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Wanted:
Wanted: MacBook Pro Aluminium Unibody 13" or 15"

Will Ship To: Anywhere

I can pay on Sunday of this week (When I sell my Desktop).

I'm looking for a Unibody MacBook Pro 13 inch or 15 inch

Must be in good physical condition.

When replying, tell me the specifications: CPU, RAM, HDD, Size of Screen, etc. And what it includes.

My max budget is $1000. Something with some warranty on it. Must not be more than 2 years old. The year is 2012, so nothing older than 2010.
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late 2010 Macbook air
ultimae specs
core 2 duo 2.13
13 inch
256 ssd
4gb memory

Its just as fast as my macbook pro sandy bridge platform, macbook pro just handles lightroom better, Photoshop on the macbook air is still amazing
Video design though is a problem, doing intense after effects takes its toll of course...


But good luck with finding somebody
Of which check out if you have the cash for it
check out xoticpc..they have some really killer deals on notebooks with really good quality parts...
Also apples refurb section

Good luck with find( waiting for both my air and pro to get to my new place across the country right now)
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sick. I just picked up a macbook pro 13" unibody 2010 model. 2.4GHz C2D, 8GB DDR3 1067MHz, 250GB HDD, Geforce 320M (I think).

All for 850 CAD. Pretty sweet find off of CL if I say so myself. It is literally mint. And I salvaged a barracuda 500GB AAKS for my external drive for Time Machine.

I'm stoked. I really needed a MBP for university this september, so I decided to sell my desktop (still in sig) for it. I'm very pleased so far.

I'm actually tethering right now in the car on the way home from meeting the guy.

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ya that 320m is nice could be better though...works for lightroom and tethering with a t2i smile.gif

Enjoy the lightweight
excited to see new processors come out and the ability with macs to change processors and gpus out tongue.gif

OH
can the 2010 version go up to 16 gb of memory like the 2011 models?
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ya that 320m is nice could be better though...works for lightroom and tethering with a t2i smile.gif
Enjoy the lightweight
excited to see new processors come out and the ability with macs to change processors and gpus out tongue.gif
OH
can the 2010 version go up to 16 gb of memory like the 2011 models?

If i'm right, there might be a mobo limitation on how much you can install.

Even then, 16GB is kinda overkill (for me at least).

The 320M is decent. I can play CSS at 30 FPS (which is awful, but it is playable, to be honest)

In a way that's a good thing, since I don't have to go into Terminal to disable beam sync.

I'm happy, I can game, listen to music, and all without a hiccup. And it's perfect for school too smile.gif
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it is but at the same photoshop and after effects takes advantage of it

I played skyrim on my macbook air core two duo
was pretty amazing to say the least then played it on a macbook pro newer one and it was ridiculous,

all i know is that i need to get up from this crown and coke couch and walk to the store to grab a nice amount of wacky tobacky
ten months will get you wanting to have a descent smoke
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