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Apple MacBook 12" Notebook,Intel Core M5-6Y54 Dual-Core, 512GB PCI-E SSD, 8GB, 802.11ac, Bluetooth, MacOS 11.4 El Capitan - Gold Until Midnight PST $999.99

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These MacBook notebooks are NEW in condition and come with a Woot warranty (not an Apple warranty). This is why we can offer a discount. These were originally intended as warranty replacements, and held by Apple to support their customers. Now we offer them to you!
12-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2304-by-1440 resolution at 226 pixels per inch with support for millions of colors
1.2GHz dual-core Intel Core M-6Y54 processor (Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz) with 4MB shared L3 cache
512GB PCI-E based flash memory storage
8GB of 1600MHz LPDDR3 onboard memory
Intel HD Graphics 515 processor for an outstanding everyday graphics experience.
Built-in FaceTime camera for video chatting

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While this is a good deal,

These do not have warranty by Apple. They also most likely won't qualify for AppleCare protection plan AND AppleCare+ AND if you have a decent credit card, then they might not qualify for the extended warranty as well.

You might end up with a model with AppleCare still active which would allow you to buy AppleCare protection plan but it's a long shot.

Knowing how much Apple products cost to repair, I would think twice before buying a computer without warranty.


Having said that,

If you are willing to take the risk, this is a good deal on a very nice computer if you are not a power user.
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I've had a MacBook Air, Pro Retina 13, and MacBook 12 Retina. In my experience none have had any issues.
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I've had a MacBook Air, Pro Retina 13, and MacBook 12 Retina. In my experience none have had any issues.
Does that mean no Macbook ever had and will?
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I've had a MacBook Air, Pro Retina 13, and MacBook 12 Retina. In my experience none have had any issues.
and I've never fallen down a manhole....doesn't mean it won't happen...
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use the $50 you save using discover card and buy the 3 yr square trade warranty for $75 if it helps you sleep better.
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This would be fine (albeit extremely pricey) for casual web surfing and checking emails. I don't think I'd recommend it for any heavy usage / multitasking.

IMO, I could never justify buying this thing for even this price, but then again, I have no need for ultraportability over performance.
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I've had a MacBook Air, Pro Retina 13, and MacBook 12 Retina. In my experience none have had any issues.
I have a MBP. 2 motherboards replaced already on my dime (2012 model).
Now its acting up again, and Apple says no longer supported.
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I have a MBP. 2 motherboards replaced already on my dime (2012 model).
Now its acting up again, and Apple says no longer supported.
That's crazy. I haven't ever had any issues with mine. I had a 2008ish MacBook Pro 13 that I swapped out in 2014 ish for a 2013 MacBook Pro 15 since I started to run into a wall of performance needs. Never had a lick of trouble except for the power brick shorting out which Apple replaced no questions asked. Shoot I even sold that 2008 MacBook on eBay for $850 or so at the time.

Are you a more of a desk user or lap user? I know a couple people that damaged theirs because they always used it before going to bed and had it on their lap in bed. No way for the laptop to use its fan.
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