APPLE MAC MINI SERVER | i7 2.0 GHz | MID’11/MC936LL/A | 8GB/1TB+750GB | GREAT For Sale

APPLE MAC MINI SERVER | i7 2.0 GHz | MID’11/MC936LL/A | 8GB/1TB+750GB | GREAT


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APPLE MAC MINI SERVER | i7 2.0 GHz | MID’11/MC936LL/A | 8GB/1TB+750GB | GREAT:
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APPLE MAC MINI SERVER | i7 2.0 GHz | MID’11/MC936LL/A | 8GB/1TB+750GB | GREAT
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Specifications: Hard Drive(1TB ) Hard Drive 2(750GB) RAM(8GB) USB Port(USB 2.0) Blue Tooth Certified Data Destruction (NIST guidelines) Operating System(OSX 10.12) Processor Speed(2.0GHz) Audio Port Video Port AirPort Card(Airport Extreme) Ethernet(Ethernet) Firewire Ports ITEM-85916319 Description: This Mac mini has been tested by our techs and works perfectly. It has some minor scratches, discoloration on the top white panel, and may have minor dings from normal use but otherwise is in great condition. Data has been wiped and original OS has been pre-installed. No software or discs are included. Pictures shown are our own photos taken to represent the items in this lot. NOTE: Please check pictures for the cosmetic condition. If you experience issues with an item you receive, please contact us first! Most issues get resolved without opening a return request. Send us a message in or give us a call. sale Includes: Mac mini and AC adapter ONLY


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