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Unibody Macbooks now on re-furb store

jms_uk

Prominent Member
£979 for the 2.4GHz is a nice price but with the current 3rd party memory issues affecting some Macs, its still a case of finding the right RAM and hoping the mac doesn't barf as a result :eek:

Still considering the same spec new (with 4GB and a miniDisplayPort - VGA adaptor) is £1250 odd, that's a pretty huge saving..

Does anyone know what defines a "refurb" (i.e. is it something that's been repaired? Any case defects etc.) - is there a way of finding out just what has been done to make it a refurb or is it just pot-luck?? :lease:
 

richard plumb

Distinguished Member
£979 for the 2.4GHz is a nice price but with the current 3rd party memory issues affecting some Macs, its still a case of finding the right RAM and hoping the mac doesn't barf as a result :eek:

Still considering the same spec new (with 4GB and a miniDisplayPort - VGA adaptor) is £1250 odd, that's a pretty huge saving..

Does anyone know what defines a "refurb" (i.e. is it something that's been repaired? Any case defects etc.) - is there a way of finding out just what has been done to make it a refurb or is it just pot-luck?? :lease:

as new, 12 months warranty, you might not get a pretty box :)

they'll replace/repair anything so you shouldn't even get cosmetic issues.
 

IanW

Prominent Member
Not bad, but I only paid £899 for my 2.4 NEW. . . . :devil:

When he has them, this guy is sound, it is where I got mine from.

Ian.
 

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