I'm going to take the lazy way out and copy my CL ad exactly, with this addition:
I'd rather sell this in person, to someone in the Boston area. I will ship if you really want to pay for shipping, but I'd rather sell this craigslist-style. Also, this is not the current generation, it's the generation immediately before the current one. Anyway, here are the details:
This is a brand new, still-shrink wrapped 11.6" MacBook Air.
The price is $900 firm. That's $99 below retail, plus no sales tax. So all together, you are saving $161.44 vs buying it at an Apple store in Massachusetts. This is even cheaper than Apple's educational pricing.
Everyone always asks, so I'll answer the question in the description: Why am I selling a brand new computer? I fix Macs for a living. I bought this computer about two months ago for a customer that said they wanted one. Then the customer totally flaked out. It's too late to return it so I just want to sell it quickly, get most of my money back, and be done with it. That said . . .
1.4 GHz Core2Duo Processor
2 GB DDR3 RAM
nVidia 320M Graphics
11.6" Screen with 1366x768 native resolution
64 GB SSD Hard Disk
802.11a/b/g/n WiFi & Bluetooth