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Topic # 91931 23-Oct-2011 19:22 Send private message

This iPad1 has hardly been used, bought for travelling, tired of carrying a laptop. It was setup and a boon during 5 earthquake caused power cuts. But with house damage, EQC, relocating workplace, etc, no holidays or travel.


As things are stabilising, I added the rest of my files to the device recently, but on impulse last Friday grabbed an iPad2, also 64Gb. So this is the reason for selling the iPad1. It's always been in an Incipio folder, so is in as new condition.


What Do You Get?

iPad1 64Gb, 3G, Wifi
Original box, including leaflet, Sim Tool, 10W Power Adapter 


What State is OS in?

iOS5, clean, as in a shop purchased device. Turn it on, it takes you through the initial setup process.
I restored it to the iPad2 and upgraded that. Desynced all media from iPad1, and Reset data and settings.   


Price?

You can get a low 16Gb, Wifi only iPad2 for $799. I feel $800 is a fair price for an as new, hardly used device, that also has has 3G and a hefty 64Gb


If no interest, I will Trademe it, but want to give the Geekzone community first option.

Cheers         

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  Reply # 536780 23-Oct-2011 19:28 Send private message

Incipio Folder case is an Incipio Kickstand

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  Reply # 537857 26-Oct-2011 17:25 Send private message

Just FYI, Apple are selling this model refurbished for $780 online at http://store.apple.com/nz/product/FC497

 

 



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  Reply # 542853 8-Nov-2011 21:44 Send private message

Peppery: Just FYI, Apple are selling this model refurbished for $780 online at http://store.apple.com/nz/product/FC497

Correction $779.

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  Reply # 542858 8-Nov-2011 22:04 Send private message

Refurbs have a brand new battery I heard - can anyone confirm?

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  Reply # 542859 8-Nov-2011 22:04 Send private message

ahmad: Refurbs have a brand new battery I heard - can anyone confirm?

Confirmed, there is a picture on the page that shows this. 

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