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Topic # 116487 30-Apr-2013 20:05
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The project I was going to use this for is no longer happening.

What you get: Mele A3700, flashed with English firmware, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  In original box.

Has Wifi and wired ethernet.

Comes with a rather clever remote that makes the mouse cursor move when you move the remote (i.e. tilt it up, cursor goes up), so fairly natural to use, you point the remote at your screen and moving it makes the cursor move in the same direction.  A bit like a Wii controller.  Has buttons on it too.

This model has HDMI and VGA out (good if you have an old projector like me).  You can plug a USB UVC webcam in and run skype on it etc.  USB audio devices can be used which is good if you have a nice USB DAC.

Will ship anywhere in NZ if buyer pays for the postage, or you can pickup from me in Wellington (CBD or Mt Cook).  Asking price is $80.

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  Reply # 808207 30-Apr-2013 20:05
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.

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  Reply # 808306 30-Apr-2013 23:13
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Just wondering were you able to use it at all?
Just to advise what the speed of it was like, and did it get hot at all?

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  Reply # 808326 1-May-2013 01:36
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Can it take a usb keyboard and mouse??? I see it has 3 USB ports that would leave one for a Hard Drive.

Forgot to ask how old is it, do you still have the receipt is it still covered by warranty and have you had any issues with it???

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  Reply # 809363 1-May-2013 09:11
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Looks like I've got a buyer.

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