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I was going to say Macmall, but their deals are just okay unless you want a ram stick. It really depends what you type of product you want: refurbished, or new; I bought a Macbook last November and it was the best purchase I made, however my Refurbished Mac Mini from a few years back is also a great buy you just don't get the nice packaging :(


Macmall has a few refurbished models here: http://www.macmall.com/macmall/search/search.asp?search=refurbished&adcampaign=external,mwb10341&wt.mc_id=mwb10341&source=mwb10341


Of course you'll want to make sure that you're getting the Core 2 Duo version of the Mac (otherwise you'll be getting an outdated processor with 32 bit capabilities as opposed to 64 bit - which is just how fast the computer can write data temporarily to the RAM - I'd get at least 2gb of it. The laptops can only handle 4GB. Your better off ,money-wise, installing the RAM yourself, it's the slot under the battery, it will save you a lot of money if you get memory yourself.)


If Memory and operating system versions don't matter to you I'd keep my eye on this amazon.com repackaged iMac:


It's out of stock now, but when it's back the product should sell for $600-800, Amazon will most likely put more up when another shipment of computers come in and a box is ripped or damaged slightly.



For used macs you can try http://www.macofalltrades.com/


For other refurbished and new macs try: http://www.overstock.com/

Here is a 10% off coupon code, enter during checkout under the payment options box - just click the have promo code and enter: 85721

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