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Master Geek

# 208891 4-Mar-2017 09:27
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I understand the 2010 version was the last that had a dvd slot. Looking to setup a media server so hoping this will do it. TM got lots of macmini's but asking for unrealistic price; or I'm just too slow to win one. So, hoping I spark the interest of someone who's got a forgotten 'spare' in the cupboard and would like to sell.

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Uber Geek


  # 1729963 4-Mar-2017 16:11
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Well, as luck would have it...


I am in the process of swapping out a Mac Mini, given it's only now used for running Logitech Media Server and Kodi, so will have this available for sale soon.


And, as it happens, it's a mid-2010 model with the DVD drive... Still going perfectly well since I bought it off another GZ member back in mid 2014.


* Currently running 10.10.5 (will put a clean install prior to shipping)


* 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo


* 8GB 133 MHz DDR3 RAM


* NVIDIA GeForece 320M 256MB video


* 80GB Intel SSD 


* Apple remote with it


* Could also look at selling an Apple bluetooth keyboard (but not mouse) if you needed it







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Master Geek

  # 1730084 4-Mar-2017 20:11
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Yup - sounds good. Have you a price in mind please?


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Uber Geek


  # 1730352 5-Mar-2017 13:33
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Yup - sounds good. Have you a price in mind please?



How does $300 plus shipping sound? I think this a fair price, given what earlier generations go for on TM! Keyboard an extra $20 if you want that.


If you're keen, can you please PM me your email address and we can complete the sale that way.





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Master Geek

  # 1730445 5-Mar-2017 16:41
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Sounds good.


Send me your bank account number please.


Apple keyboard? Wireless?





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Ultimate Geek


  # 1732145 6-Mar-2017 20:40
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If anyone has something similar that I could run iMovie without hassle on that they would like to sell cheap, I am interested as well : )



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