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For Sale – Macbook Pro. Early 2013.

Early 2013 Macbook Pro. Specification as follows –

I7 2.7GHz CPU.

16GB DDR3 RAM

15.4” Retina display. 2880×1800.

768Gb Flash storage.

720p Facetime camera.

This has had very light use over the last couple of years, and in its life in general, as you can see from the cycle count in the battery information. There are very few that have such a low cycle count, and the battery still lasts as well as it’s ever done.

This is in remarkable condition given its age, with not a single blemish on the screen, keyboard or case, bar one very tiny one just above the left hand side USB port. You may be able to make it out on the image provided.

It comes with the original charger, welcome pack/instructions, and original box, all in great condition.

The only issue with this are that there are a few dead pixels. Again, you can see these in the images I’ve provided, although it is quite tough to capture them. They can only be seen when the machine boots, and I cannot stress enough that you really don’t see them in general use. I have also provided images taken directly where they are located but with the screen in on, just to highlight their lack of visibility when using the screen in normal conditions. They are also there (somewhere) on the system information screenshots.

It is updated to the latest version of MacOS, and will be factory reset before posting.

If it goes for the asking price, I’ll include postage, otherwise I’d guess it’d come in at about £20. I do have to check that.

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MemVerge pushes big memory computing for every app

Startup MemVerge is making its “Big Memory” software available in early access, allowing organizations to test-drive AI applications in fast, scalable main memory.

MemVerge’s Memory Machine software virtualizes underlying dynamic RAM (DRAM) and Intel Optane devices into large persistent memory lakes. It provides data services from memory, including replication, snapshots and tiered storage.

The vendor, based in Milpitas, Calif., also closed institutional funding of $19 million led by Intel Capital, with participation from Cisco Investments, NetApp and SK Hynix. That adds to $24.5 million MemVerge received from a consortium of venture funds at launch.

The arrival of Intel Optane memory devices drives moves storage class memory (SCM) from a fringe technology to one showing up in major enterprise storage arrays. Other than in-memory databases, most applications are not designed to run efficiently in volatile DRAM. The application code first needs to be rewritten for memory, which does not natively include data services or enable data sharing by multiple servers.

MemVerge Memory Machine at work

Memory Machine software will usher in big memory computing to serve legacy and modern applications and break memory-storage bottlenecks, MemVerge CEO Charles Fan said.

Charles FanCharles Fan

“MemVerge Memory Machine is doing to persistent memory what VMware vSphere did to CPUs,” he said.

Prior to launching MemVerge, Fan spent seven years as head of VMware’s storage business unit. He helped create VMware vSAN hyper-converged software. He previously started file virtualization vendor Rainfinity and sold it to EMC in 2005. MemVerge cofounder Shuki Bruck helped start XtremIO, an early all-flash storage array that now is part of Dell EMC’s midrange storage portfolio. Bruck was also a founder of Rainfinity.

MemVerge revised its product since emerging from stealth in 2019. The startup initially planned to virtualize memory and storage in Intel two-socket servers and scale up to 128 nodes. Fan said the company decided instead to offer Memory Machine solely as a software subscription for x86 servers. Financial services, AI, big data and machine learning are expected use cases.

MemVerge plans to introduce full storage services in 2021. That would allow programming of Intel Optane cards as low-latency block storage and tiering of data to back-end SAS SSDs.

“Our first step is to target in-memory applications and memory-intensive applications that have minimal access to storage. And in this case, we intercept all of the memory services and declare a value through the memory interface for existing applications,” Fan said.

Phase two of Memory Machine’s development will include a software development kit to program modern applications that require “zero I/O persistence,” Fan said.

The combination of Intel Optane with Memory Machine vastly increases the byte-addressable storage capacity of main memory, said Eric Burgener, a vice president of storage at IT analysis firm IDC.

“This is super interesting for AI, big data analytics, artificial intelligence and things like that, where you can load a large working set in main memory and run it much faster than [using] used block-addressable NVMe flash storage,” Burgener said.

“As long as you have a bunch of Optane cards and the MemVerge software layer running on the server, you can take any application and run it at memory speeds, without rewrites.”

