Apple MacBook Pro 13" MD101LL/A Core i5 2.5GHz 12GB Ram 1TB HDD 2012 Catalina For Sale

Apple MacBook Pro 13


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Apple MacBook Pro 13" MD101LL/A Core i5 2.5GHz 12GB Ram 1TB HDD 2012 Catalina:
$300

Apple MacBook Pro 13" A1278 Intel Core i5-3210M 2.50GHz 12GB-Ram 1TB-HDD 2012 (MD101LL/A) macOS Catalina 10.15.1 Installed.Device is in 100% WORKING condition. It has been extensively tested and found to be fully functional.Working AC Adapter/Charger (NOT ORIGINAL)Missing original packaging and manual.The laptop is used but has DENTS, scratches & sticker residue on the housing.(HAS EXTERNAL COVER)(NOTE:SCREEN IN PERFECT WORKING CONDITION BUT WITH ONE FAINT SPOT)Please see all picturesFree fast shippingQUESTIONS ARE WELCOME!

Processor: Intel Core i5-3210M

Speed: 2.50GHz

Memory/RAM: 12 GB RAM

Hard Drive: 1TB HDD

Operating System: macOS Catalina 10.15.1

Intel HD Graphics 4000

Wi-Fi/Wireless: Yes

Webcam: Yes

SuperDrivw/DVD-RW Drive: Yes

Max Screen Resolution: 1280 X 800

The laptop is used & has dents, scratches scuffs wear & tear on the housing. No original Apple box or accessories included!”

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