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reddragon

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#208865 2-Mar-2017 18:33
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Hi. Looking for any working second hand raspberry pi b+.

The more the better.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Kind Regards

Calvin

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  #1729094 2-Mar-2017 19:31
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How many do you want? And do you have a budget in mind?

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  #1729357 3-Mar-2017 11:49
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Looking for approx 10. Depending on cost may purchase more or less. I can get new $33 + GST. So second needs to be less than that. Was thinking 20 a pop. Your thoughts?

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  #1729368 3-Mar-2017 12:09
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You really need B+? I have a few spare model B, incl WiFi dongles & cases.

 

 

 

 




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  #1729371 3-Mar-2017 12:10
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Yea I currently have 51 and need them all the same.

Thanks tho

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  #1729372 3-Mar-2017 12:10
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These are model 1 b+

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  #1729391 3-Mar-2017 13:21
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I have at least one B+, maybe two or three (some of them will be Bs).

 

Where are you located?


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  #1729401 3-Mar-2017 13:30
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Tauranga. how can I organise to get the b+ models from you and organise payment.



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  #1731071 6-Mar-2017 16:09
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reddragon: Hi. Looking for any working second hand raspberry pi b+.

The more the better.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Kind Regards

Calvin

 

What are you using them for?  Teaching? Commercial projects?

 

 





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  #1731072 6-Mar-2017 16:11
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Photogrammetry/3d scanning

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  #1732308 7-Mar-2017 09:48
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reddragon: Tauranga. how can I organise to get the b+ models from you and organise payment.

 

OK. I've got one B+.  It's currently doing media centre duties at the moment, and I thought I had something suitable to replace it with, but my other Pis are all the old 256MB model and my recollection is that they don't run XBMC nearly as well.

 

So ... not worth the hassle, sorry.


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