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Topic # 113175 8-Jan-2013 18:57
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Doing a bit of a clearout, will chuck on Trademe if no interest here in the next couple of days. Free courier on all small items (excluding the lights). Pickup in Riccarton, Christchurch if you want to.

Linksys WAG200G - Wireless-G ADSL2+ Router - Comes with power supply, antenna, no box or instructions (not that you need them!). Average condition, scratched on the underside, fully functional - $20

Edimax ES-5500G - 5 port gigabit switch - Mint condition, barely used. Just comes with power supply. $30

3Com OfficeConnect Dual Speed Switch 8 - 8 port 10/100 switch, comes with power supply, average condition, fully functional

6x Single fluorescent light fittings, with modern starters so minimal flicker and relatively instant-on. Comes with Philips 36W 1200mm 'Cool daylight' tubes with plenty of life left in them. Average condition, but perfect for the workshop or garage. This will have to be picked up. $10 each or $50 for all 6.


I also have a Yealink T20, barely used, mint condition, however it is currently in the proverbial safe place, but I'll post when I find it. Open to offers.



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  Reply # 742154 9-Jan-2013 12:05
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Also have near new 2degrees smart touch - full function android smartphone - currently listed on Trademe starting at $50 http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=550802986

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  Reply # 742169 9-Jan-2013 12:19
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Mmm.. Keen on the 5-port gigabit switch.

And that 2Degrees Smart Touch, I'm curious to try an Android but didn't want to spend large... so this could be a good candidate, do you know if it has any possibility it could get upgraded to ICS?

I'm in CHC, Upper Riccarton area.




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  Reply # 742205 9-Jan-2013 12:47
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chiefie: Mmm.. Keen on the 5-port gigabit switch.

And that 2Degrees Smart Touch, I'm curious to try an Android but didn't want to spend large... so this could be a good candidate, do you know if it has any possibility it could get upgraded to ICS?

I'm in CHC, Upper Riccarton area.


Would be a good candidate to try android, it has much the same functionality of its big android brothers, just smaller and with less grunt, certainly a cheap start. I doubt that you could upgrade to ICS, firstly the device wouldnt be powerful enough, and secondly it is only sold by 2degrees (not internationally) so will have relatively poor developer support for a 3rd party ICS solution.

Happy to drop off the gigabit switch to you, seeing as you're local



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  Reply # 742241 9-Jan-2013 13:33
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The Smart Touch & Gigabit router have been sold to Chiefie



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  Reply # 742365 9-Jan-2013 16:26
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Found the Yealink!



Its a Yealink SIP-T20, purchased last year for to experiment with VOIP, never got used much. Comes with power supply, table top stand and handset. Was very easy to config, i got a 2talk line up and running on it fairly quickly.



Looking for around $80, and will courier it to you for free

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  Reply # 742392 9-Jan-2013 17:11
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I will take the phone and Linksys router, I am in Upper Riccarton too so can pick up.

PM me if you're keen!




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  Reply # 742399 9-Jan-2013 17:15
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Damnit, all of the good things have gone! Need to be quick on this forum ;)




 


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  Reply # 742400 9-Jan-2013 17:17
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Peppery: Damnit, all of the good things have gone! Need to be quick on this forum ;)


I win ;)




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  Reply # 742434 9-Jan-2013 18:17
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Peppery: Damnit, all of the good things have gone! Need to be quick on this forum ;)


The party keeps rolling!

Have a couple of TP-Link 5dBi Omni-directional antennas, on a 130cm lead with RP-SMA (standard wifi antenna connection) both for $10 pickup or $15 couriered.



And just to remind, the workshop lights are still for sale 



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  Reply # 742761 10-Jan-2013 12:54
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Also have Sony powered subwoofer SA-WM500, pickup only in Riccarton, Chch.



150 watts, 12" inch driver, built in amplifier with RCA input or speaker pass through. Features controls for level, phase, and cutoff frequency. Good condition, just a small nick on the grille fabric, and one of the RCAs on the rear doesnt work, so you can only input a line level signal, not pass through.

Could be yours for just $100

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  Reply # 742805 10-Jan-2013 13:37
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I could use those TP-Link antennas thanks :)



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  Reply # 742827 10-Jan-2013 14:21
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nutbugs: I could use those TP-Link antennas thanks :)


Sold..to you!


Just the subwoofer and workshop lights left



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  Reply # 745909 16-Jan-2013 20:14
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One more thing to sell:

TP-Link TD-W8960n  - ADSL2+ Modem/Router/Wireless-N AP/4 port switch

Just search the forums here for plenty of good reviews

Comes with antennas and power supply

$60 including shipping in NZ

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