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Master Geek
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Topic # 113096 6-Jan-2013 09:44
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I have for sale my US purchased Nexus 7 tablet. It is the 16gb model and comes with the USB cable and a US plug - I can include the US-NZ Adapter if you would like.

Tablet is in perfect condition & includes the official Nexus 7 Travel Cover in Blue.

I purchased this in addition to one of the Chinese Ainol tablets. While the build quality and speed of this blow the Ainol away - I really wanted HDMI and SD Card which the Nexus lacks.

Reasonable offers please :) I live in West Auckland and work in Mt Wellington if you would like to pickup.

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  Reply # 740590 6-Jan-2013 10:10
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I just sold mine on Geekzone for $220 - that's pretty much what they're going for 2nd hand (unless if you have heaps of accessories for it)

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  Reply # 743920 12-Jan-2013 23:18
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And Sold!

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