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PaulBags

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#196648 7-Jun-2016 21:21
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Wanted to buy: 1080p monitor, 20~35"

Not willing to spend more than $100 for second hand (otherwise I might as well buy new).

Needs to be in good working condition.

Needs to have the original desk stand. VESA mount still accessable while stand installed a bonus (for mounting a Gigabyte Brix).

Prefer an HDMI connection, if not then DVI (HDMI to DVI cable included a bonus).

Integrated speakers not required.

Intended use: something for my dad to watch movies on, also light internet & typing.

Any pick up would have to be in the afternoon/evening or weekend, drop off could be arranged almost any time.

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  #1567480 7-Jun-2016 21:21
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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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  #1567507 7-Jun-2016 21:30
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How many do you want? I have 3 Viewsonic 24" (vx2453mh-led) - 2x HDMI and 1x VGA. Only thing is, this model does not have VESA mount, unfortunately.

 

And I'm in Christchurch.





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  #1567518 7-Jun-2016 22:03
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As above - is the VESA mount essential?


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  #1567543 7-Jun-2016 23:11
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VESA not essential, but I'd like to wait a little and see if someone has something available. Also would prefer a standard power cable vs power brick, sorry I should update the OP. EDIT: I can't edit the OP.

@phrozenpenguin: Make & model?

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  #1567670 8-Jun-2016 08:55
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@phrozenpenguin: Make & model?

 

Philips 23" FHD LED Monitor 236V3LSB


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  #1567723 8-Jun-2016 09:58
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@phrozenpenguin I'm more interested in one of the viewsonics, sorry.

@chiefie I'm PM you tonight if there's no other offers.

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  #1567730 8-Jun-2016 10:01
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No problem, hope you get what you want.


 
 
 
 


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  #1567751 8-Jun-2016 10:45
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PaulBags: VESA not essential, but I'd like to wait a little and see if someone has something available. Also would prefer a standard power cable vs power brick, sorry I should update the OP. EDIT: I can't edit the OP.

@phrozenpenguin: Make & model?

 

The display is LED and it's very so slim that it doesn't have room for built-in power, the power brick is very small though.





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  #1571033 13-Jun-2016 14:12
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I hope both @PaulBags and @nova are satisfied with their Viewsonic monitor.

 

@freitasm or any mods, since I have met and traded with these two people in-person, do they get to earn the "Trusted" tag to their profile?

 

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