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Uber Geek
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Topic # 83714 21-May-2011 00:03
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Hi all, as always I will offer here before putting on trademe.

More stuff to come once i tidy up further but here is the list so far:

1 x ASUS My Cinema U3100 Mini USB digital TV Receiver
Has been used and works fine, however I don't have a real use for it so out it goes - $30

1 x TP-Link PCMCIA Wireless G card. Model number: TL-WN610G
Again works fine, uses the Atheros chipset which is handy for linux applications.  Brought brand new for $49 so for sale here for $20



Postage can be worked out if anyone wants to buy anything.

Will add more stuff once I sort it out

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 471946 21-May-2011 16:51
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Have you used the ASUS in Linux?

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  Reply # 471948 21-May-2011 16:53
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Scratch that the internet seem to suggest its been support in Ubuntu since 8.04, I'll take!

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