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Dell Inspiron 1525

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I am not in the means to sell this laptop but if I were, to a friend or family member. I just need an appraisal, no shipping. It's an Inspiron 1525 from August 2008. It has been well taken care of and just has light wear on the lid. Specs:

Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit
Intel Core 2 Duo T5850 @ 2.16GHz
3GB DDR2 RAM
320GB 5400RPM
1440x900 15.6" display
Intel Integrated Graphics GMA 965


Also the battery is in poor performance condition. It only gets about 30 minutes. I also removed the stickers if that means anything.

EDIT: All components are STOCK. Nothing has been replaced.
If you need pics just say.
Edited by NuclearSlurpee - 7/22/11 at 12:57pm
post #2 of 12
$250

But if your feeling kind to your family $225
post #3 of 12
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Really $250? I thought I saw some guy, Smasher or something, had a laptop about my age and it had a GTX 260 and was 17". Thanks though.
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Anyone else?
post #5 of 12
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Bump
post #6 of 12
I'd say maybe around $200, probably not much more though. For family I'd do $150-$175.
Meh >.<
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$200, $250, ehh. Not sure
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$200 max. $150 for family or friend. laptops degrade in value. also battery life it a big thing.

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Originally Posted by NuclearSlurpee View Post
Really $250? I thought I saw some guy, Smasher or something, had a laptop about my age and it had a GTX 260 and was 17". Thanks though.
A GTX260M is a way more powerful graphics card than your onboard 965.
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post #10 of 12
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Quote:
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A GTX260M is a way more powerful graphics card than your onboard 965.
I know, why is this appraisal similar to his?
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