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# 207790 13-Jan-2017 19:23
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I have a wide variety of things I'm looking to clear out.

 

All items are in Wellington. All prices exclude postage.
I am about 15mins from train station (Wellington) so can meet people there if needed.
Alternatively I can coordinate/deliver in the wider south/north Wellington region up to Upper Hutt/Porirua

 

Some pictures are located at;
https://1drv.ms/f/s!AvgOax08G8EnhAmQjjP2X9j5mfJj
if your require more let me know and I will upload.

 

 

 

ITEMS ARE:
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$150 each
2 x Logitech Squeezebox Duet (note that these have UK power plugs)

 

$250
PS3 Superslim 500GB (CECH-4202C) includes 3 controllers (blue/black/green digital camouflage), hdmi/rgb cable included.
Has only had about 60hrs use since purchased in 2014.  Last really used in July 2015 - some updates/dabbling since this date.

 

$100
CISCO SPA122 VoIP Gateway ATA
(I never got around to using this so is still like new – maybe opened once to play with and update firmware)

$50
HP pavilion desktop only (model PG053AA)
Pentium 4 2.8GHz, 512MB Ram, GeForce FX 5200XT, DVD writer, multi SD card reader, 120GB IDE drive. Winxp home on IDE drive. Have included additional SATA drive (400GB)

 

$50
Dune HD Smart B1 media player

 

$20
Panasonic DVD player (DVD-S38) - never used

$40
Android tablet - 4.0.4  (AMICROE TouchTAB S)  - includes case

 

$150 each
2 x Synology EDS14

 

$150
Dell Laptop - Insperion 6400 - ram replaced to 1GB/battery is now depleted (included) - Note that this is a UK keyboard layout

 

$400
Sony Laptop - VGN-Z21WN - comes with additional vgp-bpl12 battery - Note that this is a UK keyboard layout

 

$10
Samsung Galaxy Y (no power/usb cables etc) - purchased in EU works on Vodafone

 

$20
Nokia 620 (no power/usb cables etc) -  purchased directly from Nokia EU

$20
Nokia 520 (no power/usb cables etc) - NZ purchase - Vodafone network

 

 

 

Software
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$50 Windows Home Server (oem)
$50 Microsoft Office Pro 2007 (retail)
$200 Synology Camera Licence 4 pack (licences to add additional 4 cameras to Synology system)
$60 Adobe Photoshop Elements 10
$50 Rosetta Stone Japanese levels 1 & 2 (learn Japanese) - (purchased 2007 so may need to run in windows compatible mode)

 

 

 

PC Parts
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$60 each
2 x Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series

$ 20
Sapphire Radeon HD 4890

 

$30
Asus Xonar DGX sound card

 

Laptop RAM - $10 each (purchased with Dell laptops but was cheaper to buy/upgrade ram separately at the time so never really used)
2 x Samsung 512MB DDR2 2R X 16 PC2-5300S-555-12-A3
2 x Unknown brand (Dell) 256MB DDR2 1Rx16 PC2-3200s

 

Desktop RAM – $12.50 each - limited use - was for my testing pc but was swapped for 4GB modules
6 x Crucial DDR3 2GB CT25664BA 1067.16FF PC3-8500

 

 

 

PC & Mac Games
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$100 The Sims 3
(includes expansions: Generations, Seasons, Late Night, Ambitions, World Adventures, University Life & stuff add-ons Town Life, Fast Lane

$40 The Sims Medieval – Limited Edition
(Includes expansion: The Sims Medieval Pirates and Nobles adventure pack)

 


$250
PS3 Superslim 500GB (CECH-4202C) includes 3 controllers (blue/black/green digital camouflage), hdmi/rgb cable included.
Has only had about 60hrs use since purchased in 2014.  Last used July 2015 - some updates/dabbling since this date.

 


PS3 GAMES
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*purchased in NZ
$10 Gran Turismo 6
$25 Grand Theft Auto V
$10 Risen 2

*purchased in UK - a UK playstation account may be needed if you intent to buy additional content
$10 Motorstorm
$10 Lego Batman The Videogame
$10 Valkyria Chronicles
$10 Bayonetta
$10 Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm

 

*Purchased in Japan – all details are in Japanese language
$20 Initial D Extreme Stage


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  # 1702882 13-Jan-2017 19:34
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I'll take Office 2007 retail, subject to due diligence around license transfer - I've never done it before. I'll look at it tomorrow and PM you.




