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  1. #1
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    How much would you pay for this?

    I'm looking to get rid of my MacBook Pro and its accessories. How much would you pay for this: 2010 MacBook Pro, with a 13 inch screen, 4GB RAM, 250GB Hard Drive Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X Snow Leopard, iLife, iWork, a Snow Leopard Pocket Guide, Apple Bluetooth Keyboard, and a laptop stand?

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    Nothing, those core2duo chips are so slow. Check ebay to see what you can get for it.
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    $60 + Delivery

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    Above $1,000.

    Less than $2,000

    Helpful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom Active View Post
    Above $1,000.

    Less than $2,000

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    A little bit, I'm likely going to put it up on ebay.

  6. #6
    You may want to do the research yourself because with the vague description it makes it really difficult knowing what it is worth.

    Here is how you can find out the value.

    Go to eBay, go to advanced search and type in what you have and mark completed listings only. It will give you the current value of what every you have!

  7. #7
    I think, ebay is the best option to know exact price of MacBook Pro. However I will prefer to below $800.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FS-Michael View Post
    I'm looking to get rid of my MacBook Pro and its accessories. How much would you pay for this: 2010 MacBook Pro, with a 13 inch screen, 4GB RAM, 250GB Hard Drive Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X Snow Leopard, iLife, iWork, a Snow Leopard Pocket Guide, Apple Bluetooth Keyboard, and a laptop stand?
    Check the current price of the same configuration.
    Check eBay for the price for this {Old items }.
    Keep a price which will make someone grab at you.

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    A hardware comparable windows laptop would be less then $300

    But since it's a Mac, the name adds $500. So my high end guesstimate would be $800 shipped.

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    craigslist for sure, check out those prices too.
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    try to submit bid in ebay in bid hopefully you will get some good rate

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