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Topic # 222590 19-Aug-2017 20:34
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I need to clear out a few things I have here that I don't need any longer.

 

I've got a Green (it's actually a very nice colour) Xperia E6653 Z5 which I'm open to offers for.

 

This is a Hong Kong handset which is 13 months old. I've flashed it so it's running the generic Australian firmware which means it gets updates very quickly. NFC works fine with NZ bank apps such as ANZ goMoney. Comes complete with a new 1 month old Ringke Fusion clear case. The phone has had a glass screen protector for most of the time but does not come with one as I cracked it and have removed it.

 

It does have a couple of very minor scratches on the screen. The phone has no drop damage as it's always been in a Ringke case. It does have a few mark on the back edges and back from the case rubbing. Overall I'd describe it as very good condition.

 

 

 

I also have a Mikrotik RB751U which is surplus to requirements

 

https://mikrotik.com/product/RB751U-2HnD

 

This is an older 32MB device with 2.4GHz WiFi and 100Mbps ports. It's a perfect device if you want a cheap device to learn RouterOS on, but certainly not recommended for something such as a 100Mbps UFB connection as it will struggle! Comes with original box and 12VDC power supply.

 

$25 + $6.50 shipping or free pickup/delivery in the Wgtn CBD

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1848986 19-Aug-2017 21:22
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RB751U is now sold


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  Reply # 1849050 20-Aug-2017 07:58
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Have you got a ballpark figure on the Z5?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1849057 20-Aug-2017 09:07
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I've just had a look at phones on Trademe and feel about $275 is probably a fair price. I'm open to offers.

 

 




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