updated 06:00 pm EDT, Fri August 31, 2007
Apple refurb highlights
Apple is offering reconditioned products via its online store from nearly every corner of its Mac business. Refurbished MacBooks are available for as low as $949, while guaranteed good-as-new iMacs are priced from $849. The company is even offering its top-end Mac Pro workstations at discounted rates to price conscious shoppers. Refurbished MacBooks include the white 2.0GHz and 2.16GHz models with 1GB of memory and either an 80GB hard drive alongside a Combo DVD-ROM/CD burner for $949 or a 120GB hard drive complementing an 8x SuperDrive DVD/CD burner for $1,099. Apple's reconditiond iMacs include its 17-inch, 20-inch, and 24-inch models -- all with 1GB of memory and other varying specs from between $849 and $1,449. Mac Pro systems are available in just one 3.0GHz configuration with 2GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive, and either one ($3,299) or two ($3,349) SuperDrives.