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Topic # 106304 21-Jul-2012 15:58 Send private message

The Warehouse Stationary is selling 16GB iPad2 for $569. I negotiated & just bought one for $499. This is cheaper than most 2nd hand models on TradeMe. 

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  Reply # 659660 21-Jul-2012 19:15 Send private message

Yea, thats a great deal an price for sure

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  Reply # 659662 21-Jul-2012 19:21 Send private message

I am about to sell my 3G/Wifi 64Gb iPad 2 on Trademe, and there are hardly any there, odd. Wanted to check recent or near auctions to get a feel for the end price 

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  Reply # 659665 21-Jul-2012 19:31 Send private message

Just a question, is the warehouse stocking the original 2011 iPad 2 model 2,1 or this year's iPad2 model 2,4 (with better battery life)?



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  Reply # 659754 22-Jul-2012 00:08 Send private message

khull: Just a question, is the warehouse stocking the original 2011 iPad 2 model 2,1 or this year's iPad2 model 2,4 (with better battery life)?


This one is a 2,1 but I understand they have a mix and its a bit of pot-luck as to which one you get. I wasn't worried about it either way. 

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  Reply # 659779 22-Jul-2012 08:27 Send private message

ah thats good, as long as you are aware and happy with the purchase. I know retailers have been panning off 2,1 model close to retail price of the 2,4 model. The battery life on the 2,4 is a significant difference (approx 30%).


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