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    how much is the worth of this laptop

    how much would you say this laptop is worth i'm looking to sell it

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    300-500 dollars. But I'm not exactly to sure of laptop prices for used ones.
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    hmmmm that is what i was afraid of. i guess my hopes were too high.

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    Well don't ge your hopes down, yet, afterall I might be wrong about the pricing since I have never actually bought any used laptops myself.

    If you can talk someone into you can probably get around 600 for it. The thing that ruins the price is the lack of a videocard. Otherwise it's decent.
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    The thing that ruins the price is the lack of a videocard.
    Uh... Im not sure I understand that statement...
    All laptops have integrated graphics... no cards...
    you buy the type you want at the outset...
    I personally think you should be closer to the $600 - $700 range for those specs...
    (at least locally)

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    I've seen many PIII laptops sell for $500, so you could probably get ~$1000.
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    That's nice for a laptop. My mom just paid like $500.00 for like a crappy P4 @ like 2.0 GHz with 128 MB's of RAM, lol. Wish I could have been there before the **** ripped her off.

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    Maybe $700?

    Last edited by filipino; September 1st, 2005 at 12:39 AM.
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    filipino...you're quoting that naughty word...you might wanna edit your quote.


    In my area you could probably get $800-$1,000 easy for that laptop...plus it depends on the warranty & included software.

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    Have any ebay rating? If you weren't a new seller I suspect you'd get $700+ easily

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    I would also go along with Martoch...Now it all depends on how long they have had it and used...if its been well maintained I would say $750-$900 Because you can buy a brand new one for about $1,050
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPMiller
    Uh... Im not sure I understand that statement...
    All laptops have integrated graphics... no cards...
    you buy the type you want at the outset...
    (at least locally)

    well what I meant was the lack of better integrated graphics then.
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    Laptops prices are skewed. Especially if they are used.

    The pricing sub-floor that used laptops should have, you don't. A used PIII laptop should no way go for $500, not especially when you can buy a brand new Dell laptop Centrino for $600.

    I'd sell it on eBay and let the market forces rule or donate and take a tax deduction if you itemize your taxes.
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