For Sale – Alienware 15 R3

Selling my Alienware 15 R3

I bought the laptop late last year but I’ve simply not had enough time to to enjoy it as much as I’d like too.

It is in virtually brand new condition and comes with all packaging, cables and documentation you’d expect if you bought brand new.

I’ve upgraded the laptop with a 256gb Samsung SSD which has Windows 10 installed.

Really cannot fault the computer. Full spec listed below.
Full specification :

1080P Resolution – 60hz G Sync Technology
Intel Core i5 7300HQ
Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB
8GB RAM – 2400mhz
1TB HDD
256Gb SSD – Windows 10 installed

Price and currency: 800
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash or BT
Location: Northwood
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Price and currency: £800
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal, Bank Transfer, Cash
Location: Wigan
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For Sale – Toshiba CB30-B-104 Chromebook (13.3″, 1080p IPS, 4gb RAM)

For sale is my Chromebook. I’ve owned it for about 3 years now and it’s never let me down!

Here are the specs, impressive for a Chromebook so runs very well:

  • Intel® Celeron® N2840 processor with Intel® Burst Technology 2.0
  • 33.8cm (13.3″) , Toshiba TruBrite® Full HD TFT High Brightness IPS display with LED backlighting, 16 : 9 aspect ratio
  • Solid State Drive 16 GB eMMC
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Intel® HD Graphics
  • maximum life : up to 9 hours
  • weight : 1.35 kg
  • W x D x H : 320 x 214.0 x 19.3 mm

It comes fully boxed with all manuals, charger, and a black plastic cover with stand on the bottom. Also included is a 128gb SD card, boosting its internal storage. It’s in good condition, but has a couple of scratches on the side, which are not very prominent.

I’m located in London (SE1), close to both Borough and London Bridge stations. I work in Farringdon during the week so we I can meet you somewhere in Central London pretty easily. I also drive, so I can deliver at cost. Can post at additional cost also.

Any questions, fire away!

Price and currency: 100
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT / Paypal
Location: London
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For Sale – Logitech K800 keyboard, Logi Anywhere MX mouse and Dell Arm Mouse

3 items for sale, pics in second post. Postage included UK mainland.

USED Logitech K800 keyboard
Logitech UK – Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
The on off switch needs cleaning, occasionally does not activate, just slide back to off and back on and good to go.
Still have the original box so will be sent securely.
USB mini receiver included.
Still sells for £100 asking £30 delivered

USED Logitech Anywhere MX Mouse
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Anywhere-Mouse-Tracks-Glass/dp/B0080OT7YI
The right mouse button sometimes needs to be pressed at the very front.
Still have the original box so will be sent securely.
USB mini receiver included.
Asking £25 delivered

Finally,
NEW Dell Premier Wireless Arc Mouse – WM527
Dell Premier Wireless Mouse – WM527 | Dell UK
Came as part of a keyboard mouse combo set so no separate box.
I have one of these mice already, so the one that came with the keyboard is for sale.
Sealed in a see through bag, other pics are from the one I use.
USB mini receiver included, ALSO can be linked two two other devices by Bluetooth.
Asking £30 delivered

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank payment
Location: London
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – MSI Aero 1080ti 11GB video card

I had 2 of these in SLI, I hardly use one therefore I am selling the second. Open the offers, it is hardly used can provide benchmarks etc.
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Price and currency: 600
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Payment method: paypal, cash on collection / cash on delivery
Location: sheffield
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Five lessons on reaching 1 billion people living with disabilities

Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. Whether or not we succeed depends on our ability to create an inclusive company culture, deliver inclusive products for our customers and show up to the world in an inclusive way.

Recently I spoke at Microsoft’s Ability Summit about five lessons we’ve learned (so far) in our journey to inclusive and accessible marketing. I’m sharing here in hopes they will inspire your own thinking. To learn more about a couple employee-driven accessibility projects coming out of Microsoft’s One Week Hackathon, I encourage you to check out The Ability Hacks, which we published today.

1. Recognize the values case and the business case

People typically think about the values case for accessibility, which makes sense — empowering people with disabilities makes the world work better for everyone. But the business case for accessibility is equally important. According to the World Health Organization, more than 1 billion people worldwide experience some form of disability. In the US alone, that’s nearly 1 in 5 people in 1 in 3 households. If our products don’t work for a billion people, we’re not only failing in our mission, we’re also missing an enormous business opportunity.

