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Topic # 109778 26-Sep-2012 14:23
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A friend wanted to sell a couple of tech gifts he received for his recent wedding and passed them to me to do so (being his geek friend). He uses Apple kit and already uses his iMac as a 'server' so had no need for this mini. He'd like $1150 for this bad boy. The price is roughly $60 cheaper than the cheapest price on PriceSpy.

Manufacturer's site.

I have the computer with me and am in Wellington (central). If you'd like to come and take a look that is fine, it is brand new and still in its plastic (factory) seal. It is brand new but he doesn't have a receipt (it being a gift) so you'd probably have to contact Apple directly for any warranty service.

If you'd like me to ship it to you I can do so for $15 (one of the Courier Post prepaid, signature required, bags) anywhere in New Zealand.

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  Reply # 695456 3-Oct-2012 12:11
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