Selma, you're seriously slipping. Add pre-owned to the title. Also, considering how many components are missing, I'd say that people are better off going for a refurbished model. They're barely any more expensive when there are sales (~$10 more expensive).
It usually takes a lot of time for a person to write a helpful post, but it only takes a few seconds to rep them.
many available in seemingly very good/good condition with only missing the manual. does not seem like a bad price, but refurb is better I guess
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Bought of few of these refurbs from Ebay and Overstock. The microusb connector is much longer then a standard micro usb so the oem ones would be another $20 from Barnes and Nobles. I ran CM7 on these and they were pretty slow even when overclocked. Out of the 5 refurbs I bought I had to return 2 due to cpu freezing (when not overclocked). If you can spend a few more bucks get a dual core, imho.
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