[rescue] Any Interest: Mac Mini i7 and MacBook Air 11.6"

Mark Benson md.benson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 14:22:01 CST 2016

I still have these and the only offer I had fell through. I'm gonna
drop the prices to:

Mac Mini i7: GBP500
Macbook Air: GBP100

Make me an offer on the pair or individuals. You can collect or pay
shipping to wherever you are, my details are in the original post
If I don't get any offers by March 31st I'm eBaying them.

On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 9:56 AM, Mark Benson <md.benson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm thinking about selling up my Macs as they are underused, I have too
> much desktop hardware swimming around. I am trying to resist eBaying them.
> I have:
> Mac Mini Late 2012 Model (purchased early 2013)
> Intel Core i7 Quad-Core w/ HT 2.6GHz
> 16GB RAM (8GB stock + 8GB Crucial Upgrade)
> 250GB Samsung 840 SSD
> Thunderbolt, FireWire, USB 3.0 and HDMI
> It's in generally excellent condition, might be a little scratched on
> the top where the USB backup disk sits, but no major damage. Has run
> well and reliably for all it's life. I've had it apart once to replace
> the HDD with an SSD and that was 2 years+ ago and it's been running fine
> since.
> Would come clean installed with OS X 10.10 (upgrade to 10.11 is free). I
> will ship it in it's original Apple packaging with all the original
> adapters and bits I can find.
> Looking at sensible offers around GBP600, excluding shipping costs.
> ==
> MacBook Air 11.6" Late 2010 Model (Purchased early 2011)
> Intel Core2Duo 1.4GHz Dual Core
> 64GB SSD
> 2 USB 2.0 Ports
> Comes with a nice purpose made aluminium arc-shaped vertical stand
> (which cost me an obscene amount of money)
> Magsafe charger is in good condition, working and has no cracked or
> broken wires.
> This has had a very easy life, I used it as my carry-about internet
> platform for a couple of years but since smartphones have improved so
> much I no longer need a laptop much and when I do it's usually a Windows
> one (for which I have an old Thinkpad). It's in excellent conditions
> with no cosmetic issues save a few minor scratches and scuffs.
> Ships in it's original box (I think I still have it?!) with the power
> adapter and aforementioned stand.
> Looking for sensible offers around GBP250, excluding shipping costs.
> ==
> I am in the UK, LN11 postal code. I will ship these to UK buyers at
> whatever it costs me (usually about ~GBP8-10 depending on speed), I can
> ship to the EU as well but it might be expensive, let me know where you
> are and I can get a quote ahead of time.
> I'm afraid I can't offer any kind of warranty or guarantee on them due
> to their age, past a refund if they are 100% proven to be DOA, or
> pursuing a claim with the carrier if damaged in transit.
> Payment would be by PayPal ONLY.
> Thanks,
> --
> Mark Benson

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