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Topic # 226297 30-Dec-2017 13:51
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Ok, cleaning out and getting rid of a whole heap of assorted stuff that I no longer want nor need or want - I've got no price other than if you want the whole lot then it is yours for $150 + P&P.

 

2 x Netgear Powerline AV 200 Adapter XAV2001

 

1 x Huawei ADSL modem - HG531s V1

 

1 x AirPort Extreme Base Station A1301 (Updated to latest firmware 7.6.9)

 

1 x Transcend USB DVD/CD Writer/Reader - TS8XDVDS-K

 

1 x WavLink 'Super Speed 3.1 Gen 1 HUB' WS-UH3047C1 REV A with power adapter.

 

1 x Sanyo Ni-MH Recharger for AA and AAA batteries (includes two Apple batteries)

 

1 x Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600 (X879297-001)

 

1 x RJ 11 to RJ 11

 

6 x 1M patch lead (assorted colours)

 

1 x USB Type A to USB Type C

 

1 x Kettle cord (approx 1M long) 

 

1 x Four outlet 'ZapCatcher' power board

 

4 x Extension cords (various lengths)

 

2 x 15M Cat 5e Ethernet Cables





Laptop: MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)

 

Desktop: iMac (27-inch, 2017)

 

Smartphone: iPhone X 256GB 'Space Grey'

 

Additional devices: Apple TV 4K, UniFi Security Gateway + UniFi Access Point AC HD + UniFi Switch US-8 + Cloud Key

 

Services: BigPipe, Skinny Direct

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  Reply # 1927279 31-Dec-2017 11:18
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1 x AirPort Extreme Base Station A1301 (Updated to latest firmware 7.6.9)

 

My last pedantism for the year but the latest firmware as of 13th December is 7.7.9

 

 

 

 





iMac 27" (2013), Airport Time Capsule + Airport Express, iPhone7, iPad2, iPad Mini2

 

Panasonic Blu-ray PVR DMR-BWT835 + Panasonic Viera TH-L50E6Z, Chromecast Ultra




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  Reply # 1927403 31-Dec-2017 17:48
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Airport and Powerline are sold.

 

Something bonus to throw in:

 

1 x Intel SSD 535 240GB

 

1 x Wavlink 2.5" case with cable

 

1 x ASUS X200CA-KX151H (sold as is, not too sure whether the battery is dodgy or something else)





Laptop: MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)

 

Desktop: iMac (27-inch, 2017)

 

Smartphone: iPhone X 256GB 'Space Grey'

 

Additional devices: Apple TV 4K, UniFi Security Gateway + UniFi Access Point AC HD + UniFi Switch US-8 + Cloud Key

 

Services: BigPipe, Skinny Direct

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1927477 31-Dec-2017 23:25
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I'll throw this in the mix as well.

 

1 x HTC M7 (32GB) and recharger.





Laptop: MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)

 

Desktop: iMac (27-inch, 2017)

 

Smartphone: iPhone X 256GB 'Space Grey'

 

Additional devices: Apple TV 4K, UniFi Security Gateway + UniFi Access Point AC HD + UniFi Switch US-8 + Cloud Key

 

Services: BigPipe, Skinny Direct

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  Reply # 1927495 1-Jan-2018 01:06
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Hi,

 

I'd be interested in the asus laptop - does it boot? 

 

I dont mind if the battery doesnt last long ( at all ).


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  Reply # 1927496 1-Jan-2018 01:16
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I'm keen for the Intel SSD. How much are you looking for it?



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  Reply # 1927744 1-Jan-2018 20:28
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Everything has been sold in one lot - thanks.





Laptop: MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2017)

 

Desktop: iMac (27-inch, 2017)

 

Smartphone: iPhone X 256GB 'Space Grey'

 

Additional devices: Apple TV 4K, UniFi Security Gateway + UniFi Access Point AC HD + UniFi Switch US-8 + Cloud Key

 

Services: BigPipe, Skinny Direct

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