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Apple deals: refurb MacBook Pro, 4GB Nano, more

updated 09:50 pm EDT, Wed June 4, 2008

Apple deals on MBP, Nano

Apple's online store is currently offering Refurbished MacBook Pro laptops starting at $1449, along with a variety of iPods for as little as $99. Currently the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro's have a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 2GB of memory a 120GB hard drive and a NVIDIA GeForce graphics card and start at $1419. While the 17-inch 2.6GHz models include 2GB memory, 200GB hard drive at 7200 rpm, NVIDIA GeForce graphics card and a high resolution screen for $2749. Current generation reconditioned 4GB iPod nano's ($99) include earphones and a USB cable and can hold up to 1,000 songs with up to 24 hours of music playback and up to 5 hours of video playback; 8GB iPod nano's are also available in silver, blue, green, black or pink for $149. Current and previous generation 1GB iPod shuffles are available in silver, pink, blue, green and orange for $39. Apple's stock also includes current generation 80GB iPod and 160GB iPod classics in silver and black.




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  1. Guest

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    Apostrophe Catastrophe

    MacBook Pro's? Nano's?

    Egregious apostrophe misuse like this is for 15-year-old idiots, not supposedly educated tech writers.

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    Tech's Article's

    I's love to write's them's there's tech article's.

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