Difficult to guage. Certainly has some upgrades. Who upgraded the RAM and HDD?
The AppleCare is nice, but, IME, doesn't add a lot of value to the resale, especially if the RAM and HDD upgrades were user upgrades.
I've seen the base version of this model (2.7 i7 processor), 4GB RAM, factory 500GB HDD on Refurb for $1230, and on CL for $1100; I've seen upgraded ones with 8GB RAM and 750GB 7200rpm HDD for $1200 on CL... The Seagate Hybrid is only worth about $10-20 more than the 750GB 7200rpm, so... Depends if you want a quick sale or the most money! I'd list for $1350-1400 and play the replies and the waiting game but expect, IMO, $1250-1300.
__________________ Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT) / Support Professional (ACSP) MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012) 8GB RAM, 256GB Flash Storage Mac mini (Late 2012) 16GB RAM, Fusion Drive (128GB SSD/750GB 7200RPM) iPad mini 16GB, iPhone 4S 16GB
But as the saying goes - something is only worth as much as people are willing to pay for it.
I'm actually looking for a second 13-inch MBp. the last one from Apple, early 2011 but i5 model, cost me $900 after taxes and rebates, I probably wouldn't spend much more on an upgraded model simply because I don't need the upgrades.
Low end $1000 ... 1300 for the high end. Still great value and a VERY powerful machine since it supports dual-channel Thunderbold connections. one of the main reasons I upgraded from the Air ... I don't like half-stepping.
2012 Mac Mini 2.3Ghz Quad-i7|4GB|1TB| ~ slow TB drives SUCK!!
2005 PowerMac G5 2Ghz|2GB|500+250GB HDD|2xNIC.
2010 Mac Switcher & Newb, aspiring house music composer.