Memory as storage: Gaining traction?

The MemVerge release underscores a flurry of new activity surrounding the use of persistent memory for disaggregated compute and storage.

Startup Alluxio in April reached a strategic partnership with Intel to implement its cloud orchestration file software with Intel Optane cards in Intel Xeon Scalable-powered servers. The combination allows disaggregated cloud storage to efficiently use file system semantics, as well as tap into DRAM or SSD media as buffer or page caches, said Alluxio CEO Haoyuan Li said.

Meanwhile, semiconductor maker Micron Technology — which partnered with Intel to initially develop the 3D XPoint media used in Optane devices — recently introduced an open source object storage engine geared for flash and persistent memory. Micron said Red Hat is among the partners helping to fine-tune Heterogeneous Memory Storage Engine for upstream inclusion in the Linux kernel.

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For Sale – Razer Blade Stealth Early 2019 16Gb /256Gb SSD / MX150

Selling my Razer Blade Stealth Early 2019 MX150 version with 16Gb RAM and 256Gb SSD.
Totally and truly immaculate condition and only used like a dozen times properly. Never left the house.

Comes complete with box and all accessories even the USB C is unused. Also including the original shipping packaging which i will use to ship out
Brought directly from Razer UK in late June 2019 and will have warranty until then. Will put the laptop back to factory.

Will send using Royal Mail Special insured to the value. Can chuck in a basic case that i purchased with it , albeit it is slightly too big for this slim laptop.

Will post pictures of the unit when i get home.

Any questions , let me know.

Looking for £900 inclusive of Royal Mail delivery method mentioned above. Or if your local , i will personally deliver it to you.

Thanks for looking.

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For Sale – Apple MacBook Pro 13”. Early 2015. Cracked screen, but laptop fully working. 8Gb, 128Gb SSD, 2.7 GHz i5. Very clean. £220 inc del.

Hiya All,

I am selling my Macbook Pro 13” :

Early 2015 model
macOS Mojave
13” retina screen
2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
8Gb 1867 MHz DDR3 memory
128Gb SSD Hard Drive
Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB
Original power supply
Original box

Battery Cycle Count: 548
Battery Health Condition: Normal

Model: A1502

It has a cracked screen. The screen operates – but has a large crack on the panel on the right side of the display. It works perfectly outputting to a monitor. The screen can obviously be replaced.

The laptop is in extremely clean condition – its been in an Incipio full case, and a soft carry pouch all its life.

£220 delivered.

Collection from near Stoke on Trent, Staffs available (for £200).

Cheers,
Shane.

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December Patch Tuesday resolves Windows zero-day

Administrators got an early holiday present with a fairly light patching workload on December Patch Tuesday, but they will have one Windows zero-day to wrap up as soon as possible.

Microsoft corrected 36 vulnerabilities on December Patch Tuesday in Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps, SQL Server, Visual Studio and Skype for Business.

The Win32k elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2019-1458) is rated as important and is being actively exploited in the wild. This Windows zero-day, discovered by Kaspersky Lab researchers, affects most supported versions of Microsoft’s operating system on both the client and server side. The attacker needs authentication to access the system to run malicious code in kernel mode to take control of a system. The attacker could then perform a range of tasks, including create new accounts with full user rights and install programs.

Administrators who base their patching priority on a combination of vendor severity and the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) score might miss these types of vulnerabilities if they don’t account for additional factors. CVE-2019-1458 has a CVSS score of 7.8.

Chris Goettl, director of product management and security, IvantiChris Goettl

“If you’re not patching vulnerabilities rated important and above with a CVSS score lower than 8.0, then you could miss things being actively exploited,” said Chris Goettl, director of product management and security at Ivanti, a security and IT management vendor based in South Jordan, Utah.

If you’re not patching vulnerabilities rated important and above with a CVSS score lower than 8.0, then you could miss things being actively exploited.
Chris GoettlDirector of product management and security, Ivanti

Multiple zero-day bugs this year met the same criteria as this most recent Windows zero-day, so companies need to make sure they examine additional metadata with the vulnerabilities as they formulate their patching prioritization, Goettl said.

