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Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro 15in (Retina) - 2.4GHz Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 256GB Flash $749

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MegaMacs offers the refurbished 4.5-lb. 2013 Apple MacBook Pro Intel Core i7 2.4GHz 15.4" Laptop with Retina Display, model no. ME664LL/A, for $748.99 with free shipping.

It features an Intel Core i7 2.4GHz quad-core processor, 15.4" 2880x1800 LED-backlit Retina display, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1GB graphics card, 802.11n wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, two Thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, HDMI, FaceTime 720p webcam, media card reader, and Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra. (No optical drive is included.)

https://megamacs.com/product_deta...t_id=16582

A 90-day MegaMacs warranty applies.
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2013 model
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Lol 90 day warranty for $800 lappy
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Lol 90 day warranty for $800 lappy
LOL an MBP with i7, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB hard drive for $750. It's like the plastic Windows laptop shills haven't noticed that their numbers are meaningless in the Mac world.
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Is this a reputed seller? Never heard of them
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Early 2013 model for $800, I guess most ppl would pass on this.
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Early 2013 model for $800, I guess most ppl would pass on this.
Yeah, mostly will be obsolete in 2 years.
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These have problems with gpu overheating. Appple issued sorta recalls to replace them.
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Can't say if this is a good price, but I can tell you that I have this model but with a 512GB SSD (got new from my employer) and it's still plenty fast with current software.
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This isn't a bad deal, especially with the new OEM 85w power cord included. And a 90 day warranty is better than buying it from a person on Craigslist! I bought a used MacBook Pro with specs just under this (a 2013 model), and I updated it to the newest OS and it runs like a dream - even better than my much newer PC. And the Retina screen is awesome! I saw this model (ME664LL/A) on Amazon (used) for just over $700. You might be able to find a newer MacBook Air for a similar price, but the specs will not be as good. Long story short, this MacBook is a solid computer, although I too am curious about the seller...will see what others say.
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Rolling the dice... In for 1. Thanks OP
will report back when i receive it. fingers crossed
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I purchased one too last night. I got the confirmation email but nothing has been processed. I can't login to my account, keeps telling me my password is incorrect. The reset password functionality is bad. Also have tried their chat function and no one seems to monitor it. It automatically closed on me after no response in 10 min. Not holding my breath
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I purchased one too last night. I got the confirmation email but nothing has been processed. I can't login to my account, keeps telling me my password is incorrect. The reset password functionality is bad. Also have tried their chat function and no one seems to monitor it. It automatically closed on me after no response in 10 min. Not holding my breath
Mine hasnt shipped either, bought morning of 12/18. gave the store a call yesterday and sounds like they were inundated from this sale - backlogged on fulfillment but slowly working through the orders according to the manager FWIW
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How is battery life not a concern on a ~5 year old laptop that does not have a replaceable battery? Looks like buyers should be adding $129 Apple battery replacement fee plus the hassle to the cost of this deal...
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How is battery life not a concern on a ~5 year old laptop that does not have a replaceable battery? Looks like buyers should be adding $129 Apple battery replacement fee plus the hassle to the cost of this deal...
I have a late 2013 MacBook Pro...there are batteries on Amazon for around $65. The old batteries are glued in, so watch YouTube video on how to replace them. They aren't impossible to do on your own.
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