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Topic # 185269 16-Nov-2015 15:29
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Near-new Toshiba laptop with a few scratches on the under-side of it and a couple on the top only visible in direct light.

Laptop was purchased on the 24th of June this year from Noel Leeming, so it's still under warranty.

This model usually has 4GB of RAM but has been upgraded to 8GB.
The RRP for this laptop is $1400 on a 4GB model.

This laptop sports a 17.3" screen which makes for a great experience. It also has a 2015 low-power intel processor which in turn gives a battery life of about 3-4 hours.

The GPU in the laptop is an Nvidia Geforce 930m, which I've found can run modern games at a decent FPS.

Full list of specs can be found here.

Looking for about $800.

North Island > overnight delivery    $31.00
North Island > 1-4 business days    $13.20

South Island > overnight delivery    $14.70
South Island > 1-4 business days    $8.50

Last Edit: I'm located in Invercargill, and all photos can be found here

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  Reply # 1428981 16-Nov-2015 15:29
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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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  Reply # 1429317 17-Nov-2015 07:39
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What's the actual CPU and laptop model name?

The 930m is a good laptop card for anyone wondering, runs fallout4, blops3 and MGSV at medium/high settings at 720p


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  Reply # 1430438 18-Nov-2015 15:13
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Whoops, sorry about the late reply. Didn't get an email for some reason..
Anyhow, the CPU model is an i5 5200U. Clock speed is 2.2GHz and boosts to 2.7GHz

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  Reply # 1430440 18-Nov-2015 15:15
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Willing to go down to $750!

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  Reply # 1433404 23-Nov-2015 16:52
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Will take $700!

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  Reply # 1433480 23-Nov-2015 19:22
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