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Final Chance to Buy a Student-used Springfield School Laptop on July 26

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The Springfield Board of Education will host a public computer sale of student-used computers on Wednesday, July 26. The sale will be held at the FMG Tech Office from 12-2 p.m.  Whatever remains unsold will be bulk bid through GOVDeals.com at a later date.  So, Wednesday is the final date for purchasing individual units.

Just over 200 Apple Air products remain available for for sale. The computers were used by students of the Springfield school system.

According to the school district, each computer was inventoried, but Springfield Schools make no representation of the actual condition of the product. The Macbook Airs are all out of warranty and the purchaser assumes all responsibility of the computers once sold.

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Payment can be made using a check or money order, made out to “Springfield Public Schools.”

The inventory available is as follows –

1. 65 Grade B Macbook Airs –$350 per computer. A “good condition” (or Grade B) computer may have 1-2 dents, light scratching, but are fully functional.

2. 100 Grade C Macbook Airs - $250 per computer. A “used condition” (or Grade C) computer will have multiple dings, dents and scratches, but are also fully functional.

3. 35 Grade D Macbook Airs - $150 per computer. The “poor condition” (or Grade D) units are badly damaged. They are functional but may have missing keys, a broken track pad, loose display hinges, screen burn/image distortion. Some may also have only one working USB port.

All sales are final and no returns or refunds will be issued.

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