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Apple 13.3" MacBook Air (2017 Model): i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD EXPIRED

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6 Ave Express via eBay has Apple 13.3" MacBook Air (MQD32LL/A) on sale for $744.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks AJDemineh

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  • Intel Core i5 CPU
  • 13.3" 1440x900 LED Display
  • 8GB LPDDR3 Memory
  • 128GB SSD
  • Intel HD Graphics 6000
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • macOS High Sierra
  • Ports
    • 1x Thunderbolt 2
    • 2x USB 3.0
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Apple 13.3" MacBook Air (Mid 2017) MQD32LL/A
1-Year Apple Warranty Included

This is the newest MBA.
I'm located in CA, and there was no tax.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/202117468662



My total was $744.99 no tax.


Alternatively, the 256gb SSD is available for $919.99.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-13...2367584181
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People conveniently forget the great build quality, top-rate components (as opposed to the bargain-bin stuff with the same or better 'spec'), excellent warranty and customer service while insisting that you're paying only for the Apple brand. I'm typing this on a 7-year-old MacBook that has never failed, whose screen and trackpad still give most midrange laptops in 2017 a run for their money.

There's nothing wrong with paying for a brand that gives you back more than your money's worth.
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Agreed but it's still a Very capable computer and apart from the display, it's more or less up there. Light weight and a good entry level computer for someone wanting MacOS. ~$675 is a very good deal, use a decent credit card and get 2 years of warranty. They also have very good resale value!
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Ebay bucks over
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Just a side note, this isn't the best laptop at it's price point in terms of specs.
It's an Apple product. You're paying for the brand. This is the best price it's been this holiday season.
And if you have the 10% ebay bucks, it's the lowest it has been since you could stack Best Buy EDU and movers a couple years ago to get them for $600.
Agreed but it's still a Very capable computer and apart from the display, it's more or less up there. Light weight and a good entry level computer for someone wanting MacOS. ~$675 is a very good deal, use a decent credit card and get 2 years of warranty. They also have very good resale value!
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Are these 1080p yet?
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how does this seller have so many macbooks to sell?
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how does this seller have so many macbooks to sell?
I'm not sure, but I've noticed they and about 2 other ebay retailers are the main Macbook sellers. They sell them in extremely large quantities, thousands, and usually have a good sale, around Best Buy's sale prices after EDU coupon, once a month or so.

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Are these 1080p yet?
No, 1440 x 900.
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Just a side note, this isn't the best laptop at it's price point in terms of specs.
It's an Apple product. You're paying for the brand. This is the best price it's been this holiday season.
And if you have the 10% ebay bucks, it's the lowest it has been since you could stack Best Buy EDU and movers a couple years ago to get them for $600.
People conveniently forget the great build quality, top-rate components (as opposed to the bargain-bin stuff with the same or better 'spec'), excellent warranty and customer service while insisting that you're paying only for the Apple brand. I'm typing this on a 7-year-old MacBook that has never failed, whose screen and trackpad still give most midrange laptops in 2017 a run for their money.

There's nothing wrong with paying for a brand that gives you back more than your money's worth.
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People conveniently forget the great build quality, top-rate components (as opposed to the bargain-bin stuff with the same or better 'spec'), excellent warranty and customer service while insisting that you're paying only for the Apple brand. I'm typing this on a 7-year-old MacBook that has never failed, whose screen and trackpad still give most midrange laptops in 2017 a run for their money.

There's nothing wrong with paying for a brand that gives you back more than your money's worth.
You are absolutely right, sir.
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How to get ebay ymmv bucks ?
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Invite only, hence the YMMV. But even without it, it's probably the lowest you will see it this holiday season, since they don't collect tax.
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Invite only, hence the YMMV. But even without it, it's probably the lowest you will see it this holiday season, since they don't collect tax.
Okay. Thanks for that.
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