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Price of MacBook Pro 13 inch 2009

Hello! My brother has a MacBook Pro 13 inch 2009, the thing is that the MacBook keyboard doesn't work. :bounce:
Here are the conditions and specs:

Specs:
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz
NVIDIA GeForce 9400m 256MB
2GB Ram
160GB Hard Drive

Conditions:
Case: 9/10
Battery: 8/10
Charger: 8/10
Display: 9/10
Trackpad: 7/10
Keyboard: 2/10

If you are wondering why does the keyboard doesn't work, it's because it got water inside by accident.
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  1. you want to know what a 3 year old broken macbook is worth?
    maybe $50 for parts (give or take $50)
  2. Did you even read the post? The MacBook is perfectly fine, it works and you can use it. The keyboard doesn't work.

    And please don't reply of you don't know.
  3. One can get a keyboard off eBay for like $30, you better fix it and then re-list it again. Because - laptop without a working keyboard is called desktop (or all-in-one, but still not a laptop).
  4. Thanks For replying. But I just want to know the price like that without a working keyboard :bounce:
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    I would guess (based on prices on ebay) maybe $200-250 max. The problem is that you don't know what else was damaged by the water as far as the internals.
  6. Youd have to sell it for parts or not working and youd be lucky getting $75-100 for it.
  7. Nanovinnie said:
    Did you even read the post? The MacBook is perfectly fine, it works and you can use it. The keyboard doesn't work.

    And please don't reply of you don't know.


    you have a VERY different definition of "perfectly fine" than i do. what good is a computer of any kind without a functioning keyboard? (here's a fun challenge: try making another retort without using a keyboard!)
    apple products lose value much quicker than other computers due to their rapid rate of obsolesence, combine that with the fact that without a working keyboard this macbook is essentially usesless as it is, and that leaves it without much value at all.
    i couldn't help but notice that, as some who insinuates he know more than me, you didn't suggest a value yourself.

    nanovinnie, i said $50 give or take $50 ($0-$100), it seems vrumor's assessment is similar.
    if you found a replacement keyboard and fixed it yourself making it fully functional again you'd get much more (maybe $300 range).
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