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Master Geek

# 261533 2-Dec-2019 15:02
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A few things to sell. I'd prefer to arrange pick-up only within Auckland West, CBD or North Shore for the bulbs and the laptop, otherwise free shipping for the kindle and logitech.


Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 3 ($100) - barely used, probably only a couple of times. I don't have a big book collection but the screen looks good for reading. However I've been using my iPad mini a lot more lately and I feel bad this isn't being used. Comes with original packaging including unused microUSB cable and a blue leather-textured case.


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Logitech C922 Pro Webcam ($100) - this was a gift and only been opened and tested for use on the Xbox One for streaming. I thought I could do more with this on the console, but most of its software functions are to be used on PC I can't take advantage of. Comes with box and the tripod it came with, also a code for xsplit.


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Belkin WeMo LED Starter Set (B22) ($20) - this has been on the shelf for many months now. Only been used for a few days if I recall correctly, before we switched to Philips Hue. Comes with 2x B22 warm white LED bulbs and a WeMo Link plug.


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Dell Inspiron 3147 ($50) - really old laptop, this was actually my university laptop years ago. I've been using this as a simple home server PC. It's got an issue with the keyboard (the left most column keys don't work) which wasn't an issue for me as I'd remotely connect to it from time to time. It's got a dual core Intel Celeron N2840, 500GB HDD, 4GB RAM and is running Ubuntu 19.04. Comes with power adapter.


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  # 2364983 2-Dec-2019 17:52
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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 3 sold pending payment.

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