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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 90590 24-Sep-2011 19:17
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I originally got caught up in the fire sale hysteria and bought this touchpad off eBay, cost me around $350 to get it to New Zealand. 

After owning it for 2 weeks I have decided to upgrade my phone so to free up funds I'm selling this as i'm not using it as much as I expected I would.  

It is in as new condition, no marks on it at all, front has had screen protector on it since the day I received it. I will remove the protector before I send it off.

Accessories were purchased locally at Noel Leeming at the end of August. Included is a HP Touchstone charger (As new condition), and a  official HP case (good condition, a few faint marks on the case), these 2 accessories cost me $100 total for both.

Everything comes with their original boxes and instructions. 

I will include eBay receipt from the seller for the touchpad, also if I can find it the receipt from Noel Leeming for the accessories. 

I am not making any money at all from this, i'm not someone who bought these to resell at a profit, I am actually making a large loss on this but I want a Samsung Galaxy S2 so they have to go. 

This total package ended up costing me over $400.

If I can't sell it here I will split it up and sell on trademe individually.  

Pickup from Wellington CBD is available. Alternatively signature courier anywhere in New Zealand is also an option via NZ Couriers for $10 extra. 

If you have any questions please ask, if there is not much interest here I will list on trademe in the next few days.

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  Reply # 525410 24-Sep-2011 19:51
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I would be willing to sell the tablet by itself without accessories for $300.



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  Reply # 525561 25-Sep-2011 15:20
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Sold.

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