|Nov 4, 2010, 09:12 PM||#1|
What makes an Airport Express 'refurbished'?
I'm planning on getting a new Airport Express (N with Airtunes) soon. However I noticed that there are refurbished models which are cheaper.
I know that for iPods, they change the screen, outer casing, battery and replace any broken parts... I would like to know what parts are replaced in a refurbished Airport Express... and can I expect the product to be of the same quality as a new one (apart from a pretty box).
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|Nov 4, 2010, 11:27 PM||#3|
I just bought a refurb express couple weeks ago and it came in a pretty white box and basically looks brand new.
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