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xyf

xyf

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#272980 28-Jul-2020 17:15
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Newest gear on the block:

 

Surface Pro 4 (silver) 256gbs, 8gbs ram, with that dark grey keyboard cover, and power cord - Looking for $850 ONO.

 

Battery still great, its about 3.5 years old. Kids been using it since end of last year for netflix after I finished with it. No issues. 

 

 

 

A boat load of 1TB 3.5inch drives, all $10 each, $6 for postage but can group a few within reason then have to bump up postage to suit. All from 2015 in standard business machines doing nothing all day.

 

9x 1TB WD Blue 7200RPM Drives 2015
4x 1TB Toshiba 7200RPM Drives 2015
2x 1TB Seagate 7200RPM Drives 2015

 

 

 

And finally some DDR3 ram:

 

2x 4gbs ddr3 Kingston KTH9600B/2G low profile
1x 2gbs ddr3 Kingston KTH9600BS/2G
1x 4gbs ddr3 1333 Strontium
2x 2gbs ddr3 PC3 10600U Elpida

 

I'm not sure what DDR3 is worth so happy to part with it for not much.

 

All money back if it doesn't work. Might have a few iPad Air1/2's again soon but need to check stock. 

 

PM

 

Peace.

 

 


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dacraka
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Ultimate Geek

Trusted

  #2530307 28-Jul-2020 17:19
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Cheers, let me know if you have any iPad Airs in stock when you get that chance. Thanks mate 🙂

CrashAndBurn
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Ultimate Geek


  #2530313 28-Jul-2020 17:58
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Queueing up for Air 2 if available?


 
 
 
 


GoranZ
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Ultimate Geek


  #2530341 28-Jul-2020 19:21
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Keen on some 1TB WD Blue for my NAS. Collection possible ?


xyf

xyf

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Master Geek


  #2530664 29-Jul-2020 11:28
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PM bro

 

got a few others after the WD blue drives. Ill work on first in first served for qty's


pistol
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  #2530684 29-Jul-2020 12:05
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I'll take all the 1TB WD Blues you have left.

Where are you based? Would pickup be possible?

Thanks


xyf

xyf

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Master Geek


  #2530689 29-Jul-2020 12:14
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Pukekohe, Auckland

 

 


xyf

xyf

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  #2531988 31-Jul-2020 11:59
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OK Hard drives gone, rams gone, surface still there, ill make it $750 now but will put it on Trademe tomorrow (saturday)

 

Choice

 

I have one iPad air 2 atm, someone might be interested so ill message if they dont want it. Will have some more again in the next few weeks but will make a new post (ill PM back people who have messaged me first though)


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