Apple Offering Refurb MacBook Pros

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Date: Monday, April 3rd, 2006, 08:00
Category: MacBook Pro

Apparently someone wanted to return their new MacBook Pro (although the thought of doing this completely baffles me) because over the weekend Apple added two MacBook Pro models to its Apple Certified Refurbished Products Web site. They’re offering the 2.0GHz model for US$2,149 (a 13% savings off US$2,499 list) and, get this, the 2.16GHz CTO model for US$2,399 (a 15% discount on the US$2,799 list price.) They’re also offering deals on refurbished iMac 20-inch 2GHz Intel Core Duo’s too, if you don’t mind that someone else has already had their mitts on it.


Apparently someone wanted to return their new MacBook Pro (although the thought of doing this completely baffles me) because over the weekend Apple added two MacBook Pro models to its Apple Certified Refurbished Products Web site. They’re offering the 2.0GHz model for US$2,149 (a 13% savings off US$2,499 list) and, get this, the 2.16GHz CTO model for US$2,399 (a 15% discount on the US$2,799 list price.) They’re also offering deals on refurbished iMac 20-inch 2GHz Intel Core Duo’s too, if you don’t mind that someone else has already had their mitts on it.

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One Response to “Apple Offering Refurb MacBook Pros”

  1. Something tells me the refurbished MacBook Pros will have an even higher incidence of noise complaints than the factory line models. Baffled by the idea that anybody would return these noisy machines? There’s a growing tide – evidently from people who possess both high-frequency hearing and quiet workplaces.