2. Proximity powers empathy

We’ve learned the incredible value of investing in programs that bring us closer to customers of different backgrounds. We learn so much and do our best work when we commit to seeing the world from their perspectives. For instance, back at our 2015 Hackathon, a team of Microsoft engineers pitched a project with the lofty ambition of making gaming more accessible to gamers with limited mobility, and so began the journey of the Xbox Adaptive Controller. From the earliest moments, the development team reached out to nonprofits like Warfighter Engaged and AbleGamers to partner and learn how the product of their dreams could address the broadest set of needs in the real world. The team increased community engagement at every milestone, from product design and engineering, to prototype testing with gamers living with disabilities, to designing final retail packaging. The empathy we gained forged the path to a product we’re very proud of, that we hope gamers everywhere love when it arrives this September.

3. Accessibility for few becomes usability for many

We see time and again that our accessibility work starts out focused on enabling a specific set of customers but ends up benefiting everyone. For instance, Microsoft events are a major marketing investment each year, so it’s important our events meet the needs of every attendee, including people living with disabilities. A few years ago, we began live-transcribing event keynotes with the goal of helping attendees who are deaf or hard of hearing more easily follow along with keynotes. To our surprise, we ended up getting far more feedback from attendees who speak English as a second language – live transcription helped them navigate highly technical discussions and fast-paced product demos. Now we provide live transcription services in keynotes at all large Microsoft events and open captioning (and in many cases audio description) in company videos. The positive responses we’ve received speak to the broader, unexpected benefits of embracing accessibility.

If you find a Microsoft video missing captions, please contact us via our
Disability Answer Desk.

4. All marketing should be inclusive marketing

There’s value in audience-specific marketing programs, but we’ve learned we get the best results when mainstream marketing programs feature people from a range of audiences, backgrounds and life experiences. For instance, in our most recent AI ad we tell three different customer stories – one on preserving ancient architecture, one on sustainable farming and one on audio visualization AI – all woven together seamlessly as cool examples of how AI is improving lives for people today.

Pro tip: Make your presentations more accessible by adding live subtitles with the
Presentation Translator add-in for PowerPoint.

5. Real people, real stories

A few years back, we shifted our marketing approach to show technology empowering real people to do real things. As a result, we’ve seen far stronger return on investment than we would hiring actors to depict the stories of others. The video below is a powerful example – it features real students from Holly Springs Elementary in Georgia talking about how Microsoft Learning Tools help them overcome obstacles to reading.

Not only is the story more credible coming from real students, it makes the core empowerment message relatable to more people. This shift in philosophy now guides decisions on who represents Microsoft in our ads, on our website and at our events. In each case, real people sharing real stories is the most effective way to bring the impact of technology to life.

Real people sharing real stories is the most effective way to bring the impact of technology to life.

These are just five of many lessons we’ve learned, and our work is only beginning. We’re energized to keep learning and sharing our biggest lessons, because there’s tremendous value in embracing inclusion and accessibility – for your people, your bottom line, your customers and the world.

For Sale – Lenovo S1 Yoga

Hi,
I’ve decided to sell my Lenovo S1 Yoga. The specs are:

  • 12.5″ IPS LED panel, full HD, touch enabled
  • Intel i5 4300U 1.9GHz
  • 8GB RAM
  • Samsung Evo 240 250GB
    • Currently has an Adata 120GB M2242 SSD in the second slot, available at optional cost
  • 2 x USB (one is Superspeed), SD card reader, headphone jack, mini HDMI
  • It converts from laptop all the way round to a full tablet
  • Wacom tablet pencil included in the chassis
  • Backlit keyboard
  • TrackPoint, plus trackpad
  • Windows 10 Pro 64bit

It’s in mint condition, having had very little use, and comes with the original charger and box.

Price: £350 ex. delivery

The second SSD is available for an additional £40 (I dual booted Ubuntu from this and it worked a treat).

Price and currency: £350
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS or PayPal Gift
Location: Leeds / Huddersfield
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Cpu, ram, Hdds, mobo PC components sale

Hey guys,

Just clearing out a selection of PC components and have the following for sale:

4gb DDR3 stick (rendition brand) — £10 inc
500gb Seagate pipeline sata HDD — £10.50
Thermaltake slim x3 low profile Cpu cooler (brand new) — £15 inc

Any questions or further info just give me a shout.

Thanks!!!

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Payment method: BT
Location: Lancs/Manchester
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For Sale – NAS HDD

4TB Seagate NAS HDD (31/07/2018)
(Previous Thread)
£50 RMRD

SOLD

3TB WD Red HDD (17/03/2019)
£55 RMRD.

Price and currency: Various
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Payment method: BACS
Location: Glasgow
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