Microsoft closes multiple Git-Visual Studio flaws

Microsoft resolved several security issues related to Git functionality and Microsoft Visual Studio. The company corrected six bugs (CVE-2019-1349, CVE-2019-1350, CVE-2019-1351, CVE-2019-1352, CVE-2019-1354 and CVE-2019-1387) with most of them remote-code execution flaws rated critical. Companies that use Visual Studio for software development and connect to Git repositories will want to apply the December Patch Tuesday updates in short order.

Goettl said an enterprising attacker could do some investigative work to gather email addresses for developers in an organization, then construct a spear-phishing campaign to direct developers to a malicious repository that appears legitimate. Then the attacker could gain administrative rights to modify code in the organization’s development environment. While this scenario is theoretical, Goettl said, it’s not that far-fetched.

“Vendors are becoming a significant target as a way to attack many companies,” he said

Goettl cited a recent incident in which about 400 dentist offices were hit with ransomware through a vendor that handled data backups for the offices. Threat actors have learned that hitting multiple targets at once is a more effective and lucrative option than the piecemeal approach used in the early days of ransomware, he said.

“If I’m an attacker and I find a vertical that I want to go after, such as a vendor for a bunch of health care providers, and I get as much intel as I can about them, their developers and their development platform and any information about their repositories, then I could put together a valid spear-phishing attack,” Goettl said. “And if I can get into their code base, then I can construct an attack that hits all of their customers and makes for a more painful and more profitable ransomware scenario.”

Microsoft issues more servicing stack updates

Microsoft issued an advisory (ADV990001) related to servicing stack updates for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. The first three operating systems will leave mainstream support after the next Patch Tuesday, on Jan. 14, 2020, and move into the extended support phase. Companies that have not migrated off these legacy systems will need to sign up for extended security updates (ESU) to receive support when the end-of-life (EOL) date passes.

“My guess is that these servicing stack updates for these older platforms are preparing for that switchover so the systems can check and get continued updates if you’ve got that [ESU] key,” Goettl said.

A recent survey from Ivanti indicates many organizations have lagged in their Windows 7 migration efforts for several reasons, such as lack of time and lack of application support. In the survey of more than 500 IT professionals published in October, 39% of the respondents indicated they would not have completed migrations off of Windows 7 before the EOL date.

Microsoft makes unusual move with bug for unsupported OS 

In an unusual twist, Microsoft released information for a Remote Desktop Protocol information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2019-1489) rated important for Windows XP — an unsupported Windows operating system — but did not provide a patch.

“This one was kind of odd,” said Goettl, who noted Microsoft gave the CVE an exploitability assessment of 0, which typically means it is an actively exploited vulnerability, but Microsoft modified the designation to read “0 – unknown.”

“Microsoft took the time to create a CVE advisory for Windows XP. We can assume there was a reason to trigger that activity, ” Goettl said. “There is no update available, so people really need to get off XP unless they have an absolute necessity to keep it around.”

An attacker could exploit this flaw by connecting remotely to an XP system and running a specially crafted program. The Windows XP operating system went out of mainstream support in April 2009 and left extended support in April 2014.

Other security updates of note for December Patch Tuesday include:

  • A fix for a spoofing flaw (CVE-2019-1490) rated important for Skype for Business Server 2019, cumulative update 2. In the attack scenario, a user would have to click on a malicious link to a server that has been exploited. The threat actor could then launch cross-site scripting attacks on affected systems and run code in the security context of the exploited user. Microsoft’s update closes the loophole by properly sanitizing web requests.
  • A patch for a Win32k graphics remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-1468) rated critical for supported Windows client and server operating systems related to improper handling of specially crafted embedded fonts. An attacker who exploits this bug — by getting a user to click on a link to a malicious site or open a specially crafted document — can take control of a system and run tasks based on the privilege level of the affected user. The update corrects how the Windows font library handles embedded fonts.
  • A fix for a Hyper-V remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-1471) rated critical on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 that could allow an attacker to run a malicious application on a guest operating system to force the Hyper-V host to run arbitrary code. The update corrects the user input validation process.
  • A correction for a cross-site scripting vulnerability (CVE-2019-1332) rated important in the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) feature. To trigger the exploit, an authenticated user would need to click on a malicious link to an affected SSRS server. The attacker could then perform a range of tasks from deleting content to running malicious code. The patch corrects SSRS URL sanitization.
  • A patch for an information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2019-1400) rated important in Microsoft Access related to a failure to handle objects in memory properly. The attacker would need to be authenticated on the system to run a malicious application to gather information on the user’s system.

