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Ultimate Geek

# 214615 20-May-2017 17:40
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I have accumulated a few 'projects' over the years, but it appears I'm never going to get round to completing them.


Looking for offers by way of PM - all items are physically located in Inglewood (just out of New Plymouth).  Pick up would be welcome and any shipping at buyers expense.


Happy to flick some photos to people if interested.




Laptop 1


Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 PSLB1A-02R01E


Pentium Dual T2390 1.86Ghz


2GB Ram


120GB Hard Drive




Vista Home Premium


Slightly loose power connector - power cable plugs in fine and stays connected so no issues with using it.  Includes power adaptor.  Assume battery is rubbish.


Laptop lid has quite a few marks on it.




Laptop 2


Asus A54C-SX138V


Core i3 2350M 2.3Ghz from what I can fathom


4GB Ram


320GB Hard Drive




Windows 7 Home Premium


Another loose power connector from what I can make out.  No power adaptor for this one.  Assume battery is rubbish.




Laptop 3


HP Pavilion DV6700


Intel Centrino


2GB Ram


No Hard Drive




Vista Home Premium


No power adaptor so cannot check anything on this one.  Was working last time I checked, just had a dead hard drive which I never got round to replacing.  Assume battery is rubbish.




Laptop 4


Acer Aspire 5750


Core i5 2430m 2.4Ghz


4GB Ram


640GB Hard Drive




Windows 10 Home (Windows 7 COA)


Slightly loose power connector - just needs to be at the right angle and charges fine.  Battery seems to hold a reasonable charge.




Other stuff


Pipo X9S Black - see here for link


8.9" screen


Cherry Trail Z8300 quad core 1.84Ghz


4GB Ram




Windows 10 Home


Blue screen on boot




Desktop PC


Asus M2V motherboard


Unsure of CPU


1GB Ram


250GB Hard Drive




NX7950GT Video Card


Card Reader


Raidmax Ninja case - see here


Antec Neo Eco 520W PSU


Doesn't boot - powers up, fans spin, no output to screen.  Definitely prefer pick up for this.




I'm still cleaning out my office so might find more 'projects' yet. 



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Ultimate Geek

  # 1785587 21-May-2017 19:26
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Pipo sold thanks.


Everything else still available.

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