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Ultimate Geek


#244999 13-Jan-2019 16:19
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Hi all


I have been cleaning out my cupboard and have the following not needed.


All items located in Inglewood, Taranaki.  Happy for pick up or to ship (at buyers cost).


Hopefully I'm not too far off the mark with pricing - I'm sure someone will let me know if I am....


I can provide photos of items if someone wants them.


PM me questions or offers.  First in first served.  Thanks.




Foxconn NT-A3700 Mini PC  $100 plus postage


AMD E-450 1.65Ghz with Radeon Graphics


8GB DDR3 Ram




LAN, 4 x USB 2, 2 x USB3, DVI, HDMI, MS/SD/MMC card reader






Intel NUC DN2820FYKH  $200 plus postage


Intel Celeron N2820 2.13Ghz


4 GB DDR3 Ram


750GB hard drive


LAN, 2 x USB 2, 1 x USB 3, DVI, HDMI






Dell Optiplex 790 USFF  $120 plus postage


Intel Core i5 2400S 2.5Ghz


8GB DDR3 Ram






LAN, 7 x USB 2, VGA, Displayport


Windows 10 Pro activated


Needs CMOS battery replaced – need to update date/time when powering up




Asus ME400C Windows tablet  $120 plus postage


Intel Atom Z2760 1.8Ghz


2GB Ram


64GB storage


10.1” 1366x768 touch screen


2MP front camera / 8MP rear camera


Wireless b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Audio jack, Micro USB, Micro HDMI, Micro SD card reader


Complete with Asus Transboard (Bluetooth keyboard) and Asus Transleeve (stand and screen cover)


Hs a couple of minor scratches on the screen that don’t affect use and a chip on one side of the tablet.  Can provide photos.


Windows 10 Home activated – clean install with all drivers installed




Toshiba L7750-S7135 Laptop  $130 plus postage


AMD A6 3420M with Radeon HD 6520G graphics


4GB Ram


640GB hard drive


17” screen


VGA, LAN, 3 x USB 2, HDMI, card reader


Windows 10 Home activated – clean install with all drivers installed


Battery is dead but works fine plugged in


The power plug has some electrical tape around the plug that goes into the laptop but doesn’t affect use at all.




WD TV Live (Generation 3)  $50 plus postage


Complete with remote, power cable, AV cable and HDMI cable.




Enermax ENP500AST power supply  $20 plus postage


500W PSU with quiet 12cm fan




Fitbit Surge Large  $0 (cost of postage)


Hs some small paint splatters on it and a small tear on the inside of the strap


Just get a full day from the battery including a 5k GPS walk during the day.  Needs to be charged every night.


Has two charging cables and two USB receivers.


Somebody might want it to try out before buying something similar otherwise it’s going in the trash.




Laptop power adaptor and power cable from an Acer laptop  $0 (cost of postage)


Model a10-090P3A


19V, 4.74A, 90W


May as well go to someone who will use it rather than the trash.




DVD Writer SATA  $0 (cost of postage)


Model GH40L


With mounting screws and SATA cable

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Uber Geek


  #2160738 14-Jan-2019 09:07
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I'll take the SATA DVD Drive.

Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat APAC as a Technology Evangelist and Portfolio Architect. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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Ultimate Geek


  #2160785 14-Jan-2019 10:58
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Foxconn - sold (pending payment)


Fitbit Surge - gone


DVD-RW - gone (pending postage payment)


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  #2161179 14-Jan-2019 20:38
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  #2162078 16-Jan-2019 16:51
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No more interest before these go on TradeMe?





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