Adobe and Google also release patches

Google updated its Chrome web browser on Tuesday to version 79, resolving 51 vulnerabilities.

Adobe released updates for Adobe Acrobat Reader, Flash Player, Photoshop, Brackets and ColdFusion. Administrators will want to patch Acrobat Reader to close 21 vulnerabilities, 14 of which are rated critical. The company released an update for Flash Player but not for security reasons.

“Adobe is really winding down their focus on Adobe Flash,” Goettl said. “I think it’s safe to say that rather than it just no longer being vulnerable, Adobe is putting so little effort into it that it’s not getting attention anymore. People should be focused on getting Flash Player out of their environments.”

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For Sale – Apple MacBook Pro 13”. Early 2015. Cracked screen, but laptop fully working. 8Gb, 128Gb SSD, 2.7 GHz i5. Very clean. £220 inc del.

Hiya All,

I am selling my Macbook Pro 13” :

Early 2015 model
macOS Mojave
13” retina screen
2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
8Gb 1867 MHz DDR3 memory
128Gb SSD Hard Drive
Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB
Original power supply
Original box

Battery Cycle Count: 548
Battery Health Condition: Normal

Model: A1502

It has a cracked screen. The screen operates – but has a large crack on the panel on the right side of the display. It works perfectly outputting to a monitor. The screen can obviously be replaced.

The laptop is in extremely clean condition – its been in an Incipio full case, and a soft carry pouch all its life.

£220 delivered.

Collection from near Stoke on Trent, Staffs available (for £200).

Cheers,
Shane.

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For Sale – Apple MacBook Pro 13”. Early 2015. Cracked screen, but laptop fully working. 8Gb, 128Gb SSD, 2.7 GHz i5. Very clean. £220 inc del.

Hiya All,

I am selling my Macbook Pro 13” :

Early 2015 model
macOS Mojave
13” retina screen
2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
8Gb 1867 MHz DDR3 memory
128Gb SSD Hard Drive
Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB
Original power supply
Original box

Battery Cycle Count: 548
Battery Health Condition: Normal

Model: A1502

It has a cracked screen. The screen operates – but has a large crack on the panel on the right side of the display. It works perfectly outputting to a monitor. The screen can obviously be replaced.

The laptop is in extremely clean condition – its been in an Incipio full case, and a soft carry pouch all its life.

£220 delivered.

Collection from near Stoke on Trent, Staffs available (for £200).

Cheers,
Shane.

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AT&T integrating 5G with Microsoft cloud to enable next-generation solutions on the edge – Stories

DALLAS and REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 26, 2019 — Microsoft and AT&T are ramping up innovation in the early days of their strategic alliance announced in July. One area of focus is aimed at enabling new 5G, cloud and edge computing solutions to drive enterprise capabilities for companies around the world.

The companies are opening select preview availability for Network Edge Compute (NEC) technology, which weaves Microsoft Azure cloud services into AT&T network edge locations closer to customers. This means AT&T’s software-defined and virtualized 5G core – what the company calls the Network Cloud – is now capable of delivering Azure services. NEC will initially be available for a limited set of select customers in Dallas. Next year, Los Angeles and Atlanta are targeted for select customer availability.

From making the world’s first 5G millimeter wave browsing session on a commercial 5G device to groundbreaking commercial installations in healthcare, manufacturing and entertainment, AT&T has proved itself to be a leader in 5G. The company recently activated an industry-first 400-gigabit connection between Dallas and Atlanta to support video, gaming and other 5G needs. AT&T serves parts of 21 cities with its 5G network using millimeter wave spectrum (5G+) and plans to offer nationwide 5G in the first half of 2020.

