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FS: MacBook Aluminium Unibody 13" £650.00

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:37 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
Absolutely Mint Condition MacBook Unibody 13"

10.5.8
2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
2GB 1067MHZ DDR3
160GB Hard Drive
Superdrive
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M

Boxed with everything!!!

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:37 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#2
hi there, does it come with operating system disc & software disc too? what year/ model is it? any warranty? thanks
#3
iainbain
hi there, does it come with operating system disc & software disc too? what year/ model is it? any warranty? thanks


Yes it does. Everything that cam in the box as new.

November 2008.

I do have Applecare that I was going to transfer to another Macbook but would entertain making it part of the deal for more money.
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billyoftheknight
Yes it does. Everything that cam in the box as new.

November 2008.

I do have Applecare that I was going to transfer to another Macbook but would entertain making it part of the deal for more money.


ahh ok. what is the difference from this model to the early 2009 macbook? also when will the applecare expire on this then if it is included? thanks
#5
iainbain
ahh ok. what is the difference from this model to the early 2009 macbook? also when will the applecare expire on this then if it is included? thanks


Think the difference was a small upgrade in the speed but I am not 100% sure.

Just looked on the Apple site for an estimated date of expiry for Applecare and it came back as November 18, 2011
#6
iainbain
ahh ok. what is the difference from this model to the early 2009 macbook? also when will the applecare expire on this then if it is included? thanks


Battery improved as well mate
#7
For anyone who wants more info,
the first model is a Macbook. The 2nd revision changed to a Macbook Pro.

result is a Slight speed increase + FireWire 800 and a SD card reader ports on left side, plus a better battery life (although non-removable as a downside). As far as im aware, this Macbook has a removeable battery?
#8
korndevil666
For anyone who wants more info,
the first model is a Macbook. The 2nd revision changed to a Macbook Pro.

result is a Slight speed increase + FireWire 800 and a SD card reader ports on left side, plus a better battery life (although non-removable as a downside). As far as im aware, this Macbook has a removeable battery?


Yes. Removable battery and no SD or Firewire.
#9
very interested in this. So you say it comes with 2 discs? How long is battery life on this? Thanks
#10
Yes 2 discs.

Battery life I wouldn't know. Depends on how you use it. I always have a lot of programs running and I rarely have had the MacBook off the mains as I have a MacBook Air I use 90% of the time.
#11
billyoftheknight
Yes 2 discs.

Battery life I wouldn't know. Depends on how you use it. I always have a lot of programs running and I rarely have had the MacBook off the mains as I have a MacBook Air I use 90% of the time.


Ahhh ok. Well do you know if it will last over 5 hours at all? Any chance on price being lowered too? Thanks
#12
iainbain
Ahhh ok. Well do you know if it will last over 5 hours at all? Any chance on price being lowered too? Thanks


Took a screen grab whilst running Safari with 6 tabs open and running the internet through a mobile Three dongle and this is the result.

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#13
Hi mate, whats the lowest you would go on this? I am very interested, but its out of my price range by about £80! I dont suppose you know the weight? Also, does it get hot after a couple of hours use? I get third degree burns from my Dell!

Alas - last questions, I promise. How much did you pay for it (If you dont mind me asking) & when did you buy it?

FINAL question, are there ANY marks at all or any keys faded? Thanks mate
#14
Spellstef
Hi mate, whats the lowest you would go on this? I am very interested, but its out of my price range by about £80! I dont suppose you know the weight? Also, does it get hot after a couple of hours use? I get third degree burns from my Dell!

Alas - last questions, I promise. How much did you pay for it (If you dont mind me asking) & when did you buy it?

FINAL question, are there ANY marks at all or any keys faded? Thanks mate


Really can't go anywhere on the price. This is cheap. On auction stes they are going for £680 Buy It Now and are no way as in good condition as mine.

Doesn't get hot unless you play YouTube for hours and hours. I have a 15" that gets hotter a lot quicker.
I paid £1168.00 in Nov 08.
Tiny scratches on the base. None on anywhere else. Keys are 100% as bluetooth keyboard used.

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