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Topic # 114602 25-Feb-2013 12:49
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This has been sitting around gathering dust since returning from Google I/O last year, so it's got to go - virtually unused, excellent condition, all original packaging.

More info and specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nexus_Q

Yes, the Nexus Q is (by all current indications) a dead project to Google.  But it's a cool piece of hardware that (out of the box) still does a nice job of streaming YouTube videos, and if you happen to have a VPN or other service to access US-only content, then it'll do Google Movies and Music as well.  And it's hackable.  You know you want it.

So if funky pulsating orbital light shows are your thing, or you just want a way to queue up kid-safe YT videos on TV from your phone while you're making the dinner, Q will do it for you.

PM me to make an offer.  No idea what it's worth now.

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  Reply # 776771 8-Mar-2013 11:44
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You still selling your Q? I have a sudden and strange interest in playing with one. Let me Tim tjlmorris gmail

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  Reply # 776779 8-Mar-2013 11:47
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Sorry, already sold. I should have come back here to say so.

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