“The first smartphones on 3G networks introduced the idea of mobile apps over a decade ago. A few years later, 4G LTE made it feasible to connect those devices faster to cloud applications to stream videos, hail rides, and broadcast content to the world,” said Mo Katibeh, EVP and chief marketing officer, AT&T Business. “With our 5G and edge computing, AT&T is collaborating uniquely with Microsoft to marry their cloud capabilities with our network to create lower latency between the device and the cloud that will unlock new, future scenarios for consumers and businesses. We’ve said all year developers and businesses will be the early 5G adopters, and this puts both at the forefront of this revolution.”

This innovation points to a future where high-end augmented reality glasses are as thin and stylish as a standard pair of eyeglasses, lightweight drones can track themselves and thousands of nearby companions in near-real time, and autonomous cars have access to nearly-instant data processing capabilities without having to install a mini data center in the trunk.

“We are helping AT&T light up a wide range of unique solutions powered by Microsoft’s cloud, both for its business and our mutual customers in a secure and trusted way,” said Corey Sanders, corporate vice president, Microsoft Solutions. “The collaboration reaches across AT&T, bringing the hyperscale of Microsoft Azure together with AT&T’s network to innovate with 5G and edge computing across every industry.”

 5G and edge for gaming, drones, and more

One example of how edge computing can unlock new scenarios and experiences is in mobile gaming, where gaming company Game Cloud Network has created a unique 5G game that’s hosted on the network edge with Microsoft Azure. Game Cloud Network is a pioneer in developing game-based brand engagement and a customer of AT&T. The company is now showcasing its new “Tap & Field” game, which utilizes Microsoft’s Azure PlayFab services. In the game, users race each other in near-real time via this track-and-field-style game, enabled by the speed of 5G-connected devices.

“5G gaming provides consumers with the best of both worlds: highly-immersive experiences on lightweight mobile devices,” said Aaron Baker, chief executive officer, Game Cloud Network. “AT&T and Microsoft are building the perfect environment for game developers to create amazing new possibilities for gamers. 5G and edge computing have the potential to radically change how we play together and launch new business opportunities for brands and game publishers.”

Through AT&T Foundry, AT&T and Microsoft are exploring proofs-of-concept including augmented and virtual reality scenarios and drones. For example, both companies continue to work with Israeli startup Vorpal, helping its VigilAir product track drones in commercial zones, airports, and other areas with near-instant positioning. The companies also recently demoed using Microsoft HoloLens to provide 3D schematic overlays for technicians making repairs to airplanes and other industrial equipment.

Progress toward a “public-cloud first company” and more

Microsoft is also helping AT&T Communications become a “public-cloud first” company by migrating most non-network workloads to the public cloud by 2024, and this migration to Azure is already underway. Another important part of AT&T’s strategy is to empower much of its workforce with Microsoft 365. This includes cloud-connected Office apps on Windows 10, and modern collaboration with Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive. AT&T has begun rolling out these solutions to tens of thousands of employees to help drive a culture of modern work.

AT&T and Microsoft will have more to share over the coming months and years as this unique alliance continues to evolve and expand. The two companies will both create and adopt new technologies to develop tools, commercial services and consumer applications that benefit everyone.

About AT&T

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) is a diversified, global leader in telecommunications, media and entertainment, and technology. It executes in the market under four operating units. WarnerMedia is a leading media and entertainment company that creates and distributes premium and popular content to global audiences through its consumer brands including: HBO, Warner Bros., TNT, TBS, truTV, CNN, DC Entertainment, New Line, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Turner Classic Movies and others. AT&T Communications provides more than 100 million U.S. consumers with entertainment and communications experiences across TV, mobile and broadband services. Plus, it serves nearly 3 million business customers with high-speed, highly secure connectivity and smart solutions. AT&T Latin America provides pay-TV services across 11 countries and territories in Latin America and the Caribbean, and is the fastest growing wireless provider in Mexico, serving consumers and businesses. Xandr provides marketers with innovative and relevant advertising solutions for consumers around premium video content and digital advertising through its AppNexus platform.

AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc. Additional information is available at about.att.com. © 2019 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, the Globe logo and other marks are trademarks and service marks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.

