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Trading my alienware m14x for a real macbook.

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I just got my hands on what should be a very compatible system, albeit with much lower specs, but it'll do for my personal machine. I'm wanting to trade my alienware m14x r1 for a macbook pro 15 inch or 17 inch if you really want to make that trade. I am extremely nervous about making a trade through the forum though.

 

My specs are:

Core i5 2410m 2.3 Ghz

 

6GB Ram

 

750GB 7200rpm HDD

 

Geforce gts 555m 1.5gb

 

1600x900 LCD

 

Optional bluetooth module

 

I am looking to get something similar or better in specs to what I have right now, the hard drive capacity really isn't an issue though, just nothing under 320. Need about 100 for each OS to be comfortable.

 

Also to sweeten the deal I can throw in my project computers.

 

One is a 17 inch hp probook, possible motherboard issue, no ram, no hdd, no battery and no charger.

 

the other is a dell d610 with no hd, everything else works, just needs a new battery and charger.

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