I got a refurbed clamshell iBook a while ago, from Smalldog. It worked fine, and would still be working except that I decided to pour a cup of coffee (milk and sugar included) on it. They are very good deals, I think.<br><br>   
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It all depends on the model if it is a deal or not. If it's a recent model refurb with a decent amount off yes, if it's an older model, from the pricing I've seen it's not always a good idea.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
I have a client who has purchased 4 C2D 17" iMacs in the past 6 months, all refurbs. His intent was to spend the least possible and the specs on those iMacs suited his needs. So for him, they were good deals.<br><br>- alec -
I highly recommend refurbished Macs. <br>I've bought 2 iBooks, 2 PowerBooks, 1 PowerMac G4 all refurbished.<br>They were all in pristine condition. You could not tell they were refurbished.<br>I use an Apple authorized reseller, however, because I don't like paying sales tax.<br><br><br>
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