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# 153895 11-Oct-2014 20:20
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Nexus 7 32gb (2nd generation) Tablet (SOLD!)


Motorola Atrix 2:

Running Cyanogenmod (Android 4.4.4) - was working no problems on Spark. Will come restored running Cyanogenmod 11 or SlimKat (buyers choice). Has a small scratch on the screen however doesn't hinder performance (I think just adds to the aesthetics to the phone) and some scuffing around the edges.

Just phone only here unless if I can find a SD card. Will come with a USB Cable and USB Charger.

Make an offer here.

Nike Sportswatch+ GPS:

The Green Accent / Black version - comes with box and watch (really nothing else included in the box).
Has a handy USB plug on the watch strap for charging and syncing, looks good on the wrist and not too bulky. This is not a Smartwatch however looks like one.
Hardly been used, in almost perfect condition (no scratches), around 1 and a half years old.

Information: https://secure-nikeplus.nike.com/plus/products/sport_watch/

Make an offer here.

TomTom VIA 1535 in-car GPS unit:

Comes with the basics so GPS (with suction cup for mounting in car) + USB cable + Car Charger.
Maps have been last updated at the start of the year - since then have not needed to use it. Has Bluetooth for calling (and works really quite well), speed alerts (scares the living crap out of you at times) as well as your standard mapping functions. Really good for a newcomer to a city.

Information: http://www.tomtom.com/en_us/products/your-drive/car-navigation/basic-navigation/via-1535-tm/index.jsp

Make an offer here.

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All items listed here can be either picked up in Wellington or shipped at buyers expense, they come as-is without warranty however all items listed here are in working order. I may have more items to add as I do my cleanout so will list them here. Anyone interested can either send me a private message or just post below (however Geekzone seems to hate sending me emails right now so best ping via DM).




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  # 1151972 11-Oct-2014 20:20
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1151986 11-Oct-2014 20:21
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What internal storage on the Nexus?




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  # 1151991 11-Oct-2014 20:30
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NZtechfreak: What internal storage on the Nexus?


Ah yes - almost forgot (edited the top post too) - it is a 32gb.






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  # 1152316 12-Oct-2014 18:21
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Other stuff:

Telecom MF669 Modem:
Includes SIM (not sure of status) - this modem doesn't require drivers and will work with any NZ SIM (with some APN changes).

Offers.

DrayTek Vigor 130 VDSL Modem:
Perfect for pairing with an epic router with a WAN port. I was using it with a Mikrotik when I had VDSL.

Offers.

Telecom Pace V5542 VDSL Router: 
Works very well with the latest firmware, works with UFB too and has pretty good WiFi performance.

Offers.

Feel free to offer me on the tablet above if you want it too.






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  # 1158039 19-Oct-2014 19:49
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How much were you looking for the nike watch?

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