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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 63041 19-Jun-2010 16:50
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For Sale:
Sony Vaio TZ (TZ-17GN-B) 

In good condition, missing 1 rubber screen bumper.   At just 1.2kg and practically netbook size, its light and easy to carry but has everything you might need.  Great for traveling and has great battery life.  Brought for over $3500 a bit over 2 years ago.   Selling as I have moved to a Mac as I need to work on iOS apps.

Not sure exactly what it's worth so make me a reasonable offer :-)

Spec:

more detail:  http://vaio-online.sony.com/prod_info/vgn-tz17gn_b/vgn-tz17gn_b.pdf

11.1 inch 1366x768 high res LED backlight glossy LCD.
Core 2 Duo U7600 ULV (Ultra low voltage). 
2 GB ram. (Upgraded from stock).
Intel 945GM
Intel Wireless A/B/G
Bluetooth 2,0 EDR
100gb HDD.
DVD Writer / CD DVD+-R/RAM
2x USB, 1x Firewire, Gig Ethernet, Memory Stick & SD card reader. 
Fingerprint reader. 
Integrated Webcam.
Built in Microphone.
Expresscard slot.
Windows Vista Business (Clean Install without crapware).

Also included - Official Vaio soft travel pouch. 

Have original packaging.  

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 343261 19-Jun-2010 17:08
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Vaio TZ and Case



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  Reply # 352614 17-Jul-2010 11:25
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nobody?  might have to put it up on trademe and lump the success fee.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 371848 23-Aug-2010 21:19
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Looking for about $1500 for it. Would be $20 - $25 to ship or pickup if in chch. 

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