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For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) – £180

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) – £180

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) – £180

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) monitor (EB321HQU)

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) monitor (EB321HQU)

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) monitor (EB321HQU)

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – Acer 31.5″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) monitor (EB321HQU)

Ha, I know what you mean – I don’t “need” my kit either (it’s 100% essential though)!

The white edging isn’t a distraction at all. I actually like it. It’s especially nice if backing on to a light coloured wall. The picture’s nice and bright so you don’t notice the bezel while in use. Besides, given it’s a 32″ screen, it takes up most of my field of view when I’m at my desk. I play FPS games, so I bought it partly for that. It was awesome for gaming (although not quite as good as my 65″ OLED, hence the lack of use). The design also looks great in my office – I’m almost tempted to keep it as an ornament even if I rarely use it!

Tbh, I priced it at £200 to give me room to drop the price, but I’d never intended on going that low. £170 + delivery (or including uninsured delivery) is as far as I can bend. It’s a hell of a lot if monitor for that money.

For Sale – MacBook Pro 13 Retina (early 2015) – i5 128GB SSD – Warranty (New Screen & Battery)

Hi, good question – I rang Apple to clarify but they seemed a bit confused. My understanding is that for the parts that have been replaced, you have 90 days warranty from the date of service, however a battery has 1 year – as outlined in their terms and conditions (LINK):

“Apple warrants (1) that the service will be performed with all reasonable skill and care and (2) that, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of service, all parts used to service your product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship, unless otherwise specified by Apple. Apple further warrants, to the extent permitted by law, that batteries installed as part of Apple’s battery replacement service for Apple portable Mac computers will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from the date of service. In the event of breach of the warranty in this section 5, Apple will either (i) re-perform the service, (ii) repair or replace the part, or (iii) refund the cost of the service provided. In order to claim under the warranty you must return your product to the store where you left your product for service”

So in this case, the screen has 90 day warranty, the battery has 1 year and the rest of the laptop has the remainder of the Apple Care! Happy for anyone to jump in and add

For Sale – MacBook Pro 13 Retina (early 2015) – i5 128GB SSD – Warranty (New Screen & Battery)

Hi, good question – I rang Apple to clarify but they seemed a bit confused. My understanding is that for the parts that have been replaced, you have 90 days warranty from the date of service, however a battery has 1 year – as outlined in their terms and conditions (LINK):

“Apple warrants (1) that the service will be performed with all reasonable skill and care and (2) that, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of service, all parts used to service your product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship, unless otherwise specified by Apple. Apple further warrants, to the extent permitted by law, that batteries installed as part of Apple’s battery replacement service for Apple portable Mac computers will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from the date of service. In the event of breach of the warranty in this section 5, Apple will either (i) re-perform the service, (ii) repair or replace the part, or (iii) refund the cost of the service provided. In order to claim under the warranty you must return your product to the store where you left your product for service”

So in this case, the screen has 90 day warranty, the battery has 1 year and the rest of the laptop has the remainder of the Apple Care! Happy for anyone to jump in and add

For Sale – MacBook Pro 13 Retina (early 2015) – i5 128GB SSD – Warranty (New Screen & Battery)

Hi, good question – I rang Apple to clarify but they seemed a bit confused. My understanding is that for the parts that have been replaced, you have 90 days warranty from the date of service, however a battery has 1 year – as outlined in their terms and conditions (LINK):

“Apple warrants (1) that the service will be performed with all reasonable skill and care and (2) that, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of service, all parts used to service your product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship, unless otherwise specified by Apple. Apple further warrants, to the extent permitted by law, that batteries installed as part of Apple’s battery replacement service for Apple portable Mac computers will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from the date of service. In the event of breach of the warranty in this section 5, Apple will either (i) re-perform the service, (ii) repair or replace the part, or (iii) refund the cost of the service provided. In order to claim under the warranty you must return your product to the store where you left your product for service”

So in this case, the screen has 90 day warranty, the battery has 1 year and the rest of the laptop has the remainder of the Apple Care! Happy for anyone to jump in and add