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Good luck, aren't these $2,500 new?
 

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Good luck, aren't these $2,500 new?
More like 1500 for the 13 inch. It’s still an excellent deal. I work on a MacBook Pro all day every day. They are relentlessly reliable and hold their value better then any other computer.

From a tech standpoint: that machine has 16gb instead of the standard 8 which means it won’t bog down on you when you have a lot of apps open.

I just sold the exact same thing a while back for 1k.

Someone should grab this deal.
 

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I bought this on June 22nd, 2015. And I have barely used. It is in excellent shape. No dings. Battery is in great shape. I still have the box and original charger.

I'll only ship this in the US only. Price includes shipping.

If you need better photos. I can oblige.

Apple MacBook Pro
13-inch 2.7GHz Core i5 (Retina, Early 2015) MF839LL/A
Condition: Excellent
Ram: 16 GB
Storage: 125 GB

$750 Shipped
If it does not have a touch-bar, you should sell it for $1k. Whomever buys it is going to replace the 128GB HD with an SSD, so don't lower the price because of the HD.

I bought a 2011 MBP (13", i7, 4GB RAM, 320GB HD), eventually put in a 500GB SSD, 16GB RAM, and replaced the CD-Drive with a 2TB Barracuda 2.5". I've used it daily for 7 years. Except for not having USB 3.0, it still holds up compared to new laptops. I have a quad-i7 high-performance "gamer" laptop that has turned out to be too unstable to do much on, except maybe play computer games. When I can't risk having my computer spontaneously crash, I use the the MBP.
 
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This is the retina model. Not sure how easy it is to replace the SSD, but I know you can't upgrade the ram because I have the same machine with double the storage and half the ram. This is a pretty great deal if you need a laptop, but don't need a ton of storage space!
 

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