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Topic # 248880 14-Apr-2019 11:22
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De-cluttering my room and selling some electronic knick knacks. I'd really like to get rid of these and I feel that they are mostly outdated, hence the low price. I've put a reasonable asking price but I'm open to any offers. Can post pics if requested.

 

Actiontec ScreenBeamMini 2 - $10
Belkin Wemo LED Lighting Starter Set (B22, warm white) - $40
BenQ GL-2450B 24" 1080p LED Monitor - $150

Custom AMD PC (comes with power cable only) - $100
- CPU: AMD FX-4300 Quad core @ 3.8Ghz with stock cooler
- Mobo: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3
- RAM: Crucial 8GB DDR3 1600MHz
- GPU: Sapphire AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB DDR5
- HDD: WD5003AZEX 500GB 7200RPM hard drive
- Power: Zalman ZM500-GV 500w power supply

Google Chromecast 2015 - $20
Microsoft Surface RT (with TouchCover keyboard and charger) - $50
Netgear D6300 Modem Router - $80
Netgear PTV3000 - $10
Nintendo Switch AC Charger (unused) - $30
Nokia DT-900 Wireless Charger - $20
PS4 USB Wireless Adapter - $20
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B (with 32GB card) - $30
Razer Electra - $20
Razer Firefly - $20
WandTV DVB-T USB - $10
Xbox One USB Wireless Adapter (2015) - $20

 

I've also got a faulty MacBook and a handful of outdated windows phones that I'd like to recycle if not sold for parts. So if anyone knows a company or electronics shop that can take these to for proper recycling, please advise.

 

Parts and Recycling

Apple MacBook Air 13" Early 2015 (4GB 128GB) - $100
- Won't turn on due to broken keyboard ribbon cable. Body is in ok condition, minor dents and scratches. Missing bottom screws. Can be used for parts for the SSD, LCD, wifi card, trackpad, battery (I believe this is about less than 300 cycles), and Magsafe charger. The logic board still turns on, however it operates at a really slow frequency so I suspect this is from liquid damage or faulty temp sensor.

 

For the lot: $20
Nokia Lumia 635 (with charger only)
HTC Titan (complete with box)
HTC 7 Trophy (complete with box)
Nokia Asha 503 Dual SIM (complete with box)
Samsung Omnia W (complete with box)
Nokia Lumia 435 (complete with box)

 

I'd really like to get rid of all these. For the big/fragile items, these will have to be picked up or we can arrange to meet if you are in Auckland. The smaller ones can be shipped instead. Any of the unsold items will most likely end up in the recycle.


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  Reply # 2216923 14-Apr-2019 11:25
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I'm keen on the Raspberry Pi 3B and Google Chromecast. Would be shipping to Wellington.




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  Reply # 2216925 14-Apr-2019 11:33
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@mdf Great! Send me a PM.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2216926 14-Apr-2019 11:35
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If MDF doesn’t take Chromecast I’m keen



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  Reply # 2216931 14-Apr-2019 11:48
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RPi 3 + Chromecast - Pending payment

 

Xbox One USB Wireless Adapter - Pending payment

 

Will keep post updated as I receive PM from other users.


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  Reply # 2216936 14-Apr-2019 12:09
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I’ll take the PS4 USB Wireless adapter.



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  Reply # 2216939 14-Apr-2019 12:19
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PS4 USB Wireless Adapter - Pending payment




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  Reply # 2216943 14-Apr-2019 12:31
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Could've been handy to put this in the first post, but check out this spreadsheet to see which items are still available.


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  Reply # 2216946 14-Apr-2019 12:45
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I'll grab that broken MacBook Air please.




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  Reply # 2216958 14-Apr-2019 14:12
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What items are too big to post i am interested in the Surface RT and the Razer Electra

 

And a rough idea of postage

 

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  Reply # 2216960 14-Apr-2019 14:26
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Morgenmuffel:

 

What items are too big to post i am interested in the Surface RT and the Razer Electra

 

And a rough idea of postage

 

Cheers

 

 

I'm not too concerned about the exact cost of the postage, but should be enough to cover at least part of the cost. For small items that can fit in a DL bag I'd say postage can be around $5.
The Razer Electra is still in its original packaging, so if you're not too concerned about the packaging and to reduce cost, I can fit that and the Surface RT together into one medium box and just add $8 for shipping.

 

Note that when I post an item, it will be shipped as overnight.


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  Reply # 2216961 14-Apr-2019 14:31
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I see someone has spoken for the Macbook. If that doesn't work out I would be interested in the charger.

 

 





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  Reply # 2216967 14-Apr-2019 15:13
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I collect mobile phones as a hobby, if you cannot find a recycler for these then I would like to take them.  

 

Whereabout in Auckland for pick up?

 

 

 

travlockhart:

 

For the lot: $20
Nokia Lumia 635 (with charger only)
HTC Titan (complete with box)
HTC 7 Trophy (complete with box)
Nokia Asha 503 Dual SIM (complete with box)
Samsung Omnia W (complete with box)
Nokia Lumia 435 (complete with box)

 


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  Reply # 2216972 14-Apr-2019 15:31
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Sounds good

 

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Morgenmuffel:

 

What items are too big to post i am interested in the Surface RT and the Razer Electra

 

And a rough idea of postage

 

Cheers

 

 

I'm not too concerned about the exact cost of the postage, but should be enough to cover at least part of the cost. For small items that can fit in a DL bag I'd say postage can be around $5.
The Razer Electra is still in its original packaging, so if you're not too concerned about the packaging and to reduce cost, I can fit that and the Surface RT together into one medium box and just add $8 for shipping.

 

Note that when I post an item, it will be shipped as overnight.

 





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  Reply # 2216973 14-Apr-2019 15:32
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eugeneykc:

 

I collect mobile phones as a hobby, if you cannot find a recycler for these then I would like to take them.  

 

Whereabout in Auckland for pick up?

 

 

Pick up is in Helensville area. I understand that this is quite far to most, but like I said we can arrange to meet somewhere closer if you are in Auckland.


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  Reply # 2217096 14-Apr-2019 20:56
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I'll take the Firefly


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