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Seems like my Atrix can do pretty much everything I was using my laptop for except creating and editing Office Documents (QuickOffice does 90% of what I need though). Thinking I should sell my Lenovo since its only seeing maybe 5hrs of use a week now- if that.

Specs:

Intel SU7300 CULV Dual Core CPU @ 1.3ghz
4GB DDR3 1066 RAM (2x2gb)
Intel 4500MHD GPU
320GB HDD
14" LED lit LCD 1366x768 res
1.3MP Webcam
WiFi A/B/G/N
Win7 x64 Home Premium
6 Cell Battery
DVD-RW Drive
HDMI Output
(no BT but I do have a mico USB adapter for it)

Usually gets about 4hr30min battery life w/ Wifi browsing, playing music, and Office open. 80% of the time it was plugged in so battery wear is @ 0%. Its in perfect condition minus the usual shine on parts of the keyboard and mousepad.

Only issue I have had with it is that the HDD once seemed as though the head got jammed (from drive going to sleep) and required a reboot. I have since disabled the drive power down feature to avoid any further issue.

Any idea on a good starting price would be appreciated. I think used notebooks are the hardest thing to price out fairly.
Edited by theonedub - 4/10/11 at 11:46am
 
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post #2 of 6
$500 to $600 shipped
post #3 of 6
I would go with $600-650 tbh
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Well if I really wanted this model of laptop, so far the cheapest I could find is about $700. Knowing that it's an older laptop, as a minor issue, and it's used, I'd have to guess it would be around the $500-$600 range. Cause for around $650 I could get a much better and NEW laptop for that price.
post #5 of 6
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I guess everyone agrees I had no idea the laptop was still so valuable, I was thinking about half of that amount. One of my relatives is looking for a laptop, so I might just sell it to her for cheap.

Thanks for the help- Repped.
 
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post #6 of 6
Well "to each is their own" if you can market it well and find the right crowd you can sell it at almost any reasonable price. Pictures are worth a thousand words so the better quality and quantity of pictures the greater price you can get.
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