For sale is my wife’s beloved 13″ MacBook Air (late 2010 model) We’ve had 2+ years of exceptional and hassle-free computing from it. It has been used for (Microsoft) office work, net surfing, email etc. This MacBook Air is super-thin and ridiculously light. We bought the RAM and hard drive upgrades to the highest level at the time of purchase — it was spec’d out. You’ll love this machine! Gallery Specs Here are the details (the full geek-tastic details available at apple-history.com)
I’m selling my stealthy 11″ MacBook Air (late 2010 model) I’ve had 18 months of exceptional and hassle-free computing from it. It has been used for net surfing and email etc, as well as some occasional Photoshop work. This MacBook Air is super-small and ridiculously light. I bought the RAM and hard drive upgrades to the highest level. You’ll love this machine! Gallery Specs Here are the details (the full geek-tastic details available at apple-history.com) MacBook Air 11″ (late 2010 model) CPU Speed 1.6GHz dual core (upgraded from 1.4GHz) 4GB RAM (upgraded from standard 2GB) 128GB SSD (upgraded from standard 64GB) 256MB graphics Ports: 2x USB, Mini-display port, headphone jack Multi-gesture trackpad Built-in WiFi Built-in Bluetooth Built-in camera/webcam (for Skype etc.)
This Mac Pro has been sold I’m selling my trusty Mac Pro. I’ve had many years of exceptional and hassle-free computing from it. The majority of use has been in design and photography, with some audio and video work as well. It has never let me down. This Mac has many more years to give to a new owner. Gallery Specs Here are the details (the full geek-tastic details available at apple-history.com) Mac Pro 1,1 2x 2.66Ghz Intel Xeon Quad Core ‘Clovertown’ CPUs 16GB RAM (with lifetime replacement warranty) 512Mb ATI Radeon X1900 Dual-DVI Graphics card 1x 320GB Hard Drive 2x 400GB Hard Drives (more than 1.1 Terabytes total storage) 2x Superdrives (DVD+CD burners — copy one disc directly to another!)
***THIS MAC HAS BEEN SOLD*** I’m selling my MacBook Semi-Pro. I say ‘Semi-Pro’ because this was the first aluminium unibody MacBook Apple released, but it was also the only aluminium MacBook Apple released. Eight months after its introduction, it was given a slight speed bump and an SD card slot and relabelled a MacBook Pro. Seriously. Compare the specs for yourself. I’m selling this machine because I’ve side-graded to the MacBook Air. There’s nothing wrong with the MacBook I’m selling, In fact, it’s better than when I bought it because I’ve upgraded the hard drive and RAM to make it a workhorse.