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a and b stock

What is the difference between "A" and "B"


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In the instance of LCDs:

  • A-Stock: LCD is used and in excellent condition.
  • B-Stock: LCD is used and will have keyboard marks and/or other minor blemishes.

In the instance of case components:

  • A-Stock: The case is in great condition with little to no cosmetic imperfections.
  • B-Stock: The case may be slightly chipped and/or scratched and/or trackpad may be slightly worn.

In the instance of batteries:

  • A-Stock: This battery is new and in excellent cosmetic condition.
  • B-Stock: This battery is new, but may have minor scratches or dents.

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normally a and b stock means that the b grade has sometimes scratches and some light usage signs on it - some vendors sell devices that where returned from customers as b grade - the are "new" but where unboxed and slightly used

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