Is a 13 inches, he paid around $2900If it has 16gb, it's not a MacBook Air. The maximum is 8gb.
Also, you didn't say whether it's an 11" or 13" model. Sorry, I can't really help. I have a 2013 11" i7/8gb/512gb MacBook Air and still love it, will probably keep it until it dies. A few months ago, B&H Photo was blowing out their stock of 2015 11" i7/8gb/512gb MBAs for around $1000 brand new. This was an exceptional deal that a few forum members were able to grab. When they were available, Apple was offering 2015 refurbs of this configuration for about $1300.
The 11" MBA is harder to find in this configuration these days since it was discontinued. That might mean they sell at a premium to the 13" model, don't really know. Also consider the battery however. If it is still the original then you should budget for a new one as it may be nearing the end of its useful life. Last time I checked, Apple will replace the battery for around $130.
Are you sure it's really a MacBook Air? Either it isn't, he is lying, or he was massively ripped off. That machine cost somewhere around $1800 new. You can buy a brand new 13" i7/8gb/512gb (top spec) MacBook Air for $1550 today.Is a 13 inches, he paid around $2900
My friend wants to sell his Mid 2013 mint fully loaded Air i7, 16 gigs mem, 500gigs. What's a fair market price for this kid of laptops ? I want to make him an offer but I have no clue.
Thanks in advance.
13", 16GB of RAM, $2900? Sounds like a 13" MacBook Pro to me mateIs a 13 inches, he paid around $2900