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For Sale – TP-Link AC2600 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit VDSL/ADSL Modem Router

Selling the above which was purchased from Amazon on the 09/08/17. It’s boxed and in excellent condition. Selling as I’ve switched to Google Wifi and I don’t really take advantage of all the features.

Price and currency: £85
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Okehampton
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Alienware 13 R3

Evening Folks,

Looking to sell my Alienware 13 R3 as it’s just not getting used to its full potential.

Purchased on December 16th 2016, the unit itself has 65 days of warranty remaining (as of 12.10.17) and is in immaculate condition.

Spec is as follows:

Alienware 13 R3

Intel Core i7-6700HQ Quad-Core (6MB Cache, up to 3.5GHz w/ Turbo Boost)

13.3 inch QHD (2560 x 1440) OLED Anti-Glare 400-nits Display with Touch Technology

16GB DDR4-2400MHz

256GB PCIe NVME Solid State Drive (C: Drive/Boot) + 256GB M.2 Solid State Drive (D: Drive)

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5

Killer 1435 802.11ac 2×2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1

UK/Irish (QWERTY) Backlit Keyboard

**All original packaging has been retained and will be like new upon opening**

Software:

As well as adding in the additional 256GB SSD Drive, I also upgraded the OS from Windows Home to Windows Pro. Whilst I do have Office 2016 installed, this is part of my student 365 subscription so I would need to remove I’m afraid, however, i should be able to hook you up with a license if you wan?. There is also an active subscription of Malwarebytes Endpoint Security Suite, which after resetting, I will provide keys too if you’d like?

I will also be happy to supply the following games that’s on my steam account, if that’s even possible? (Project Cars, Sniper 1,2&3, and Jack Nicklaus Perfect Golf). I also have Star Wars Battle Front.

Warranty:

As mentioned, there is currently 60+ days warranty remaining, of which can be extended up to 5 years.

Reason for sale:

As well as the fact that I have only really been using the laptop for general internet use for the last 6-7 months, I have recently got into mountain biking and would like to put the proceeds towards a new bike and additional accessories.

Again, laptop is in immaculate condition and has always been wrapped in a large microfibre cloth and stored in a cupboard when not in use (I’m weird like that). There are some very, very minimal swirl marks on the Alienware logo but trust me when I say, you have to be looking real close to even notice. There will also be a few marks on the AC adapter what with it being in contact with the ground, but the laptop is perfect.

The touchscreen OLED display has been touched 3-4 times (honest). I hate finger prints so I’ve always made use of the trackpad. The display btw is glorious and probably one of the best laptop displays to date, hence why I went for it. Whilst the touch screen is a nice feature, it was the detail associated with OLED technology that made me go with it over the FHD panel.

Additional pictures can be uploaded if need be, however, those attached should hopefully get across how perfect this item is.

Postage:

For now, postage costs have not been included as I would like to discuss the best possible method and costs (if that’s ok). I’ve never posted something as expensive or fragile so would definitely want it going the best possible way.

Price:

To buy new today, with a 7700 series chipset, you’re talking £1849.00 (And that’s without the additional 256GB SSD and Windows 10 Pro upgrade)

Laptop cost me £1795.00 so I really am priced to sell at a realistic price point.

No trade offers please AND, depending on your trading feedback, Paypal only. Can’t say I’m that fussed about handing out bank details for BT, however, for somebody with what I class as a good reputation, I will consider it for ease – but please don’t be offended If I choose otherwise.

Questions:

Happy to answer anything within my ability. I’m no Linus Sebastian, nor a gynaecologist, but I’ll always take a look

Regards,

Darren

Price and currency: 1275
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Paypal, Bank Transfer
Location: Omagh, Northern Ireland
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Meow you doing? – Microsoft Life

It’s happened to Karen Easterbrook a few times already, and it’s bound to sneak up on her again. She’s in a work meeting with folks from different teams, and people are introducing themselves. When it’s her turn, she says her name and inevitably someone blurts out, “You’re the cat woman!”

“Every time, I have to live it down,” Easterbrook said.

If it’s not being recognized in a meeting, it’s a cat-and-mouse game in a hallway.

“We joke that’s how we recognize each other: you have cat hair on your back,” said Easterbrook, who works on post-quantum cryptography in the company’s Artificial Intelligence and Research group. She recently adopted a 12-year-old tabby with an unmistakable, shed-happy orange coat. Cat hair on clothing “is our group sign. We nod and know, you’re part of the family.”

