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Topic # 112795 20-Dec-2012 15:26
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Anyone decided to quit one of these, or bought an extra one that you don't really need?

PM me. Willing to pay slightly over the odds for one (just cause I want one right now lol).




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  Reply # 735586 20-Dec-2012 15:43
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This good enough
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77&topicid=112748




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  Reply # 735588 20-Dec-2012 15:47
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Don't element14 ship overnight to NZ from Sydney?




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  Reply # 735590 20-Dec-2012 15:52
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Yes element14 do ship overnight from Sydney and shipping is free.



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  Reply # 735591 20-Dec-2012 15:53
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Link? Everytime I looked at E14 I just got a trademe.co.nz/computers link???




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  Reply # 735594 20-Dec-2012 15:57
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  Reply # 735598 20-Dec-2012 16:01
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Or do I just order as Australia?




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  Reply # 735599 20-Dec-2012 16:03
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Cant order from Aussie site from that page, wont accept non Australian address.

Where am I failing?




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  Reply # 735603 20-Dec-2012 16:11
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Nz.element14.com should do it but it looks like they are out of stock in Aussie :-(

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  Reply # 735605 20-Dec-2012 16:12
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Do you want the new 512MB model or will a 256MB one do?




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  Reply # 735606 20-Dec-2012 16:14
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Oh. I just tried to order and now they say they won't sell to you unless you claim to be a business. If you claim to be a consumer they send you to trade me.



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  Reply # 735607 20-Dec-2012 16:15
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Looks like Im buying Shindigs 256MB one.

Do you have one for sale too? (I might be interested in a second one)

PM me...




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  Reply # 735624 20-Dec-2012 16:37
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  Reply # 735626 20-Dec-2012 16:43
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Thanks guys.

I have bought Shindigs one, and possibly keen to buy another, so have responded to both of you.

I could do with a stack of these things...

1. LAMP+Mailserver
2. Asterisk
3. XBMC lounge
4. XBMC bedroom
5. Development/test

Have largely ignored them up until now, but now I can't wait to lay my hands on one.




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  Reply # 735721 20-Dec-2012 21:00
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So say you are a business?

I had read that farnell/e14 had some that were made in china which were giving some people grief, so sticked to ordering from RS. Never really realised how useful it was to have a decentish spec server with actual IO pins instead of having to offload things to a smaller microcontroller till I saw a few projects.




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