pdt.html
#5
you will get 4% quidco on this as well
#6
DavieDeal
you will get 4% quidco on this as well


Thanks, have amended title. Also 3.5% topcashback:-D
#7
fmushtaq
stupid question which i suppose i could find the answer to if i wasnt lazy, but is it possible to get the HE discount on refurbs?


Not a stupid question, but no you can't.
#8
As a student you're better off getting a new one - it's only £701:

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000702
#9
ll Deano ll
Voted cold.

Get a brand new one from Dixons for £763.22

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/apple-macbook-mc207b-a-03933463-pdt.html


And what exactly is the advantage of paying an extra £70 for that?

With laptops, refurb usually means the box is damaged or its been used briefly and sent back. It does not mean its old and second hand, it will still appear to be in brand-new conditon and gets the full 1-year warranty.
#10
bma1445
As a student you're better off getting a new one - it's only £701:

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000702


Yep and 3-year warranty with all education purchases.
#11
J400uk
And what exactly is the advantage of paying an extra £70 for that?

With laptops, refurb usually means the box is damaged or its been used briefly and sent back. It does not mean its old and second hand, it will still appear to be in brand-new conditon and gets the full 1-year warranty.


In some cases it does mean that they've repaired it and 'looked over it' so whose to decide which one someone will get?

Besides that, the other poster found it brand new for £701 so either way this gets my cold vote.
#12
ll Deano ll
In some cases it does mean that they've repaired it and 'looked over it' so whose to decide which one someone will get?

Besides that, the other poster found it brand new for £701 so either way this gets my cold vote.


You have to be a university student to get it brand new for £701....
#13
J400uk
You have to be a university student to get it brand new for £701....


Like I said, either way..

I'd rather pay the extra £70 and not worry whether it's been repaired or not.
#14
ll Deano ll
Like I said, either way..

I'd rather pay the extra £70 and not worry whether it's been repaired or not.


Fair enough, but Apple refurbs are as new, and you could buy 3 year Applecare off ebay for £70.

I know what I'd rather do.
#15
best deal in this galaxy. ordered 500.

This also gives you a soul.

p.s: how ironic is the OP name?
#16
MadonnaProject
p.s: how ironic is the OP name?

Do you mean Apple users = sheep?
#17
MadonnaProject
best deal in this galaxy. ordered 500.

This also gives you a soul.

p.s: how ironic is the OP name?


Care to explain?
#18
All gone!
#19
ll Deano ll

I'd rather pay the extra £70 and not worry whether it's been repaired or not.


Well that would be a waste of money IMO, given its the same laptop with the same period of warranty cover.

Wicked Lester
you could buy 3 year Applecare off ebay for £70.


eBay Applecare is a scam, see http://reviews.ebay.com/FAKE-APPLECARE-APPLE-CARE-A-warning-to-buyers_W0QQugidZ10000000011731235 and http://discuss.50plus.com/ipb/index.php?showtopic=23432&st=0&p=246604&#entry246604
#20
ll Deano ll
In some cases it does mean that they've repaired it and 'looked over it' so whose to decide which one someone will get?

Besides that, the other poster found it brand new for £701 so either way this gets my cold vote.


Apple only sell Grade A refurbs. You are referring to grade B. Apple products when sold as refurbs are as new, you wouldn't have anyway of knowning they were not new apart from the white box packaging.

Grade B refurbs are when the devices are used and have been repaired. With these you are likely to get cosmetic damage.
#21
These deals come up regularly enough if you keep an eye on apples refurb store
#22
Bought one of these last month - other than the packaging, you'd not know it's a 'refurb'. Besides, refurbished products have typically gone through more testing than the new equivalent - better QC, and 120 off the retail price with the same 1 year warranty... it's a no-brainer if you're in the market for a MacBook.
#23
J400uk
Well that would be a waste of money IMO, given its the same laptop with the same period of warranty cover.



eBay Applecare is a scam, see http://reviews.ebay.com/FAKE-APPLECARE-APPLE-CARE-A-warning-to-buyers_W0QQugidZ10000000011731235 and http://discuss.50plus.com/ipb/index.php?showtopic=23432&st=0&p=246604&#entry246604

Sounds like the same guy both times. I don't believe it is a scam at all (and I've used them for years
with no issue).
#24
Adamo
Sounds like the same guy both times. I don't believe it is a scam at all (and I've used them for years
with no issue).


How do you think the eBay sellers are able to sell the Applecare codes for less than Apples wholesale price then?
#25
J400uk
How do you think the eBay sellers are able to sell the Applecare codes for less than Apples wholesale price then?


Bulk buying, retail outlets going out of business, etc.

Don't spread FUD by stating something is fact when in fact many sellers are entirely legit.
#26
Wicked Lester
Bulk buying, retail outlets going out of business, etc.

Don't spread FUD by stating something is fact when in fact many sellers are entirely legit.


I'm not spreading FUD you idiot, there is a huge ammount of pages on the internet saying the same as I am! I even fell for it FFS and have loads of Apple products, its not like I am one of those ******s who go arround slagging off all things Apple. thats not me at all.

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