Works well, but the touchpad does not "click" Included with the Mac is a small USB mouse that I use for clicking.
Cosmetically, its in great condition considering its age. A slight dimple in the top edge of the frame around the screen. The screen itself is prefect, no cracks or dead pixels.
The four rubber "feet" at the bottom of the mac are gone. A common issue for macs that are more than a few years old. Really, no big deal at all.
The pictures are all screen shots from the mac itself, so you can see its hardware. In addition, the links below will save you some time doing research on this mac so you know exactly what you are getting. As you can see from the screenshots, I was doing some software updates. After leaving it plugged in for a couple of hours, the battery took a 100% charge.
The optical drives works fine.
I got a couple extra chargers (I liked to have one at my office as well as in my bedroom and home office), so I am happy to include them as part of the deal.
Call anytime before 11 pm
Keria 138 1199 6606
As I am only allowed to post four pictures on this ad, I did not post any of the Macbook Pro itself, as I assume everyone interested in this knows what they look like. However, I do have a few pictures I can send to you via wechat, please ask. Other than the small flaws described above, its really in great shape. You will not be disappointed.
Here are some links that let you check out the specs in more details:
https://checkcoverage.apple.com (the serial number is W89355RR66D - it is of course, long out of warranty)
http://www.appleserialnumberinfo.com/Desktop/index.php (the serial number again is W89355RR66D)
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