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Master Geek


Topic # 159761 11-Dec-2014 21:00
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Hi guys,

Started a project that I have no way of now finishing due to personal and financial reasons.

I have a handful of these SSD to sell - Still factory sealed as pictured below.

I'm listing them on Trade me at my cost of $275 but will sell them here for $250.

All shipping costs are cover by the buyer.
Happy to bubble wrap and take down to the post office or I work and live in Wellington CBD.

Purchased internationally so warranty only stands if you can take it up with Samsung.
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/support/warranty.html

Happy to talk via PM if anyone want's to purchase more than one.

Samsung 840 EVO
500GB
2.5-Inch
SATA III
Internal SSD
Model: (MZ-7TE500BW)

SSD

Cheers.

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  Reply # 1195926 11-Dec-2014 22:43
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PM sent.

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  Reply # 1196701 13-Dec-2014 09:17
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PM in the AM sent too.



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Master Geek


  Reply # 1196708 13-Dec-2014 09:34
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They're all gone if the PMs I have go through with the deal. Will post an update once confirmed.



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  Reply # 1200545 19-Dec-2014 13:02
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Ok so he who shall not be named pulled out of buying the last 4 SSD - was hoping to get rid of these before Christmas.

If anyone wants to make things simple I'll take $1000 for the last 4 including overnight shipping at my cost to any main city.

Cheers

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