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# 56787 23-Jan-2010 21:49
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Time to have a clean out of computer stuff. Have not got the time to list them all individually on Trademe, hoping someone wants to take the whole lot of my hands (willing to accept any offers), or I will sell them one by one. Everything in working order, expect where listed. I will leave it on here for a week before I start some $1 auctions on trademe.

1.Telecom Okta touch car charger
2.DSE USB 2.0 802.11g WLAN Adaptor, comes with original box and driver CD. Works great, but all laptops have wifi built in now.
3.USB Bluetooth Adaptor, original packaging, with driver CD, works great, but again no longer needed
4.Digitus USB 2.0 Sound Adapter 5.1 effect Sound card, 5.1, External, USB
5.Microsoft Office 2000 Professional CD and licence
6.AsRock motherboard (model P4i45GL socket 478) bought new, was going to try and use in to fix a machine, only installed for a couple of hours then taken out and put back in wrapping.
7.1.6Ghz Intel Pentium 4 Socket 478 CPU+HeatSink FAN (again bought to try on above machine ? was second hand off trademe.)
8.IBM PC, mini tower case Pentium 3, 30gb hd, Windows 2000 installed with licence, no CD. Has CD Rom Drive. Front cover (that covers CD rom drive) is loose. This is actually quite a cool little computer, runs really well with windows 2000, used the USB WLAN and USB sound card to make it into a wireless media centre to play music from my central media centre through a stereo in my workshop. Could be a good option for someone wanting a cheap way to extend your music around the house.
9.IBM Desktop computer Netvista. Pentium 4 2.4MHz 40gb HD, 512mb Ram, IBM Key board and mouse. Windows XP installed and licence sticker, but no CD. Computer not starting at moment, IBM beep codes suggest it is Ram problem, but not sure. Stopped working one day, fans start, but nothing comes up on screen worked on it a while ago, but have not got anytime, could be memory, but all the other parts seem to still work, so someone will probably be able to fix easily, sell and make a quick profit.

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  # 292590 23-Jan-2010 22:13
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Is this the stuff you were trying to sell 6 months ago?



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  # 292622 24-Jan-2010 07:32
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Yeah a couple of the things were, sold a bit of stuff last time and added more stuff that I don't need anymore. Was going to list the other stuff on trademe as well last time but got busy on house rennovations.

 
 
 
 


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  # 292639 24-Jan-2010 09:55
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How much for the USB sound card and USB Wifi adaptor



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  # 292814 25-Jan-2010 07:55
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sorry for the slow reply, they sell for just over $100 retail brand new, looks like about $50-60 on trademe, so I would hope for around $40 on here? Let me know what you think.



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  # 293192 26-Jan-2010 20:49
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Ok geekzone people, got asked by the wife again when the 'stuff' will be gone from the house. So I will accept $100 ono for the lot!! I am sure someone can either use most of this stuff or made a tidy profit selling it bit by bit on trademe, I just dont have the time.



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  # 297497 9-Feb-2010 20:51
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all on trademe now with $1 reserves for each item.

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Members/Listings.aspx?member=7457


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  # 305162 7-Mar-2010 03:04
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If you are still selling it how much for the

USB Bluetooth Adaptor?

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  # 305259 7-Mar-2010 20:36
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c71931f:
animebuster: If you are still selling it how much for the

USB Bluetooth Adaptor?


I'm pretty sure they sold it on trademe when i looked at their listings awhile ago.Just get one from DealExtreme for something like $2USD


Ah ok I found one on trademe anyway :D

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