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Apple refurbs: iPod nano, Touch, unibody MBP

updated 05:40 pm EST, Fri January 16, 2009

Apple refurbs: iPod nano

Currently Apple's online store is offering a range of refurbished Apple products from iPods to the new unibody MacBook Pro. The previous generation 8GB iPod nano is available in green, blue, black or pink for $99. Three iPod touch models are offered: the 8GB model for $179, 16GB for $219, and 32GB for $319. The white MacBook with 2.1GHz processor, 1GB of memory and a 120GB hard drive is priced at $849. Two MacBook Air models are offered: the 1.6GHz model with 2GB of memory and 80GB hard drive and the 1.8GHz model with 2GB of memory for $999, and a 64GB solid state drive for $1,299. A selection of MacBook Pro models include the previous generation, 17-inch model with 2.33GHz processor, 2GB of memory and 160GB hard drive for $1,799; for $1,899 is the 2.5GHz model with 2GB of memory and 250GB hard drive; and finally is the new unibody MacBook Pro with 2.53GHz processor, 4GB of memory and 320GB hard drive for $2,149.




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  1. ethical_paul

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    refurb touches...

    come with software version 1.something.

    So no app store for you until you cough up the upgrade fee. But if you call Apple they might help you...

    ...but out of the box, not the funnest ipod ever...

  1. nativeNYer

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    re: refurb touches

    Yeah, these are 1st gen touches, which is why I haven't "touched" one of these yet. Waiting on the 2nd gen touches to show up, then I will pounce. There are too many goodies included in the 2nd gen model to spend my money on one of the original models.

  1. ethical_paul

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    1st gen

    Yes, I knew they were first gen (even though apple didn't say so at the time, I looked at the thickness to determine it).

    I wanted a 1st generation because as an iPhone developer, I have heard that the 1st generation touch runs the same speed as a 3g iphone. New touches are too fast and give the dev a false testing result.

    So anyway I knew it was a 1st gen touch, but I figured it would come with current OS like the Mac refurbs do, not a paid-upgrade.

  1. nativeNYer

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    re: 1st gen

    Well, it does stink that they don't include the latest software version on any models they sell, refurb or not. They've been doing that for a while now, not that that makes it OK.

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