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Janaid

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Hi Guys

Need some help. Could someone please value my laptop. The specs are as follows from what I can remember:


Sony Vaio - 1yr 4months old...used but no abused.
1.8ghz Centrino Processor
2mb Cache
17" Widescreen 1440x900 - xBlack Screen
512mb Ram
80gb HDD
256 x600 ATI Independent Graphics Card
DVD +/- RW
3 USB Ports

Think thats the main stuff

Cheers(y)
 

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Its no more then a few dollars. Used laptops aren't a great buy so it'll be hard to get a great price for it. New laptops can be had for $500-600, usually with similar specs and full warranties and with no use. The only nice things are the 17" widescreen and the dedicated X600 graphics card - but thats only a benefit for a gamer or as a desktop replacement - for those who want a small portable laptop its a hindrance.
 

Janaid

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hey guys

sorry should have said wanted a UK Pounds price and im selling to a family member
 

Janaid

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hi guys, could only find one on there which was bout £600. but the ram was more than i have:confused:
 
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I thought pounds sterling were equal to about two US dollars, or am I wrong about "£" being the pound symbol. £600 sounds like a shilled-up price to me.

I can get an up-to-date NEW system for 1200USD with a full-blown Pentium or Athlon processor, not that weak Centrino.
 
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