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For Sale – HP Elitebook Folio G1 – 4K touchscreen, Core m7, 256GB SSD, 8GB, Win 10 Pro

Hi all,

Selling my HP EliteBook Folio G1. This was bought approx 9 months ago, and has only been recently turned on so it’s virtually brand new. It’s in fantastic condition, and got a 4K touch-screen, 8GB RAM, a 240GB SSD and USBC ports. This is an excellent, lightweight machine which is perfect for those needing to travel with a high spec machine, or for those who just like the latest tech! The 4K UHD screen is simply amazing and has to be seen to be believed – phenomenal screen for a laptop!

A link to the machine can be found here: https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/catalogue/item/P242064P#tabss

Any questions please ask.

Looking for £500 for this machine delivered. Warranty until July 2019.

Thanks,

Tom

Specs as follows:

Operating system Windows 10 Pro

Memory 8 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)

Memory and storage 240 GB SSD storage

Processor Intel® Core™ m7-6Y75 with Intel HD Graphics 515 (1.2 GHz, up to 3.1 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 4 MB cache, 2 cores)

Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 515

Display 31,75 cm (12.5″) diagonal UHD UWVA ultra-slim LED-backlit touch screen (3840 x 2160)

Display size (diagonal) 31,75 cm (12.5″)

Battery type HP Long Life 4-cell, 38 Wh Li-ion polymer

Power 45 W Smart AC adapter

Weight 1.07 kg

Audio by Bang & Olufsen

Integrated dual-microphone array

4 integrated stereo speakers

Ports 2 USB Type-C™ with Thunderbolt™ support (docking, charging and USB 3.1)

1 headphone/microphone combo

Wireless Intel 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2×2) and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo

Security management TPM 1.2/2.0 (Infineon, soldered down)

Preboot Authentication (Password)

Price and currency: 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer, Cash on Collection
Location: Halifax, West Yorkshire
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Low/Mid spec Media/Gaming pc SPLIT AMD, RADEON *OFFERS*QUICK SALE*

Hello,

Pc was built around 4-5 years ago has been used pretty much daily and never has let me down. Looking for upgrade hence sale.

Dell 2209WA – £45 inc
Amd FX-8350 With custom fan (will find name) – £85inc
AMD HD7950 (will find brand) – £95 inc
Kingston Hyper X Black DDR3 1600 2X8GB – £65inc
ASUS Sabertooth 990FX With Box – £110inc
Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB – £30inc
PSU Corsair HX850 – £110inc

Open to sensible offers and collection is welcome.

Thanks

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT, PPG AND CASH
Location: London
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For Sale – Late 2013 Retina Macbook Pro 16GB/512GB SSD 750m GPU

Late 2013 MacBook pro for sale:

The screen was replaced in September by apple due the coating issue so it is relatively new.

Comes with two chargers (One official, one not) and a black leather carrying case.

This is easily the best laptop I have ever owned, I’m reluctantly selling it because I am on the move a lot more lately and I have begun to take photography more seriously so I need something more portable and with pen support.

I will consider trades for surface pro’s (or something similar).

Price and currency: 1000
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG/BT
Location: Reading
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For Sale – Acer 14 CB3-431-C69V 14″ Chromebook Gold

Acer 14 CB3-431-C69V 14″ Chromebook – Celeron 1.6 GHz – 2 GB RAM – 32 GB SSD – Gold

Was purchased only a couple of weeks ago for my daughter but have decided to get her a MacBook instead.

Immaculate condition I think it was used once .

