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iMac 24-inch (2008)

Sell iMac 24-inch (2008)




Are you trying to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for an upgrade? If you find yourself wondering how to sell iMac 24-inch (2008) or where to trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for a good deal, you have arrived at the right place. This article provides the necessary guidelines you need on how to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008). Below is an overview of the technical details of the iMac 24-inch (2008):

 

Overview

As one of the models in Apple’s iconic all-in-one iMac lineup, the iMac 24-inch (2008) is designed to have all the components you need for a desktop computer. It has Apple’s elegant physical design with good performance.

The iMac 24-inch (2008) measures 20.5 by 22.4 by 8.1 inches with a weight of 25.4 pounds. It has a virtually seamless front surface with the housing and glass cover joining precisely with the aluminum enclosure. The device features a 24-inch screen with a “glossy” TFT active matrix LCD display and a native resolution of 1920×1200. It supports a typical brightness of 385 nits and a contrast ratio of 750:1. It comes with a pre-installed Mac OS X 10.5.2 (9C2028) which can be upgraded up to Mac OS X 10.11. It is paired with the ultra-thin aluminum Apple Keyboard and the Apple Mighty Mouse.

The iMac 24-inch (2008) is powered by the 2.9 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (E8235) processor which is fast and energy-efficient. Its graphics processor is the ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro graphics processor — using PCI Express — with 256 MB of GDDR3 video memory. The device packs a 6 MB on-chip level 2 cache with a frontside bus of 1066 MHz and with 2 GB of 800 MHz PC2-6400 DDR2 SDRAM for its RAM. This equips it with faster memory than its predecessors.

The iMac 24-inch (2008) is built with 320.0 GB Serial ATA (3Gb/s) hard drive storage with a disk speed of 7200 RPM. It also features a vertically mounted slot-loading DVD 8X DL SuperDrive.

The iMac 24-inch (2008) comes with a built-in iSight video camera for your video conferencing needs and built-in stereo speakers. It features three USB 2.0 ports, a Firewire "400" port, and a Firewire "800" port, and 10/100/1000 Base-T Gigabit Ethernet, as well as a mini-DVI, which supports an external display in "extended desktop" mode.

For connectivity, it equips built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-fi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR.

The iMac 24-inch (2008), despite being an older model, is a very capable machine and is quite durable as all iMacs are. Before you decide to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for an upgrade, you must ensure the system is still in good quality and is not illegal, defective or problematic.

 

Sell iMac 24-inch (2008)

You need to be careful when it comes time to sell iMac 24-inch (2008) or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for an alternative device. This is because it is easy to make mistakes and settle for the wrong value when you sell your iMac 24-inch (2008). At Gizmogo, however, you are assured to get the very best deals when you sell iMac 24-inch (2008) or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008).

You can choose to either sell iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for another device. You might not be able to get the same price as you bought it when you try to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) because of the depreciation value. You can always get the best deals when you sell iMac 24-inch (2008) here at Gizmogo.

 

Sell iMac 24-inch (2008) for Cash

One of the options you can go with is to sell iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash. Before trying to sell iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash, however, you need to confirm that the device is in good working condition. If the system is functioning well, you will get a good value when you decide to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash.

 

Trade in iMac 24-inch (2008)

You can also decide to trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) instead of trying to sell iMac 24-inch (2008). You can choose to trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for an upgraded model like the iMac 2009 and upwards. As long as there is no internal or external damage to the system, you can be confident you’ll get a good deal when you sell your iMac 24-inch (2008).

 

Features and Capabilities

Gizmogo remains one of the best online sites to sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008). Below is an outline of the features and capabilities to help you sell iMac 24-inch (2008): 

General Features

● OS: Apple Mac OS X 10.5.2 (9C2028) Leopard

● Processor: 2.9 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (E8235) processor

● GPU: ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro graphics processor

● Memory: 2 GB of 800 MHz PC2-6400 DDR2 SDRAM

● Dimension: 20.5 by 22.4 by 8.1 inches

● Weight: 25.4 pounds 

Display & Keyboard

● Display:  24-inch screen with “glossy” TFT active matrix LCD display and a native resolution of 1920×1200

● Keyboard: Apple Keyboard

● Mouse: Apple Mighty Mouse 

Storage

● Built-in Storage:  320.0 GB Serial ATA (3Gb/s) hard drive storage 

Ports & Connectivity

● Webcam: iSight video camera

● USB: Yes, Three USB 2.0

● Audio in/out port: Yes

● FireWire 400 port

● FireWire 800 port

● Mic/Headphone: Yes

● WLAN: 802.11ac Wi‑Fi

● Bluetooth: Yes, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR 

Other Features

● Built-in stereo speakers

● Gigabit Ethernet

● Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive

● Mini-DVI

 

At Gizmogo, you can be confident you’ll get the best value when you sell your iMac 24-inch (2008). The iMac 24-inch (2008) is a great system and deserves the best deals when you sell iMac 24-inch (2008) or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for another device.

Gizmogo makes the process of trying to sell iMac 24-inch (2008) easy and seamless. The only condition before you sell your iMac 24-inch (2008) is that you have to be legitimate. You can not sell iMac 24-inch (2008) that has been stolen or is in a faulty condition. Sell iMac 24-inch (2008) for cash or trade in iMac 24-inch (2008) for the device you have been anticipating.