That family is Cats at Microsoft, a feline fan club that over the past decade has welcomed hundreds of employees and alumni into its clan. Not only has the group helped employees navigate the joys and heartbreaks of pet ownership, it has also facilitated invaluable career connections and led to an impactful community rescue project none could have imagined when they first came hunting for advice about scratching posts and spaying.

In a global workplace so big and fast moving, it can sometimes be challenging to find a clutch of one’s own—a cozy spot to foster long-term relationships, seek advice, and explore common interests. Cats of Microsoft helps unravel that ball of yarn.

The story of Cats at Microsoft is a story of cool cats and new cats, introverts and extroverts, engineers and program managers and administrative assistants. It’s a story of the playful and the shy and the fiercely independent all coming together over cat memes, carefully composed feline haikus, and Friday emails showing off the world’s most purrfect pet.

It’s a clawsome story that shows how anything is pawssible when we connect over passions and make space for the things we care about. A story—no, a tail—that proves that cats always finish first.

It all started a decade ago, when Susan Bunch’s cat Peter broke his leg. She went to an emergency vet who told her it would be $4,000 for surgery. “I had only been at Microsoft for a few years, I had young kids, tons of restrictions and responsibilities—I couldn’t afford it. The vet said, ‘if you don’t have the money, we’ll have to put your cat to sleep.’”

Bunch was heartbroken. She put her cat to sleep.

“Then my own vet came back and asked me why we hadn’t just amputated. I was like, what? I wanted to talk about it with someone, but it started to feel silly to discuss this in the women’s employee group I was a part of at the time. I noticed, though, that people were answering the questions I had posted so I asked, do you want to have a cat group?”

Orange and white cat lying on a yellow porch

Fuego, relaxing on the porch, was featured in the Cats of Microsoft calendar.

A handful of employees leaped at the idea, and the Cats of Microsoft (Mcats) group was off and running.

Right away, people began posting about their cat quandaries and exchanging videos and funny pictures—a honey-faced tabby curled under the bed covers, a mischievous ebony tail poking out from a hiding spot. After a couple of years, more employees heard about the group through an internal story, and membership soared to 3,000 people.

While some members are very active, a lot of them are lurkers, said Bunch, who works in customer service and support. “Well, I don’t love the word lurker,” she corrected. “They’re the barn cats. The more feral ones. I serve as a mama cat. Once in a while, people might disagree about what to do in a situation—someone will say, ‘Don’t you want to give it another try?’ when someone posts about rehoming due to allergies. And I’ll jump in and say ‘no, no, let’s keep it nice.’ Sometimes people get a little gritty.”

Just like in the cat kingdom.

Sometimes, Bunch says, members who have been on the alias for years will reach out for the first time because their cat is really sick, needs shots, or has some other health concern they need advice about. Undoubtedly, Bunch says, “someone has an Excel spreadsheet for that.”

Not just like in the cat kingdom.

Adoption, divorce, cross-country or international moves, job changes, people who are sick or who die—the group has fielded all types of crises. Right away, Bunch says, members unite to ask “what about the cat?” and to find ways to help. Members have watched, fed, and rehomed one another’s cats, picked up stranded cats when owners were unexpectedly stuck, and found supplies and advice on a range of issues from finicky eaters to neuter nerves.

“This has become an important personal support network for people, not only with regard to pet loss but in many aspects of their lives,” said Easterbrook, who has lost two pets of her own in the past 12 months. “This is a very powerful group of people; I have been able to be there for people, to help people through the downturns they’ve gone through in their lives. I never thought a cat group would lead to that.”

Because Mcats has not only an employee network but a Facebook group that includes alumni, sometimes people try to join erroneously, such as the college students looking for the MCAT—the Medical College Admission Test.

“And I’m like, no, meow meow,” Bunch said. “It does feel very cat-like. I’m like, ‘No, walk the other direction.’”

In addition to sharing cat memes and solving the mysteries of feline aloofness, the humans who belong to Mcats have also seen a benefit to their careers. “People do network. I’ve found professional work mentors,” Bunch said. “Somehow a conversation about Mr. Fluffy Pants turns into, ‘I have a project I need help with,’ and, ‘Oh I work in security, how about this.’”

All of this support, friendship, and networking seems like the cat’s meow. But it only scratches the surface of the impact Mcats has had.

About a year after Mcats formed, Bunch had the idea to launch a fundraiser by assembling a cat calendar with some of the images that members loved to share. At the time there was already a dog calendar at Microsoft, and, well, we all know how vexed cats get when they are upstaged by slobbery, over-eager canines.

(In all seriousness, the group is “definitely not opposed to helping dogs,” Easterbrook said. “But the research shows generally the worst outcome in needy areas is for cats.”)

