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Hawkes Bay
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# 20846 7-Apr-2008 19:51
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Time for a more complete clear out than I have had for a while. Things unused in a few months, or that I can do without, are going!!
Make an offer before they go on $1 reserve on TM. All items in Hastings, will ship at your cost.

  • DLINK 16 port unmanaged switch (brown metal case, wide, but not rackmount wide. Could be rackmounted if you made wide mounts up. Uses standard IEC computer power cable. All the pretty lights work. 10/100MBps autosensing blah blah blah.
  • LC16M Silverstone HTPC Case hardly used, with VFD and remote, ABit 4port SATA+RAID mobo and AMD2100+ CPU, can ship case in original box with polystyrene packaging.
  • Linksys PAP2T unlocked suitable for Asterisk and/or VFX
  • AMD Duron 850MHz with 256MB RAM really reliable, great for Asterisk/Trixbox UGLY case (really ugly). Wont ship. (In use, about to be replaced)
  • Proview 17" CRT flat screen beige case, some v.minor case , screen perfect at 1280x1024. wont ship
  • Compaq Sempron 3400+ box DDR2 RAM onboard LAN/VGA great budget box
  • 2x x100p clone cards
  • Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer in great condition
  • Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop mouse+kb full media controls and zoom PS+USB average condition.
  • Skype Cordless Dualphone + extra handset + extra charging base.
  • Doro cheap cordless handset black, looks nice, excellent condition.
  • Asus eeePC (currently backpacking around Europe, back in a few weeks). White, 1GB RAM (upgraded), XP Demo or Linux. Under warranty with receipt for $599 at DSE in December 2007
  • PCI 2int4ext USB controller card.
  • DSE PS2 KVM (and all required cables built in)
  • N6200 128MB AGP gfx
  • Bluetake iPhono Plus BT stereo headphones
  • Bluetake iPhone BT stereo audio rechargeable dongle fit any 3.5mm audio device using supplied cable, or natively fit on top a 4thGen iPod.
  • Box of assorted random PC, LAN, telephone and audio cables (nothing special, about 30 cables)

Thats all I can think of for now.

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Hawkes Bay
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  # 121882 7-Apr-2008 19:57
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  • 1GB iPod Nano in white.
  • Griffin iTrip auto, has dodgy connection at dock connector, great if you can replace the connector yourself.
  • 20" old black TV with remote, goes well, wont ship, RF only, no RCAs. ($20 buys this)

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  # 121884 7-Apr-2008 20:03
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I really have no idea how much stuff is worth these days, but my brain keeps saying $1400 - $1500ish for the lot - how realistic is that? Cool

Could you deliver to Havelock Nth? (as I won't be able to get down to pick it up for a while and presumably you want to get rid of it - so will store it one of dad's many unused "sheds" until I get down there :P)


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  # 121899 7-Apr-2008 21:09
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All items have been sold.

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