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Topic # 112748 19-Dec-2012 08:31
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Used as a SSH tunnel for remote access. 
No need for it anymore and I don't have the time to tinker with it.

256Mb version

$60
Auckland central





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  Reply # 734722 19-Dec-2012 09:12
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Hi, is this in a case or just raw?



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  Reply # 734800 19-Dec-2012 10:27
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No case, just the PCB.




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  Reply # 735618 20-Dec-2012 16:22
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Sold!




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  Reply # 735754 20-Dec-2012 21:49
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Unsold! Please remove the tick




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  Reply # 735827 21-Dec-2012 07:12
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Problem?

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  Reply # 735828 21-Dec-2012 07:14
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Gooseybhai: Problem?

I was going to buy it but wasnt quite what I was after!




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  Reply # 736762 24-Dec-2012 08:02
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