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Topic # 127147 31-Jul-2013 18:20
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Looking to sell my old monitor, I'll list it up on TradeMe if no one here is interested. In pretty good condition, bought in Jan-Feb 2012 so still have CGA coverage with BlueWheel. Passive 3D is alright but I never was at the right angle for it as I look down on my monitor instead of eye level. Comes with glasses, clip ons + original box + some cables. Can download software online so won't include that. Base isn't best condition with some scratches but rest of monitor is very good, no dead pixels etc. NZPost says $14 postage South Island, $24 postage North Island. Pick up maybe possible if in Dunedin. Selling as I'm switching to a Nvidia surround setup so need identical monitors ideally matching my laptop sync polarity as well. Open to offers, not too sure what it's worth nowadays.

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  Reply # 869436 31-Jul-2013 18:20
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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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