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Apple deals: Macs under $1000, refurb peripherals

updated 05:40 pm EDT, Wed September 24, 2008

Apple deals: Mac roundup

Apple's online store is currently offering a selection of refurbished Macs for under $1000. First off is the 20-inch iMac with 1GB of memory and 250GB hard drive. Two processor speeds are available; the 2.0GHz model is $949 while the 2.4GHz model is $999. Next up is the 2.1GHz MacBook in white for $899 with 1GB of memory and 120GB hard drive. Last is the Mac mini for $679 with 1GB of memory, 120GB hard drive and 2.0GHz processor.

A wide selection of refurbished Mac accessories are also featured. Apple cinema displays are priced at $499 for the 20-inch model and $749 for the 23-inch model. Wireless devices include the AirPort Express base station with AirTunes for $79 and the AirPort Extreme base station with Gigabit ethernet for$149. The wireless Mighty mouse is priced at$59 and the wireless keyboard is $69. Also available is Apple TV in 40GB and 160GB configurations for $199 and $279 respectively.




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  1. bjojade

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Just say no!

    Refurb often equals a reboxing of someone else's problem machine!

  1. Amundyeus

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wrong

    That's incorrect, actually most returns are for other reasons then technical issues with the equipment (new macs released, not the right specs for what they want etc.)

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