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Master Geek

Topic # 89390 1-Sep-2011 11:50
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I'm clearing some old stuff in my house so few things have to go:

Toshiba A200 T7300 Win7 64Bit
CPU: Duo2Core T7300 (2Ghz) 
HDD: 320GB @ 5400 rpm 
Graphic: HD2600 512MB 
Optical: DVD + CD writer 
Screen: 15.4 
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate MSDN 
Speaker: Harman Kardon speakers 
-- Dual mode touch pad 
-- Fingerprint reader for secure login and website authentication 
-- Cardreader 
-- HDMI + D-sub output + S-video 
-- 4 USB 2.0 
-- Come with genuine power adapter 
-- ASUS carrying case as shown in picture 
-- With Microsoft IntelliMouse USB optical mouse (working good condition, colour has fade out) 
Bought in Oct 2007 from Harvey Norman, with extended warranty to 3 years, which expire on Oct 2011.

Plus I have an extra BENQ E2200HD up for grab I haven't put up it up on TradeMe, will do it later tonight it is almost new condition, connected to my desktop for dual screen but end up collecting dusts, this is a Full HD LCD screen with HDMI port, expecting $250+.

Also have some other accessory that has to go please check my other listing...

Pick up available in Auckland I'm in Howick village.

If you have any question just reply to this thread and I'll get back to you asap :) 

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  Reply # 514998 1-Sep-2011 12:11
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Ive never read the MSDN conditions etc (left that to the person whos name is on the account), but is it legal to sell a computer with a MSDN copy of Windows ? Thought the MSDN software was development purposes only...

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  Reply # 515024 1-Sep-2011 13:05
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Hmm.not too sure about I'll just make it w/o OS then, I'll edit the main post when I get home.

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