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Topic # 74495 31-Dec-2010 16:37
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Running Win XP Service pack 2
900 HMz Intel Celeron M processor.
2GB of RAM.
Original box & contents. Mint condition.
$250 ono.

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  Reply # 423030 31-Dec-2010 16:51
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How bigs the HD? or the ssd or whatever it has in it. lol

Would you trade for a mint cond. iPod touch 2G 8GB with screen protector, case, box and stuff, a first gen iPod touch thats got a broken home button but has origional box and everything else works, and a good cond. lg cookie with warrenty till 6-2012 with box and everything. If I get a netbook then I dont have to take my full laptop with me to christchurch in jan so less to worry about.




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  Reply # 423063 31-Dec-2010 20:30
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tardtasticx: How bigs the HD? or the ssd or whatever it has in it. lol

Would you trade for a mint cond. iPod touch 2G 8GB with screen protector, case, box and stuff, a first gen iPod touch thats got a broken home button but has origional box and everything else works, and a good cond. lg cookie with warrenty till 6-2012 with box and everything. If I get a netbook then I dont have to take my full laptop with me to christchurch in jan so less to worry about.


Hi Tardtasticx,

It has a 4 GB SSD. It has a SD card slot also for expansion. I have been running a 32 GB SD card in it without problems.

As for the trade.... all that you list is worth more than $250.... I would have thought. But I will pass because I want the $$ to go towards an iPad. I'm in Chch, if you want to pick up later this month. 8-)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 423073 31-Dec-2010 21:10
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slliwgd:
tardtasticx: How bigs the HD? or the ssd or whatever it has in it. lol

Would you trade for a mint cond. iPod touch 2G 8GB with screen protector, case, box and stuff, a first gen iPod touch thats got a broken home button but has origional box and everything else works, and a good cond. lg cookie with warrenty till 6-2012 with box and everything. If I get a netbook then I dont have to take my full laptop with me to christchurch in jan so less to worry about.


Hi Tardtasticx,

It has a 4 GB SSD. It has a SD card slot also for expansion. I have been running a 32 GB SD card in it without problems.

As for the trade.... all that you list is worth more than $250.... I would have thought. But I will pass because I want the $$ to go towards an iPad. I'm in Chch, if you want to pick up later this month. 8-)


Lol every last cent is going into savings for the trip. Just thought I'd try.. xD 




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  Reply # 423134 1-Jan-2011 10:18
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What model is the LG Cookie. I see on Trade Me there are different models ?

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  Reply # 423136 1-Jan-2011 10:24
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slliwgd: What model is the LG Cookie. I see on Trade Me there are different models ?


Under the battery it just says "KP500". The phone is the black edition. 




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  Reply # 424072 4-Jan-2011 21:56
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Running Win XP Service pack 2
900 HMz Intel Celeron M processor.
2GB of RAM.
Original box & contents. Mint condition.
$250 ono.

Last chance to place an offer before I list on Trade Me. Any body keen ??

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