Should I Keep or Return?

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  1. Compost, Nov 21, 2010
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    Compost macrumors newbie

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    Yes, I'm a newbie. I searched for this particular question and didn't find it -
    Yesterday, I found a MacBookPro Mc 118LL/A for $1299. In the box, never opened. I bought it but before I open it, I just want to make sure it was the right thing.
    It's my first notebook, I need something basic, in a few years if I love it - I'll probably upgrade.
    It has a 15.4" screen, 4 GB, (only) 250 mb HD. No Firewire - is that a deal breaker?
    Thanks for your help!! ;)
    I'll take it back for a refund if I screwed up!
     
  2. aimbdd macrumors 6502a

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    haha do you mean 250 gb hard drive? ram is 4gb stock ;)
    Awesome machine, will do you very good. They run about a 1000 used so i would say you got a good deal new.
     
  3. Compost thread starter macrumors newbie

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    thanks

    I needed to hear that this was a decent deal. Thanks for your response.

    c
     
  4. itsxtian macrumors newbie

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    No doubt a great deal for a 15" pro. Enjoy! Should last you years.
     
  5. aimbdd, Nov 21, 2010
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    Its a good deal, I'd keep it. That model does have a firewire port, I'm not sure why you don't think it does
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  7. Compost thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Great feedback

    As I had written, I'm so new to Macs that I don't know my ass. Your comments have been helpful and they encourage me to jump in with both feet. I guess I knew this was a good buy but that isn't always a reason to do it.
    I need to learn about my new Mac and return to the forum.
    Again - thanks
    PS- I didn't think I had firewire because that's what the sales dude was saying. He wanted to buy it for himself if I wasn't going to take it.

    c
     
  8. aimbdd macrumors 6502a

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    lolol goes to show how much he or she knows ;)
     
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