Boxed , with charger

Happy to post out first to long standing members with feedback

Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bt
Location: london
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Gaming PC – 3770k GTX 970 etc – Potentially Splitting

Hey folks. After recent upgrades, I have a fair amount of PC hardware I need shifting. All prices have been compared with prices from ebay, cex and selling prices on forums (where I could find them). Anyways, the list will consist of a built PC which I will give priority to selling as a whole before I split. (Split prices there for reference)

The PC
i7 3770k – Stock speeds, never been overclocked – £150

Biostar TZ77XE3 Motherboard – No I/O shield, although you can probably find a compatible one on fleabay or something – £70

8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600Mhz Ram – I know 1 stick is Samsung but not sure on the other, will update later when I’ve had time to check – £30

Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 970 – Was purchased a while back used, however it is still going very strong and never had any issues with it – £150

Gelid Tranquillo Rev.2 (Maybe, will check) CPU Cooler – Not much to say about this, it is what it is, brilliant air cooler – £20

Corsair VS550 PSU – Never had an issue with this, does its job – £30

Seagate Barracuda(?) 2TB HDD – No issues with this, will run a smart test once I have it all up and running again – £35

Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB SSD – Been my little OS jockey for a while and never had any issues what so ever with it – £30

ASUS 24X DVD-RW Drive – Still working brilliantly, nothing more to say about it – £10

Corsair Spec 03 Case – Lovely little case, everything above fits well and looks the part – £25

Everything Else
Steelseries Shift Keyboard – Looks in great condition, everything works as it should (No Box) – £20

Razer Abyssus V2 Gaming Mouse – Not sure if it was just me on this one, but after buying a Naga and it acting the same I’d assume it is, but basically, it’s almost as if it doesn’t register a left click on the first time every time, might just be a pressure thing and I’m not putting enough on it, will test it a little more thoroughly before committing to a sale. (Boxed) – £20

AOC I2267FWH IPS 1080p Monitor – Well looked after and shows a brilliant picture, will give it a clean before posting (Boxed) – £60 (Postage to be calculated, not too familiar with posting Monitors)

Corsair CS750M Semi-Modular 80+ Gold PSU – Used in another system for a good long while, did the job it needed to do, nothing else to report on it really (Boxed) – £55

So, that’s everything, at least for now. Would love the PC to go as a whole, however it has been priced individually as per the rules for if I split.

Postage costs are included for the most part. Things that aren’t are just things like the monitor and case, but from past experience, these aren’t too bad to post.

Most of the components from the PC still have the original boxes, however there are a few bits that don’t (HDD, GPU, RAM and Motherboard) but I have replacement boxes set up for them should I have to post individually.

Pictures will be uploaded after I have given the entire thing a blast out with some compressed air and tidied it up a little.

Payment via BT please, and postage will be the cheapest tracked with insurance I can find at the time, if you would like faster post, we would have to calculate the cost and add it to the cost of the item.

Local collection with CoD is also fine.

Thanks for looking, and sorry for the lengthy post.

Price and currency: 550
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Skegness
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For Sale – Google Wifi (2 pack) & ASUS DSL-N55U

Google WIFI Twin pack – Only bought in October so in as new condition with all orig packaging.

£185.00inc.

ASUS DSL-N55U – Wifi ADSL Router

DSL-N55U Annex A | Networking | ASUS United Kingdom

£25.00inc.

BOTH in perfect working order.

Price and currency: £
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Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Bristol
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For Sale – SSD, SSHD, GFX, ITX System

Discussion in ‘Computer Classifieds’ started by majorwedgy, Jan 19, 2018 at 3:20 PM.

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    Striping an old machine various decent components:
    Windforce GTX760 4Gb OC graphics card £70 delivered
    500Gb 2.5″ ST500LM000 SSHD £30 delivered
    60gb RealSSD C300 £20 delivered
    Low power ITX baseunit comprising of:
    Coolermaster Elite 120 ITX case
    MSI H81i motherboard
    I3 2100T CPU
    8gb DDR3 Ballistix Ram(single DIMM 1 slot spare)
    Sony DVDRW
    BEQuiet 500W System Power 8 PSU
    250Gb 3.5 7200 Hard Drive
    £110 delivered

    Price and currency: various
    Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
    Payment method: BT/PP
    Location: Bridgwater
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    Also have for the price of postage a dell atx psu 350 very high quality heavy unit has pcie and sata connectors and is very very quiet. Also for price of postage have a pcie to pcie splitter think its from a modular psu ideal if don’t want to use an adapter and want to split straight from the psu

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