Software pre-installed, including iLife, Tiger, and CS3 do not count towards the unit's value unless original discs w. licenses are included (burned copies do not count). Assuming those aren't included, I'd say around $700.00, give or take a hundred or so.
Won't get into ethics issues here, if you can get iLife and Tiger and CS3 without paying for it, others can too. If it is an original and you're not supplying the install discs they may as well be using a copy downloaded from the internet. As Lars said, no value whatsoever.
You can probably start up at $1000 asking because it is a bit of a rare item now but I think realistically you'll sell it for about $700-800. Unless you did manage to put a 160GB HD in there.
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Me: 2010 MacBook Pro 13", iPad Mini Wifi 32GB Black, iPhone 4 16GB Black
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All software disc's would be included, and yes i sqeezed a 160gb harddrive into it, it's not that hard to take apart and install a harddrive,putting the superdrive in is alot more to it! It involves almost complete disassembly of the Powerbook!
You can put up to a 200gb harddrive into Powerbooks now but it's very pricey to do.Toshiba makes a 200gb now for PowerBooks.
Having owned a 12" PB G4... mere mortals cannot change drives in that machine. The machine has to be taken down to almost nothing before you can get at the drive.
I'm with Dona, 160 GB in that machine is no small feat.
Incorrect. Changing the hard drive involves removing only the top case assembly. It's changing the optical drive which requires taking most of all parts out prior to changing the actual optical drive itself.
Yeah I just sold a 1.33 for $850 and bought a 1.5 for $950
If its in good shape and you have that huge HD in it (and its 5400 rpm at least) then you can definitely try for $1000 and should get at least $900.
This is the best version of the 12" which is discontinued but a lot of people love the size of it so its still in demand, i really wouldn't settle for less than $900.
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