Nope, it’s not a joke or some cleverly worded piece of subterfuge, I’m selling my Vaio. For those of you who have followed, I’ve had some great times, followed by some terrible times, followed by some great times again with Vaios. But we’re going to move to a desktop at home (read: gaming PC), and we don’t have any family members who need any laptops, and I certainly don’t want to try to “recycle” it. So I’m turning to the community (since it’s impossible to sell a laptop on eBay anymore).
It’s the Sony Vaio VGN-SZ460N (full specs here). I bought it new approximately 17 months ago for $2500, and I believe $1100 is a fair price for it relative to current generation laptops. It’s in perfect condition, and comes with Ed Bott’s awesome Vista installation (in other words, better than how it was shipped to me!). I’m also including a docking station for it.
If you’re interested, please leave me a comment or otherwise get in touch.
1100$? Dollars, is that a canadian price? 1100$ for this lappy seems a bit high. A new, updated model (sans the carbon fiber) can be had for 1399$ or less. I don’t wanna be a debbie downer, but I just think expectations should be set, right? I know the carbon fiber is cool, and not sure if this unit had the WWAN, but it still seems like in “this economy” it might be a stretch.
feel free to delete this post, I won’t consider it censoring.
$1100 almost gets you a new 13″ Macbook. 😉 Though I’ve always like Sony’s smaller notebooks.
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