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Old Jan 2nd, 2012, 06:08 PM   #1
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Wanted for Trade: i7 2011 15" Macbook Pro for i7 2011 17" Macbook Pro

Hey folks, I'm very much mulling over the idea of swapping my refurb (from Apple in September 29 2011) Feb 2011 model 15 inch Macbook Pro (2.2GHZ/4GB/500GB 5400/SD/GLSSY/RAD 6750 1GB) for a 17" i7 from FEB 2011 or LATE 2011 model.

I've still got Applecare till Sept 2012 on this unit and would like to get a 17" inch that was still under warranty as well. The machine is pretty much perfect and hasn't left my desk yet.

I thought I would be travelling more with this laptop (I actually take my tablet with me for notes and meetings instead) and would really love the option of the express card slot on the 17 inch models.

I realize some extra cash would have to change hands (that would depend on the warranty and specs of the 17 inch model).

I would also listen to offers to purchase my laptop (I would through in a messenger style bag with it) do I could just

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Old Jan 2nd, 2012, 07:32 PM   #2
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There is another option. If you really want the express card slot Sonnet has an breakout box that works via Lightpea... I mean Thunderbolt.
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I looked at the sonnet device but it only has one Thunderbolt port, meaning no external monitor if I use it. Unfortunately I can't imagine not having two monitors.
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