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# 99390 18-Mar-2012 21:53

So I would like to know how much this computer: http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/product/XC7988/asus-1015bx-blk064s-netbook-black would be worth. I've owned it for less then a month and it still has the plastic protective film on it. I purchased it for $500 and with a 2 year warranty. But it's no longer needed and I was wondering how much I could sell it for? I have used it about 5 times, and it has no faults.
Any help would be appreciated. 

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  # 596914 18-Mar-2012 21:54
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Put it on trademe $1 reserve and you will find out how much it's worth



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  # 596915 18-Mar-2012 21:56

Have thought about that but I'm worried that it will sell for like 10 bucks or something..lol

 
 
 
 


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  # 596917 18-Mar-2012 21:59
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Can't see that happening you might get $15



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  # 596918 18-Mar-2012 22:01

Worth a shot haha

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