I have a 15" MacBook Pro for sale. It’s a 2010 model, with upgraded RAM and SSD. Here are the tech specs:
- 15" screen
- 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor
- 8GB memory (maxed out)
- 255GB SSD disk storage
- power supply (UK adapter)
- Good battery life
- running Mountain Lion
UPDATE (8 July, 2013) - this MBP has sold already.
The operating system is licensed to me (not to the machine), so you’ll have to purchase your own Mountain Lion license for £14.
I purchased this MacBook Pro in April of 2010. It came with 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard disk drive. In November 2012, I upgraded to 8GB of RAM, and replaced the hard disk with a solid state drive (SSD). The SSD is smaller than the old hard disk, but it performs much better. These upgrades have given the machine a new lease of life.
I’ve replaced the standard feet on the bottom casing with Sugru-molded rubber feet, as described by this article. Also, there’s a Vimcasts sticker on the lid. I’d like to leave that on as a memento to the fact that this is the machine I used to write Practical Vim.