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And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - robertoataulfo - 08-15-2011

Value sale hp41cx is High ?


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - David Ramsey - 08-15-2011

Wow, maybe I should try to sell my Big Mac prototype!


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - M. Joury - 08-15-2011

Ok, I'm sorry, but that is insane. Unless it is Apple desperately trying to buy the machine back before anyone realizes that it is really just a computer :-).

Now my biases are showing!


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - Geoff Quickfall - 08-15-2011

its not a computer, it's an apple!

hows that for bias!

Geoff


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - Howard Owen - 08-15-2011

Listing is gone as of 3:20 PM PDT.

Was that the "3G Macbook?"


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - Cristian Arezzini - 08-16-2011

How did they delete the listing? Usually when an item sells, you can still see the listing... ?


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - Howard Owen - 08-16-2011

I think eBay's lawyers may have heard from Apple's lawyers.

That would tend to raise the credibility of the leak, if so.


Re: And they say that a sale value of a hp 41cx is high. - M. Joury - 08-17-2011

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I think eBay's lawyers may have heard from Apple's lawyers.

I was going to post just this yesterday but didn't because I got sidetracked with "real" work. Do you remember the uproar when Apple "lost" an iPhone 4G in a bar (or some such) and all the talk of law suits and such when some magazine (I believe it was) threatened to open it up?

Apple is *VERY* protective of their intellectual rights. So I am thinking that Howard may be right on the money here.

Cheers,

-Marwan