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Topic # 114639 26-Feb-2013 12:15
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Just returned from a Australia trip and I had purchased a (Impulse buy) Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in Grey. WiFi only version. 

Retails about 750 in NZ. 
I have bought this from JB HiFi in Melbourne last week. Comes with receipt of purchase. 

The packet is still sealed and un-opened. 

I have a iPad 3 and wish to depart from it, but too lazy to transfer all the stuff from it. 

Any offers? i can consider selling this .. 

I live in Flat Bush, Manukau - available for pick up. 

Link for the same item on PB Tech

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=TABSAM8010&name=Samsung-Galaxy--Note-10.1-(Grey)-WiFi-+-16GB--10.1



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  Reply # 771060 27-Feb-2013 13:27
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no one?

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  Reply # 771330 27-Feb-2013 22:06
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You will do better on TradeMe. Geeks do not pay RRP and use PriceSpy etc. to find good local deals. Geeks also look up the price advertised on the JB AU web site and subtract GST to know what it actually cost you (great price, I got my laptop from JB AU which was also a steal, unlike JB NZ).




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  Reply # 771355 27-Feb-2013 22:37
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$400

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  Reply # 771356 27-Feb-2013 22:37
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Or try trademe :)

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