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Apple Macbook Air 13.3" Intel i5-4260U 1.4GHz Dual Core 4GB 128GB SSD MD760LL/B (Refurb) $349.99

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Newegg [newegg.com] currently has the Macbook Air 13.3" on sale for $349.99
  • Mac OS X version 10.9.5 pre-installed
  • Intel 4th Gen Haswell Core i5-4260U Dual-Core 1.4GHz CPU
  • 2.7 GHz Max Turbo Frequency, 3 MB Intel Smart Cache
  • 4GB 1600MHz LPDDR3 RAM

Available: 1/27-2/2/19
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Nice, thx OP!
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Just so we're setting expectations here:

"This is a Refurbished Grade C Item, while this item has been tested to be in good working condition it will show signs of use and cosmetic blemishes, examples of which are: scratches, scuffs, dents, hairline cracks, dings, bright or dead pixels all of which do not affect the usability of the item."
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Early 2014
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Just so we're setting expectations here:

"This is a Refurbished Grade C Item, while this item has been tested to be in good working condition it will show signs of use and cosmetic blemishes, examples of which are: scratches, scuffs, dents, hairline cracks, dings, bright or dead pixels all of which do not affect the usability of the item."
Essentially if it comes in 1 piece, you should be happy?
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Essentially if it comes in 1 piece, you should be happy?
Haha, exactly. They should have just said it fell off the back of a truck. At the top of a steep hill. Wink
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very hard to do work on pre-retina apple screens since the last few osx updates ...
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I would recommend this smaller 11" Macbook air.
1. It's 2015 (faster cpu)
2. 8gb ram (you don't want to run Mojave on 4)
3. 256gb SSD (128 is not worth it)

I bought this same one, it's smaller but it works very well. Low battery cycles 212. In terms of grade c, it is very acceptable. Very very small dents on corners. Screen has very light scratches from wiping. Only noticeable when it's turn off and reflecting light.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
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very hard to do work on pre-retina apple screens since the last few osx updates ...
No issues here on my 2015 11.6" MBA using Mojave...I guess it depends on what work you're trying to do. For me it's audio editing and production.
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I would recommend this smaller 11" Macbook air.
1. It's 2015 (faster cpu)
2. 8gb ram (you don't want to run Mojave on 4)
3. 256gb SSD (128 is not worth it)

I bought this same one, it's smaller but it works very well. Low battery cycles 212. In terms of grade c, it is very acceptable. Very very small dents on corners. Screen has very light scratches from wiping. Only noticeable when it's turn off and reflecting light.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
Thanks for sharing! Just ordered one
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I just replaced the battery on my 2013 MBA 11" for $129. Back up to 8 or so hours of battery life and it still works very well. If you can snag a good deal on the MBA, at least the battery replacement cost is reasonable as long as it's not considered "vintage" -- I'm thinking about buying a 2015 MBP 13" w/ AC for $650. New screen (AR issues) and new battery, both under AC so no generic parts.

Solid deal for a fairly recent MBA, I see some of the really old ones still going for a couple hundred. Love the keyboard, ports, and reliability. The non Retina screen is a drawback but not a dealbreaker for me.
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I don't know why the Macbook Airs are still popular. The iPad Pro is just as powerful for around the same price new and more versatile. Or if you need more power then the Macbook Pro is a bit more.
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I would recommend this smaller 11" Macbook air.
1. It's 2015 (faster cpu)
2. 8gb ram (you don't want to run Mojave on 4)
3. 256gb SSD (128 is not worth it)

I bought this same one, it's smaller but it works very well. Low battery cycles 212. In terms of grade c, it is very acceptable. Very very small dents on corners. Screen has very light scratches from wiping. Only noticeable when it's turn off and reflecting light.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
OP or yours have upgradable RAM slot?

Edit: the answer is neither laptop can be upgraded. Ram are soldered in
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No issues here on my 2015 11.6" MBA using Mojave...I guess it depends on what work you're trying to do. For me it's audio editing and production.
ah if you ever have to use remote desktop, the resolution will be very cumbersome to work with, especially windows RDP at this resolution
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