APPLE MACBOOK PRO MC374B/A 13.3" £931 @ Pixmania
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APPLE MACBOOK PRO MC374B/A 13.3" £931 @ Pixmania

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Found 1st Jan 2010
Processor : Intel® Core?2 Duo Processor P8600
RAM : - 4 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 memory
Graphics card : NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor
Screen size : 13.3-inch
Hard drive : 250 GB SATA 5400 rpm

7 Comments

Super cold. No excuse needed, its just common sense.

this is actually 925.80 - a discount code PIXBEATVAT10 is on the page, but postage starts from £6.80

striker33

Super cold. No excuse needed, its just common sense.



Common sense would be to vote based on whether or not you can buy this cheaper anywhere else - personally I wouldn't buy a Mac, but if this is the cheapest deal and posting it helps someone then it's got to be hot.

Guswold

Common sense would be to vote based on whether or not you can buy this … Common sense would be to vote based on whether or not you can buy this cheaper anywhere else - personally I wouldn't buy a Mac, but if this is the cheapest deal and posting it helps someone then it's got to be hot.



Any person who regularly visits this site would know that its been cheaper in various other retailers recently.

You also need to taje into account the awful retailer and the fact that the new Macbooks will be out in a few months time, and will more than likely include intels i series processors.

For £15 more you could also use Apples education store, which includes a 3 year warranty.

striker33

Any person who regularly visits this site would know that its been … Any person who regularly visits this site would know that its been cheaper in various other retailers recently.You also need to taje into account the awful retailer and the fact that the new Macbooks will be out in a few months time, and will more than likely include intels i series processors.



striker33

For £15 more you could also use Apples education store, which includes a … For £15 more you could also use Apples education store, which includes a 3 year warranty.



That's fine - but it would have been helpful if you'd said that in the first place and shared where it can be bought cheaper/better. At least you may then help people make an informed decision rather than relying on "common sense".
Edited by: "Guswold" 1st Jan 2010

buyersguide.macrumors.com/

A handy link for those thinking of getting a mac - refreshes of the range occur every 4-10 months so be its best to consult this guide to ensure you aren't spending a significant amount days before a refresh.
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