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Emergo

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what should I ask and look out for before making a purchase? Thanks
 

Emergo

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Mar 20, 2016
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Ugh! I wish there were still local stores like Best Buy selling it. I don't trust refurbished or buying online. I need to see it personally. The tiniest scratch or stain will irk me. Are there other stores like Best Buy that may have the MacBook?
 

Biggie Robs

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Oct 21, 2007
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Ugh! I wish there were still local stores like Best Buy selling it. I don't trust refurbished or buying online. I need to see it personally. The tiniest scratch or stain will irk me. Are there other stores like Best Buy that may have the MacBook?

Scratches and stains are not a problem for me, unless they're on the screen, of course. I think refurbs are the way to go if one is on a budget, and sometimes even if one is not.
 
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yashz

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Sep 18, 2015
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Ugh! I wish there were still local stores like Best Buy selling it. I don't trust refurbished or buying online. I need to see it personally. The tiniest scratch or stain will irk me. Are there other stores like Best Buy that may have the MacBook?

When I went to the Apple Store this morning, genius there said they have the gen 1 in stock as new and are still selling the gen 1 at $200/$300 discount (don't remember which) .
 

SR71

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Jan 12, 2011
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Just an FYI, Best Buy is selling the first gen MacBook's again. They've got quite a few open box ones for very cheap as well.
 
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