Apple Store offers special deals on iMac G5, PowerBook, AirPort Express

The Apple Store is offering Special Deals on pre-owned Apple products that undergo Apple’s stringent refurbishment process prior to being offered for sale. All Apple Certified products are covered by Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty. For extended coverage, you have the option of purchasing the AppleCare Protection Plan with your Apple Certified product.

Current Deals include:
Apple Certified iMac G5:
– iMac G5 1.6GHz/ 256MB/ 80GB/ Combo/ 56K/ 17-inch – Apple Certified
$1,099.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
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– iMac G5 1.8GHz/ 256MB/ 80GB/ SuperDrive/ 56K/ 17-inch – Apple Certified
$1,299.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
Free Shipping

– iMac G5 1.8GHz/ 256MB/ 160GB/ SuperDrive/ 56K/ 20-inch – Apple Certified
$1,699.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
Free Shipping

Apple Certified PowerBook G4 15-inch:
– PowerBook G4 1.33GHz/ 256MB/ 60GB/ Combo/ AP Extreme Card/ GigE/ 15-inch TFT/ Aluminum – Apple Certified
$1,699.00
Estimated Ship: 3-5 business days
Free Shipping

Apple Certified PowerBook G4 17-inch”
– PowerBook G4 1.5GHz/ 512MB/ 80GB/ SuperDrive/ AP Extreme Card/ GigE/ 17-inch/ Aluminum – Apple Certified
$2,399.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
Free Shipping

Apple Certified Wireless Connectivity”
– AirPort Extreme Card – Apple Certified
$69.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
Free Shipping

– AirPort Express Base Station with AirTunes – Apple Certified
$99.00
Estimated Ship: 1-2 business days
Free Shipping

More information can be found on Apple’s Special Deals page.

8 Comments

  1. I got my 17-inch PowerBook as an Apple refurb last year and couldn’t tell the difference between it and a new one – except for my credit card bill was less. Glad Apple did such a great job with my unit. I’ll have this baby for awhile – waiting for the G5 PowerBook…

  2. >Aren’t these the same prices Apple has in their Specail Deals section any time they’re available…which is on a regular basis?

    Sure seems so. I’ve checked the refurbs page pretty much daily, and this doesn’t seem different than in weeks past.

  3. >Aren’t these the same prices Apple has in their Specail Deals section any time they’re available…which is on a regular basis?

    Sure seems so. I’ve checked the refurbs page pretty much daily, and this doesn’t seem different than in weeks past.

  4. I bought my iPod G3 10GB refurbished. I didn’t notice anything different about it except that it didn’t come in the fancy black/white crate box, just in a plain brown cardboard box. Well, that and not all of the wires were factory sealed. So what!? I personally don’t care about those little differnces, the iPod looked brand new to me, and it was cheaper.

    Personally, I was looking into getting a refurb iMac G5 1.6GHz, and I think I might get it and then install a Seagate or Hitachi 160 or 250GB HD. Now, hopefully that won’t void my AppleCare warranty. Doing it myself is cheaper than getting a custom new iMac with a larger HD.

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