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Master Geek


# 107049 6-Aug-2012 12:21
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Brand new never been opened - purchased for a friend who decided they didn't want it.

$150.00 and its yours.

If you have the technical skills to set it up it provides hours of entertainment otherwise its a smallish paper weight. 

Sorry I will not provide any advice on setting it up.





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Master Geek


  # 670414 10-Aug-2012 09:39
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ok no takers @ $150 - make me a reasonable offer and its yours. First in with a reasonable offer gets it. Please PM me.

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  # 673111 16-Aug-2012 07:55
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did you still want to sell this? :)

 
 
 
 




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Master Geek


# 673209 16-Aug-2012 10:43
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sure do.

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  # 673553 17-Aug-2012 07:09
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If you have the technical skills to set it up it provides hours of entertainment otherwise its a smallish paper weight. 


Are the technical skills more than unblock-us or VPN's?

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  # 673583 17-Aug-2012 09:14
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timbosan:
If you have the technical skills to set it up it provides hours of entertainment otherwise its a smallish paper weight. 


Are the technical skills more than unblock-us or VPN's?


And setting up an account, requires some Googling to find out how.  Apparently just have to find a zip code which contains the post code of your credit card billing address, but not something I've ever done or plan on doing.  The only time I've seen this work was someone that came from the US and already had an account with the US based company, so he only setup a VPN which was needed anyway to continue contract work he was doing and configuring his router to limit the bandwidth for that connection as data cost in NZ is slightly higher than what he was used to in the US...




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Master Geek


# 674322 19-Aug-2012 18:02
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This box is back on the market - $130.00 buy now price PM me if you want it.

Cheers

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