Have one to sell? Sell it yourself
|From work and school assignments to social media and online networking, the Apple MacBook has you covered. It features a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and a 250GB hard drive housed in a glossy, non-skid, white polycarbonate body. Use the pre-loaded Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard operating system to get everything done, while the long-lasting lithium polymer battery keeps the computer running even if you have nowhere to plug into a power source. Enjoy video chatting via the iSight camera built right into the design. The 13.3-inch screen is large enough to get things done or watch movies without being so large it’s painful to carry around.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||84897974|
|Product Key Features|
|Most Suitable For||Gaming|
|Operating System||macOS 10.12, Sierra|
|Storage Type||HDD (Hard Disk Drive)|
|Processor||Intel Core 2 Duo|
|Screen Size||13.3 in|
|GPU||NVIDIA GeForce 320M|
|Hard Drive Capacity||250 GB|
|Processor Speed||2.40 GHz|
|Additional Product Features|
|Optical Drive Rewrite SPEED||4X (DVD-RW), 4X (DVD+RW), 10x (CD-RW)|
|Special Features||Magsafe Power Adapter Port, Integrated Video Camera|
|Data Link Protocol||IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11A, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11g, Ethernet, AirPort Extreme, IEEE 802.11n|
|Graphic Processor||Nvidia Geforce 320m|
|Hard Drive Rotation SPEED||5400RPM|
|Display MAX. Resolution||1280x800|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN, Network Adapter|
|Security Features||Slot for Cable Lock, Kensington Lock Slot|
|Installed Caché RAM Size||3072KB|
|Input Method||TouchPad, Keyboard, Trackpad|
|Release Date||May, 2010|
|Optical Drive Type||Dvd±R Dl/Dvd±Rw/CD-RW|
|RAM Technology||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 10hr.|
|Battery Technology||Lithium Polymer|
|Storage Controller Type||Serial ATA|
|Audio Output Type||Headphones, Speaker(s), Optical Digital, Line Out, Speakers, Sound Card|
|Number of Cores||Dual-Core|
|MAX Supported RAM||4GB|
|Installed Video RAM Size||256MB|
|Expansion Ports||RJ-45 (Nic), Dvi (Digital Video Interface), 2X USB 2.0, VGA Out|
|Optical Drive Write SPEED||24x (CD), 8X (DVD-R), 8X (DVD+R), 4X (DVD-R Dual Layer), 4X (DVD+R Dual Layer)|
|Audio Input Type||Optical Digital In, Microphone, Line-in (3.5mm), Integrated Microphone|
|Optical Drive Read SPEED||24x (CD), 8X (DVD-R), 6X (DVD+R DL), 8X (DVD+R), 6X (DVD-R DL), 8X (Dvd)|
There are 5 items available. Please enter a number less than or equal to 5.
Select a valid country.
Please enter a valid postal code.
Please enter 6 digits for the postal code.
Shipping and handling
Expedited Shipping (USPS Priority Mail®)
Estimated between Wed. 03 Nov. and Thu. 04 Nov. to 20147
Item must be returned within
Refund will be given as
30 days after the buyer receives it
Updated to OS 10.11.6
Excellent value for money. The MacBook Mid 2010 is to replace an old one with a cracked hinge being used to record the sermons at church. I ordered it because it has the same hardware that allows the versatility of swapping the head phone jack from output to input in System Preferences allowing me to record directly into Audacity (a recording software) from the church sound amplifier. The Original MacBook 2010 has 8 GM of RAM, but, The installed 4 GB of installed RAM in this one handles the recording with no problem. You might be wondering, if both are identical why not swap the RAM. Simply put, even with the cracked hinge, the old one is perfect for sitting in my recliner and connecting to the internet. The laptop was restored to factory settings. Though the MacBook was listed in eBay running OS 10.11.6 (El Capitan) it was running the original OS: No problem After setting it up with my information, LAN , Airport Extreme PW and my Apple ID and PW it was a 2-2 1/2 Hr download over our internet ISP connection.
Still amazing (as a kid's gift for school and media consumption)
The things I like the most about this Macbook model is as following: 1) The battery, memory chips and hard disk are easily upgradeable, no need to be a tech savvy. Watch a YouTube tutorial (which are plenty),get the proper tools, which are dirt cheap and you'll be fully covered. 2) High Sierra is the latest OS -oficially- supported by Apple although you can jump to Mojave or even Catalina following dosdude1 online guides. 3) A fresh new thermal paste application will provide a more steady performance without heating issues to these machines, take it to your nearest IT shop and pay for this job. 4) Even though this Macbook supports up to 2 TB of internal storage, you can remove DVD optical drive and install another hard disk if needed; it's a little more complex task but also a bonus. I bought a mid-2010 Macbook base model and a couple of purchases later, I installed 8 GB of 1066 MHZ RAM, 250 Crucial MX 500 SSD, HDD caddy (to install the older 250 GB HDD as extra storage) because she doesn't watch movies like that anymore, the battery was still holding strong at 9 cycles and some fresh thermal pasting; this computer goes from charm noise to password input in less than 15 seconds (No joke!). My daughter loves it and it's more than enough processing machine for a 12 year old kid who uses MS Office, watches YouTube, Netflix, Apple Music and plays Minecraft (mid-range settings yet playable). No regrets!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: sjr8779
The 2010 MacBook is a great deal for someone who wants a powerful mac.
Overall, this is a very nice MacBook. The CPU isn't the best, but none 3 generations behind will be, but it's still decent for video editing in Final Cut Pro and music in Logic Pro, although it's not as good as a new MacBook with an i7. The graphics processor is very nice, allowing you to do light gaming and 3D modeling. The current Intel Integrated graphics in the MacBook airs are just now slightly better than the 320M. It runs SolidWorks, Blender, and even Minecraft beautifully. The hard drive is slow though, its 5200RPMs, so I replaced it with an SSD and it is magnificent now. I use windows in bootcamp on this macbook for my engineering job, as well as some 3D animation on the side, as well as Music and Video editing in OS X, and it fits the bill perfectly. In order for you to get the most out of it for the longest amount of time, I suggest replacing the hard drive with an SSD and increasing the RAM to 8GB (Apple says it only supports 4, but it actually supports 8). But all in all, it's a great laptop if you want a semi-powerful mac that isn't $1299.
Great! Worth the money if you want or need a cheap, stable, and Mac laptop!
I bought this because I wanted to downgrade from a huge 17.3 hp laptop. This is my FIRST Mac and first transition from a Windows PC. I like how the system runs really smooth (after adding more RAM). At first, it was a bit slow due to the lack of ram (2gb). Later on I put in 5gb, and it runs so fast now. I get about 4-5 hours of battery life. It's a bit heavy though for a 13 inch, but nevertheless still much more portable than my previous 17.3 inch HP laptop. I recommend this laptop if you aren't willing to sacrifice thousands of dollars for an Apple product but still want the security and stability of the OSX Apple operating system. Would not recommend if you edit videos a lot, you would be off with a macbook pro i5 or i7, since it would be speedier. This laptop, however, is fine for typing research papers, browser, youtube, social media…
MacBook a bargain
This is the last model year for the white polycarbonate MacBook and it is at this point quite a bargain. It will run the current MacOS very well although I would recommend at least 8gig of memory (that much memory is very inexpensive right now). I did install a 240gig SSD (again, really very inexpensive at this point, I paid $69 for mine). With this combination I don't really see any issues. The battery life (even used) is very good almost 7 hours continuous runtime and it's easy to replace it if need be. Screen is very bright, sound is very good all in all a great way to run the current MacOS without breaking the bank!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: altatac