Apple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air £684 delivered Sold by GB Buddy and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Apple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air £684 delivered Sold by GB Buddy and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 10th Jan 2015
Apple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air Dual Core i5 , 1.3GHz, Turbo Boost 4GB Ram ,128HDD, Intel HD Graphic 5000 2 x USB 3.0 Mac OX and iLife

Sold by go buddy fulfilled by Amazon

Not many left be quick!!

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How is this a good deal? 4 other sellers sell it (fulfilled by amazon)

dark_shadow

How is this a good deal? 4 other sellers sell it (fulfilled by amazon)



I'm thinking the same.

Not good deal, old model and you can find it much cheaper.

Original Poster

5 left in stock.

Care to mention where darecy (and not refurbs)?

Original Poster

Yes this is NEW.

Amazon comments say it is grey import

Old model. Now 1.4GHZ

VanHarvey

5 left in stock.


Stock going up LOL. Now 10 left oO

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darecy

Not good deal, old model and you can find it much cheaper.



And where can you find it MUCH CHEAPER?

1.3 ghz laptop for 700 quid, how's that a good deal?!?!... Oh, wait, it's an Apple... Lol.

13.3 screen for sub £700, hot.

I love my macbook air. been a very good investment for me

This looks a good price

Hot from me.

The fact that these things keep working long after other (cheaper in fairness) brands die makes them better value, long term.

This is just my opinion and my experience.

My 2 y-o Macbook looks and performs like new. Other laptops that I've used prior to the Mac have died with little or no resale value.

A business user can get the VAT back too, so at £573.33 (plus VAT) it's a very affordable purchase.

Just saying

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yulu91

CommentAnd where can you find it MUCH CHEAPER?


Ok £1 more but newest model amazon.co.uk/Mac…+13

As someone mentioned above, these could be grey imports and not covered by Apple in the UK. Remember that Fullfilled by Amazon just means that the seller sends his stock to Amazon, and the item is dispatched from Amazon warehouses. It doesn't mean that Amazon ensures the quality of the item. In fact, the seller could have put stones in the boxes, rather than a laptop :). Obviously, Amazon will ensure that if there's a problem, that the customer is satisfied / reimbursed accodingly.

This is the standard price pretty much

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eldaras

... In fact, the seller could have put stones in the boxes, ...


Then it become an apple airstone

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VanHarvey

Yes this is NEW.


VanHarvey is the seller, avoid

eldaras

As someone mentioned above, these could be grey imports and not covered … As someone mentioned above, these could be grey imports and not covered by Apple in the UK. Remember that Fullfilled by Amazon just means that the seller sends his stock to Amazon, and the item is dispatched from Amazon warehouses. It doesn't mean that Amazon ensures the quality of the item. In fact, the seller could have put stones in the boxes, rather than a laptop :). Obviously, Amazon will ensure that if there's a problem, that the customer is satisfied / reimbursed accodingly.


Also probably with a U.S. keyboard

Does not matter if it's an import. As long as it's still under Apple warranty you can walk into any store or call Apple support and you are covered. Bought mine when in Tokyo and had no support issues when i ran into some language configuration issues.

All Apple products cover a world wide warranty.
Keyboard and power supply will be main differences.

Bill de Sarce

A business user can get the VAT back too, so at £573.33 (plus VAT) it's a … A business user can get the VAT back too, so at £573.33 (plus VAT) it's a very affordable purchase.



To be clear, you can only claim the vat if used for business. Obviously there are ways around this and it's fairly easy to justify.

Ebay refurbs are much cheaper

eldaras

these could be grey imports and not covered by Apple in the UK.


IIRC, the warranty is linked to the serial number. As jelly8ean mentioned you can walk into any Apple Store in the world to get it fixed.

Great little notebook.

American keyboard

bigsofty

1.3 ghz laptop for 700 quid, how's that a good deal?!?!... Oh, wait, it's … 1.3 ghz laptop for 700 quid, how's that a good deal?!?!... Oh, wait, it's an Apple... Lol.



LOL at you

the Core i5 (I5-4250U) is very powerful CPU
cpubenchmark.net/lap…tml

silly sausage
Edited by: "KlausHeissler197" 11th Jan 2015

J0n35y

To be clear, you can only claim the vat if used for business. Obviously … To be clear, you can only claim the vat if used for business. Obviously there are ways around this and it's fairly easy to justify.



So what's your point? I started my statement with 'a business user' . . . . ??

How has this not been marked as self promotion?? lol (I cant on my mobile)

Bill de Sarce

So what's your point? I started my statement with 'a business user' . . . … So what's your point? I started my statement with 'a business user' . . . . ??



I'm merely making the point that a, as you put it, "business user" needs a legitimate business reason/use before he/she can claim vat back. Obviously not a concern for you but there are people out there, self employed, who haven't a clue about the vat system (or personal tax for that matter) and end up wrongly claiming for vat willy-nilly. Just highlighting that.

KlausHeissler197

LOL at youthe Core i5 (I5-4250U) is very powerful … LOL at youthe Core i5 (I5-4250U) is very powerful CPUhttp://www.cpubenchmark.net/laptop.htmlsilly sausage



It really isn't. It's a dual core version of an i5 with a very low clock speed.

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madmaxpayne

CommentVanHarvey is the seller, avoid



I'm not the seller?! I've brought one!!

ghnrhyhehe

It really isn't. It's a dual core version of an i5 with a very low clock … It really isn't. It's a dual core version of an i5 with a very low clock speed.



most i5s are dual core and it turbos to 2.7ghz and is faster then my 1.8ghz air cpu from 2012
try again.

it really is

Edited by: "KlausHeissler197" 11th Jan 2015

KlausHeissler197

most i5s are dual core and it turbos to 2.7ghz and is faster then my … most i5s are dual core and it turbos to 2.7ghz and is faster then my 1.8ghz air cpu from 2012try again.it really is



2.7 is still in pretty low by today's standards. But you won't be doing any gaming or serious rendering on this type of laptop anyway so it doesn't matter much. But the price is still ludicrous for the spec.

These are Grey Imports with USA keyboards....

Aberdream

2.7 is still in pretty low by today's standards. But you won't be doing … 2.7 is still in pretty low by today's standards. But you won't be doing any gaming or serious rendering on this type of laptop anyway so it doesn't matter much. But the price is still ludicrous for the spec.



This is how much premium ultrabooks cost - whether you're on Windows or OSX. And 2.7GHz is at the higher end of Ultrabook frequencies. You'd need to go to an i7 to get much faster.

Aberdream

2.7 is still in pretty low by today's standards. But you won't be doing … 2.7 is still in pretty low by today's standards. But you won't be doing any gaming or serious rendering on this type of laptop anyway so it doesn't matter much. But the price is still ludicrous for the spec.



no it isnt most mobile cpus dont like going too much into the 3ghz zone due to the heat creation and waste of battery, and for a an ultrabook type device its very good perofrmance ya man there was making abig deal of the mhz when there are mobile pentiums and celerons that are clocked at 2ghz that would get raped by these i5's

lol ludicorous my balls apple products hold their value
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