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# 208004 22-Jan-2017 21:37
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I’m in Wellington.  Prefer buyer pickup.

 

Day 1 purchase Playstation 4.  $220

 

Intel NUC i3 (DC3217IYE).  4GB RAM, 32GB SSD, Flirc IR receiver.  Mainly used as a kodi box. Currently running OpenMediaVault just because I wanted to see what it was like. $220

 

Amazon Fire TV 2. $100

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1709737 26-Jan-2017 07:57
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Fire TV sold.


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  # 1709749 26-Jan-2017 08:33
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Thought this was an ad for stuff.co.nz for sale ;)

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  # 1709752 26-Jan-2017 08:41
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Linux: Thought this was an ad for stuff.co.nz for sale ;)

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Yeah, when I saw the price $220, that confirmed it....




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  # 1711409 29-Jan-2017 18:09
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PS4 sold.

 

Anyone want a NUC?


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  # 1711411 29-Jan-2017 18:10
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Linux: Thought this was an ad for stuff.co.nz for sale ;)

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So did I!


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  # 1712474 29-Jan-2017 20:48
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Linux: Thought this was an ad for stuff.co.nz for sale ;)

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They'd be lucky if they could pay someone to take it :) 

 

 


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