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This news release may contain certain non-GAAP financial measures. Reconciliations between the non-GAAP financial measures and the GAAP financial measures are available on the company’s website at https://investors.att.com.

About Microsoft

Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

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For Sale – Ryzen 5 3600X, RTX 2060, 16GB RAM, 2.5TB Storage, Arctic Cooler & fans, warranty

For sale is my Gaming PC. Built early August this year with all new parts from Amazon and the like. Everything has warranty – from the balance of 1 year right up to 10 years for the fans. Have kept all the boxes, manuals, spare cabling etc. Happy to help with any warranty claims in the future, although how practical that would be I’m not sure but the offer is there. Will not split.

Simple reason for sale – I’ve caught the build bug and want to start from scratch again!

Case – NZXT H500 Mid tower ATX, Black with Blue bar, tempered glass side panel.
MOBO – MSI B450 PRO-VDH-PLUS M-ATX, running BIOS AGESA 1.0.0.4 (Beta). No WiFi/Bluetooth but there is a spare PCIe slot. I use a Powerline adapter.
CPU – AMD Ryzen 5 3600X (6 cores, 12 threads) plus unused stock cooler (Wraith Spire) – 3.8GHz/4.4GHz Boost.
Cooler – Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo, black with white fans, fitted using Arctic MX-4 thermal compound.
RAM – Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16 – Black.
PSU – Corsair TX550W 80+ Gold, semi-modular, black.
Storage (boot) – Crucial P1 512GB SSD NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD (located below GPU)
Storage (games) – Seagate Barracuda 3.5″ 2TB 7200rpm (located in the PSU shroud)
GPU – ZOTAC Geforce RTX 2060 – twin fans but not the “Twin fan” model if that makes sense, unless it is the same thing and I’ve misunderstood
Rear/Top exhaust fans (black/white) – 1 x 120mm Arctic F12 PWM PST + 1 x 120mm Arctic F12 PMW, replacing the stock 1x120mm NZXT exhaust fan (black), which I’ll also include.
Front intake fans (black/white) – 1 x 140mm Arctic F14 PWM PST + 1 x 140mm Arctic F14 PMW. Excellent air flow.
Lighting – 1 x non addressable RGB (12V) light strip magnetically fitted inside case roof. Use Mystic Light to change solid colour/effect – subtle and effective. Can easily be moved around the case or removed entirely. Subtle and effective – Im not into the RGB thing.
OS – Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1909. This is registered to me so I’d need to fully reset and install a clean, deactivated copy.

I have deliberately disabled (via BIOS) all boosting options – specifically MSI’s Game Boost and AMD’s Precision Boost 2/PBO, never overclocked.

Bearing this in mind and that I run at 1440p/144Hz at Very High/Ultra detail, I get well over 60FPS on anything eg. Doom 2016 @200FPS, Gears 5 @80-100FPS, BeamNG.drive @100+fps, latest COD MW @70-100FPS. Idles at <35dB and 35degrees, boots up in under 25 seconds. Absolutely no issues - would make a perfect PC for the gamer in your life, especially with Christmas approaching

Collection only – too much hassle/risk using a courier. Happy to demo but I’d then need time to fully reset.

Happy to answer any questions.

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For Sale – HP Chromebook 14-DB0003NA (BNIB)

Just received this as part of a promotion from Google (with early purchases of the Pixel 4).

–– ADVERTISEMENT ––​

It’s sealed in the box so would make a great Christmas present for someone
Here’s a link to the model (John Lewis)

14″ screen
AMD-A4 9120C APU
32GB eMMC storage
100GB Google Drive cloud storage (free first year)
4GB DDR4 RAM
Chrome OS
B&O speakers
2 x USB 3.1 Type-C ports
2 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x microSD slot
Bluetooth v4.2
Webcam with mics
Headphone port

Location
Worthing, West Sussex
Price and currency
£145
Delivery cost included
Delivery Is Included
Prefer goods collected?
I prefer the goods to be collected
Advertised elsewhere?
Advertised elsewhere
Payment method
Bank Transfer or Paypal Friends/Family

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