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Topic # 147334 16-Jun-2014 15:35
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Brought a new printer/scanner recently to replace the individual devices I have been using up until now. Have also closed my 2Talk account since upgrading to VDSL which has made the HG556A router redundant. Items being offered to Geekzone users before anyone else. All are for pickup in Wellington, however, if you want something and live out of town, we can talk postage as an extra.

1. Canon Pixma iP4500 printer.
This is a printer only. It connects via USB to either a computer (best) or a USB port on a router, which is not the best option as the printer software isn't designed for this. However, it quietly prints superb photo's up A4 (borderless) and also has a tray so you can print on printable CDs/DVDs. Paper can be fed from the bottom tray or a chute at the back. Does duplex and has individual colour ink tanks. Looking for $20 min.



2. HP C6380 printer/scanner.
This machine has been used almost exclusively as a scanner. I already had the Canon Pixma when I came into possession of it and I didn't think the printing was as good. Accordingly the ink tanks will be well and truly dry by now. Whether this will have an impact on the print ability of it or not I don't know - perhaps someone who does know could chime in? That aside, individual ink tanks, duplex, cassette feed, little LED screen. Connects to your network via ethernet cable or wirelessly. Good scanner. Looking for $10 min.



3. Uniden Xdect R035BT +1.
This analogue cordless phone system with an extra remote base/phone which has been used for VOIP, firstly with Xnet then with 2Talk when I switched to VFNZ. Works flawlessy and has great sound. Connect your smartphone to it via bluetooth and you can answer calls on your mobile with the handset, make calls on your mobile via the handest etc. Has speaker option so you can be hands free or use it like an intercom. It has a bevy of features which you can read about in this pdf. These still retail here for $180+, I'm looking for $90 min.



4. Vodafone HG-556A ADSL router.
Redundant due to a recent VDSL upgrade. Free to a good home.

Edit: changes made to make the listing look prettier :-)

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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. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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