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Hello,

I have a DV2990CA Artist Edition that I just changed the motherboard since the old one the GPU burned (part of the nVidia 8xxx M series overheating issues).

Basic specs are:
2.00 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5750
3GB RAM
320GB (5400RPM) Drive
DVD with LightScribe
14.1" WXGA
Wireless AGN/Bluetooth

All accessories/box are included.

Bought in summer 2009.

Detailed spec sheet is:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...roduct=3756182

Thanks!
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175 shipped. The Santa Rosa chip is at least two generations behind the current one.
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It's probably going to be sold locally to a non-OCN person.
But wow that's low! I was expecting around 400 in best conditions honestly; wasn't sure though hence the thread
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I would say $250. $175 seems too low.
    
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I would say $250. $175 seems too low.
PC Laptops are prone to failure and have terrible resell value. The average laptops lasts around 2-3 years. Considering that the motherboard has already been exchanged, I do not see this laptop going for more than 200 dollars.

The processor is 3 and half years outdated, the hard drive is slow, the screen is mediocre... this all leads me to believe that this computer was a more budget laptop back in 2008. There are computers that sell for 400 dollars new that are faster than this one.

OP I am not dissing your computer, I am just giving an honest opinion. I would try searching ebay and see around how much your laptop sells for.

Good luck.
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You'd be surprised what you can sell on eBay. There are people that for some reason or another do not know they can buy new for a lil more than what they are paying on eBay. But I'm not complaining, I've made nice profits.
You can definitely get at least 300-350 on eBay. Note that 14" screens are typically higher priced than 15". If you sell on OCN, craigslist, etc, you might not get as high.
If you go the eBay route, post many many pics. Buyers love pics, you'll rack up many bids and get a nice sale.

Good luck
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PC Laptops are prone to failure and have terrible resell value. The average laptops lasts around 2-3 years. Considering that the motherboard has already been exchanged, I do not see this laptop going for more than 200 dollars.

The processor is 3 and half years outdated, the hard drive is slow, the screen is mediocre... this all leads me to believe that this computer was a more budget laptop back in 2008. There are computers that sell for 400 dollars new that are faster than this one.

OP I am not dissing your computer, I am just giving an honest opinion. I would try searching ebay and see around how much your laptop sells for.

Good luck.
I'm a bit surprised that you categorize it in budget; it cost about 1200$ in summer 2009. I though it was more mainstream.

As for looking around; I found a few dv2700's which are essentially the same category as the dv2990ca and they all are around 400-600 (the higher end ones have a T8100 CPU instead of that T5750.

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Originally Posted by drka0tic View Post
You'd be surprised what you can sell on eBay. There are people that for some reason or another do not know they can buy new for a lil more than what they are paying on eBay. But I'm not complaining, I've made nice profits.
You can definitely get at least 300-350 on eBay. Note that 14" screens are typically higher priced than 15". If you sell on OCN, craigslist, etc, you might not get as high.
If you go the eBay route, post many many pics. Buyers love pics, you'll rack up many bids and get a nice sale.

Good luck
I'll keep in mind for the pics I do know that I sometimes skip sales that don't have pictures of the product I'm looking for.
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