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  # 1702891 13-Jan-2017 20:03
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Hi @timmmay

 

Held for you to confirm

 


This was purchased in the UK via Amazon as a full retail product so transfer should be straight forward - just serial number off box required.
If any original receipts are required I can get off these off my amazon account if you need these.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1702912 13-Jan-2017 21:31
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Did a quick Google. If you can supply retail box including certificate of authenticity (which may be a sticker) all good, no problems. If all you have is a serial number I may pass.




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  # 1702954 13-Jan-2017 22:27
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Can confirm product key is attached to box
"Proof of licence. See Licence terms. Label not to be sold separately "

 

ie this this is a full retail box with disks and product key,  not just serial number or oem product.

 

I think you are in Wellington so I'm happy to meet up on Monday morning if you want to inspect it


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  # 1703008 13-Jan-2017 23:52

"$50 Windows Home Server (oem)"

I don't think you can sell OEM license. The OEM license goes together with the hardware hence its cheaper to buy.

Unless of course the server is included in that price?

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  # 1703009 13-Jan-2017 23:57

Do you have the box and CD software for Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series? How old is it?
There seems to be different variants in google images, are you able to PM me the image of what you have please?
Also how much would postage to Auckland be?



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  # 1703267 14-Jan-2017 19:17
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Oriphix: "$50 Windows Home Server (oem)"

I don't think you can sell OEM license. The OEM license goes together with the hardware hence its cheaper to buy.

Unless of course the server is included in that price?

 

 

 

Windows Home Server was a weird one.  I don't think you could buy a retail version.  There were some manufacturers (Acer/HP) that did it as a server bundle. 
I bought this copy in Europe from a bricks and mortar store and was not part of a hardware purchase. I dabbled with it but went with a Synology NAS.

 

 

 

 




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  # 1703270 14-Jan-2017 19:33
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Oriphix: Do you have the box and CD software for Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series? How old is it?
There seems to be different variants in google images, are you able to PM me the image of what you have please?
Also how much would postage to Auckland be?

 

 

 

Both of them are about 5 years old.  I do not have the box.  I have 1 software CD but it would be better to get current drivers/software from Creatives website.
There should be a link at the top of the post that has a picture available.  Basically its the model that has a front panel control.

 

Unsure of postage to Auckland but will include standard postage as part of $60.


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  # 1703626 15-Jan-2017 17:27
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Can I take the 4890 video card?

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  # 1703633 15-Jan-2017 18:10
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One of those Creative audio cards would be great if it's PCIe and not PCI 




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  # 1703666 15-Jan-2017 18:46
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elpenguino:

 

As you can tell i really want the video card :-)

 

The button on the windows phone app didn't seem to be doing anything, mods feel free to delete the duplicates

 

 

Not sure -  you don't seem desperate enough.

 

PM sent

 

 




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  # 1703686 15-Jan-2017 19:07
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Athlonite:

 

One of those Creative audio cards would be great if it's PCIe and not PCI 

 

 

Yes it is PCIe
Specific item as purchased off Amazon.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Creative-Blaster-Titanium-Fatal1ty-Champion-x/dp/B0019JDDF0

 

 


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  # 1703722 15-Jan-2017 19:58
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NightStalker:

elpenguino:


As you can tell i really want the video card :-)


The button on the windows phone app didn't seem to be doing anything, mods feel free to delete the duplicates



Not sure -  you don't seem desperate enough.


PM sent


 



If you knew me better you would know I am very desperate 😊

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  # 1703727 15-Jan-2017 20:04
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Oriphix: "$50 Windows Home Server (oem)"

I don't think you can sell OEM license. The OEM license goes together with the hardware hence its cheaper to buy.

Unless of course the server is included in that price?

 

I bought Windows Home Server from Ascent. It is a strange one as mentioned because only a couple of companies made servers, most of the OS was used by enthusiasts.





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  # 1704436 17-Jan-2017 00:15
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NightStalker:

 

Athlonite:

 

One of those Creative audio cards would be great if it's PCIe and not PCI 

 

 

Yes it is PCIe
Specific item as purchased off Amazon.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Creative-Blaster-Titanium-Fatal1ty-Champion-x/dp/B0019JDDF0

 

 

 

 

 

 

PM sent


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