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# 106553 26-Jul-2012 12:27
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Hello folks

I am shuffling things around here and want to sell a relatively new Lenovo M91 desktop (Ultra Small Form Factor) and two LCD monitors.

Great development workstation, can be used as a mini tower or desktop. Some games - Steam L4D2 works fine, but more intense graphics games will not be fast.

Lenovo ThinkCentre M91 (1):
  • Intel Core i3 
  • 8 GB DDR3 RAM 
  • 200 GB Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM 
  • 8 USB ports 
  • Speaker/mic jacks in front and back 
  • Windows 7 Professional 
  • Gigabit Ethernet 
  • Radeon HD 5450 (VGA/DVI-D) 
  • DVD RW 
  • Original corded Lenovo keyboard/mouse combo (never used) 
Lenovo ThinkVision L1951p (2):
  • 19 inch 
  • 1440 x 900
  • VGA Analog, DVI-D Digital
  • contrast ration 1000:1 
  • response time 5 ms 
  • VESA mount 

I can restore to original factory settings, and install the latest updates/AMD drivers, so it's ready to use.

I'm in Wellington so this is more suited for a local deal, otherwise shipping needs to be calculated separately.

Asking about $ 1000 ONO for the whole package, or will sell separately ($500 desktop, $100 per monitor).

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  # 665408 1-Aug-2012 13:49
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Great little machines, Im using one right now at work but mine didnt come with a Radeon :(

XPD / Gavin / DemiseNZ


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  # 670597 10-Aug-2012 14:21
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freitasm: Still haven't sold it, so relisted now on Trade Me.

Im thinking your link isnt right :)

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