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Topic # 94067 5-Dec-2011 16:04
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Hi all,

I've got quite a few things to offer here first before they go off to Trade Me, if nobody wants them. I am willing to consider any offers, I won't be offended but remember that these are not $1 reserves. :)

Pinnacle PCTV nanostick
Freeview NZ HD DVB-T USB Stick

Telecom "smartphonenetwork" micro SIM card
Includes Value Pack of 100 texts, 15 minutes and 15 MB for FREE every month for the next 6 months worth $200. I should be able to put $10 of credit on.

Telecom (ZTE) MF626 White T-Stick
3.6Mbps USB modem. A few scratches here and the there but basically good, it works well.

Linksys PAP2T 2-Port ATA
Very easy to use 2 port, fax-compatible, VoIP/ATA adapter.

Hills HSM075 DVB-S Receiver
Works with Freeview NZ Satellite service.

Intel D510MO Dual-Core Atom board (w/2x500GB HDD, 4GB RAM and Power Supply)
Doesn't include case, apart from that works very nicely (even for gaming).

Nokia 1110i
Fair condition. Works on Vodafone NZ and 2degrees, has battery and charger.

Nokia 3100
Fair condition. Works on Vodafone NZ and 2degrees, has battery but no charger.

Generic USB GPS adapter
Works well.

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  Reply # 554266 5-Dec-2011 22:17
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Hi dm2000,

It says that you prefer not to receive DMs so I can't reply to you.

Cheers,
Cody 

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  Reply # 554278 5-Dec-2011 23:18
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what are you looking for with the atom board?




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  Reply # 554279 5-Dec-2011 23:19
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nedkelly: what are you looking for with the atom board?

Probably around $450-500(ish).

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