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For sale or trade: Aluminum Unibody Macbook £800.00

geoneo123 Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:57 Positive/0 Neutral/2 Negative
I am looking to sell my macbook to help raise the cash to get a windows laptop for my partners university course.

Its in a brand new condition as i have never taken it out of the house or used it much.

I will upload pictures soon

Specifications are as standard and it comes only with the software that is supplied with it.

I got it on the 21st of December and i have only had to charge it three times.

The Model number is MB466LL/A i believe so that might help

I am going to look for around £800 delivered because of its pristine condition and BT is the preferred method of payment.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:57 Positive/0 Neutral/2 Negative
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#2
I will buy this for you and swap :p
#3
bazzaric
I will buy this for you and swap :p


Are you able to add some on top of that and would prefer a standard size lappy

I price this Aluminum Unibody Macbook at around £775 delivered
#4
I don't mean to be rude, but you'll probably be economically better off selling and buying a plain laptop with a blu ray drive...with money to spare.
#5
Xiwt
I don't mean to be rude, but you'll probably be economically better off selling and buying a plain laptop with a blu ray drive...with money to spare.



+1 Will remove post if wanted.
#6
Xiwt
I don't mean to be rude, but you'll probably be economically better off selling and buying a plain laptop with a blu ray drive...with money to spare.


I think your right lads but i really like the looks this one which is now expired
Dell inspiron 1525
#7
Adam2050
+1 Will remove post if wanted.


I think your right

Please close and i will open another thread with it for sale
#8
If you are coming from Apple Mac... I would personally suggest looking at Sony Vaio for a Windows based Blu-Ray laptop.
#9
geoneo123;4663733
I think your right

Please close and i will open another thread with it for sale


Not allowed.. sorry. You must be knowing the rules.
#10
I have a mint condition acer 6920g, in warranty with pc world, purchased for £600.

It has a 16'' screen, blu-ray drive, 512mb dedicated graphics, running windows vista home premium. It has 3gb of ram and a 2ghz intel core 2 duo processor. Would obviously willing to add cash on top.
#11
Bryan839
I have a mint condition acer 6920g, in warranty with pc world, purchased for £600.

It has a 16'' screen, blu-ray drive, 512mb dedicated graphics, running windows vista home premium. It has 3gb of ram and a 2ghz intel core 2 duo processor. Would obviously willing to add cash on top.


I am slightly interested in this.

Can you please let me know your offer :thumbsup:
#12
geoneo123
I am slightly interested in this.

Can you please let me know your offer :thumbsup:


Umm I could possibly add £225 cash on top?
#13
Bryan839
Umm I could possibly add £225 cash on top?


Have you got the specs or pictures handy?

Does it come with anything?
#14
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#15
geoneo123
Have you got the specs or pictures handy?

Does it come with anything?


I comes with all its standard accessories including battery & charger. I will also inlcude a targus laptop bag.

Specs:

Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 / 2 GHz ( Dual-Core )
RAM - 3 GB (installed)
Hard Drive - 250 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm
Operating System - Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Screen - 16' TFT 1366 x 768 ( WXGA ) - 24-bit (16.7 million colours) - CineCrystal
Optical Drive - Blu-Ray with Dolby Home Theater Technology
Graphics - aTi 3650 512MB Dedicated Graphics
HDMI Out
Bluetooth - Yes
Notebook Camera - Integrated - 0.3 Megapixel
#16
not to sound silly or anything but why dont you just install windows on the machine, you can just get it installed so that its 100% windows machine without having to use bootcamp etc...

plus it will be a lot faster.
#17
Bryan839
I comes with all its standard accessories including battery & charger. I will also inlcude a targus laptop bag.

Specs:

Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 / 2 GHz ( Dual-Core )
RAM - 3 GB (installed)
Hard Drive - 250 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm
Operating System - Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Screen - 16' TFT 1366 x 768 ( WXGA ) - 24-bit (16.7 million colours) - CineCrystal
Optical Drive - Blu-Ray with Dolby Home Theater Technology
Graphics - aTi 3650 512MB Dedicated Graphics
HDMI Out
Bluetooth - Yes
Notebook Camera - Integrated - 0.3 Megapixel


Is £225 the highest you will go?

I just had a look and you posted this laptop a month back and it came with Planet Earth and The Matrix Trilogy Blu-Ray Box Sets.
#18
geoneo123
Is £225 the highest you will go?

I just had a look and you posted this laptop a month back and it came with Planet Earth and The Matrix Trilogy Blu-Ray Box Sets.


Oh yea forgot about those, I will throw those in aswell. Yep thats the highest I can go.
#19
Cool are you able to send the payment today through BT?
#20
darrenwooly
not to sound silly or anything but why dont you just install windows on the machine, you can just get it installed so that its 100% windows machine without having to use bootcamp etc...

plus it will be a lot faster.


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#21
geoneo123
Cool are you able to send the payment today through BT?


I can send payment from a barclays account today, dont know when it would clear, I would do it from my online account.
#22
Thanks for all the comments about bootcamp and stuff but i am not interested in using bootcamp

Lets keep it on topic of this sale.
#23
Bryan839
I can send payment from a barclays account today, dont know when it would clear, I would do it from my online account.


I have barclays aswell so shouldnt be long.

Once i have confirmation of payment sent i will wipe the HDD and pack it up.
#24
geoneo123
I have barclays aswell so shouldnt be long.

Once i have confirmation of payment sent i will wipe the HDD and pack it up.


Ok so thats a deal.
#25
Bryan839
Ok so thats a deal.


Any chance of pictures?
#26
geoneo123
Any chance of pictures?


Yep one minute.
#27
Nice one :thumbsup:
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#29
Deal moving to PM
#30
but its not bootcamp? its just a straight install of windows on your macbook, so when you switch it on from the powerup button it will only load windows... you would never have leopard on there.

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