A core group of volunteers, including Bunch, Easterbrook, and Kristi Minietta, invited employees to submit pictures, which often came paired with funny or poignant stories about the pets. The team decided to send whatever proceeds it made from selling the calendars to Forget Me Not Animal Shelter in Ferry County in rural Eastern Washington. The shelter had a run-down property, a single-wide mobile home for its animals, and no running water. “Volunteers brought in all the water in milk jugs, by hand,” Bunch said.

That first calendar year, the Mcats team thought it would make a few hundred dollars selling calendars full of sweet faces and winsome whiskers. It made $30,000.

This year, the calendar’s tenth anniversary, employees and alumni from all around the world participate. Last year, the team—which now includes employees Bunch, Easterbrook, Emily Hoffman, and Alex Sutton—received photo submissions from about 450 people.

Cat standing on a climbing structure and another cat on the ground in the Forget Me Not Animal Shelter

Cats get care and fresh air at the Forget Me Not Animal Shelter.

Cat of the Month snapshots are chosen anonymously by the employees of Forget Me Not; people can buy daily spots for the pictures that they feel best highlight their furry friend’s cattitude. All the submissions are taken into the light room to be color adjusted, cropped, and printed. After the year’s final images are selected, the calendars—the team now produces two 365-image calendars—are designed, produced, and distributed by the team. It’s a massive volunteer undertaking.

“I’m viewed as the very strange lady who last year showed up with a flash drive and printed 1,243 photos of cats at Costco. Someone probably wanted to ask, ‘Do you need to talk to someone?’” joked Easterbrook.

But it’s worth it. The project’s reach helps employees forge “that connection to people who are in different areas,” she said. Last year, the calendars raised $90,000 for the shelter. The funds raised through Microsoft’s employee giving program and by alumni, interns, and others who participate—more than half a million dollars in total over the years —have allowed Forget Me Not to build a full-service facility that includes a medical center, an adoption wing, and a trap-neuter-return program and have helped dramatically reshape animal care and rescue efforts in Ferry County. Microsoft’s employee giving program, which matches employees’ cash donations and pays nonprofits $25 for each hour an employee volunteers, raised more than $142 million in 2016 alone.

Two women sitting at an outdoor booth with large posters of cat pictures and title Microsoft Cat Calendar on either side

Tiffany Fortin, shelter manager at Forget Me Not Animal Shelter (left), and Susan Bunch work the Cats of Microsoft calendar table at 2017 Give Fest.

Every summer some members of Mcats travel to the shelter to see the impact, and every year the leadership team queries calendar participants about what their priorities are for the project, Easterbrook said.

Other teams at Microsoft and even from other companies have reached out to Mcats for guidance on how to launch their own successful giving projects. The team—cat whisperers that they are—always shares its learnings.

“It’s a transformation, from not knowing what you are doing to being a mentor for people,” Easterbrook said. “It’s very powerful.”

While some members are in the throes of the annual calendar craze now, Mcats will eventually settle back into the rhythm of the rest of the year: sharing tips, telling jokes, looking for their kind in the hallways, and trading funny stories—some of which will surely live on in hisstory or for at least for nine lives.

Like the one where someone’s cat managed to walk across a computer during a meeting, start Excel, write a formula, and run it, Bunch said.

Photograph pinned to a bulletin board that shows a black cat with yellow eyes and the haiku: I swallowed the sun, no summer until I burp, gee it's hot in here

Employee Rachael Heade wrote this haiku about Lewis and shared it with the Mcats group.

“It’s that comic relief that’s really hard to find when you’re in a world where, between computers and phones, everyone always wants something from you.”

And while cats are notorious loners, the Mcats humans will continue making friends. Like Bunch and Rachael Heade, who works on corporate data and document retention policy and compliance, who bonded over having black cats and joked that theirs were in love. Sadly, Heade’s cat, Lewis, the subject of a much-loved group haiku meme and nicknamed “Defender of the Realm” for his mouse-hunting prowess, died unexpectedly this summer.

“For 10 years I’ve been able to give my condolences to so many people who lost kitties, and then, it was my turn. It was very touching and very comforting. People remembered things about Lewis, a picture of his tail, whatever it was. It’s a sense of community,” she said.

And a conduit to perspective. “Microsoft can sometimes be a high-pressure, fairly serious place. I have found on days when it’s just like—argh—I go to the cat alias, and there’s always something that reminds me that we are all actually very human; we all have something that we love outside of work,” Heade said.

Ironically, Bunch’s black cat, Scotty, recently had to have her leg amputated—the same operation that could have saved Peter during the emergency that led to Mcats’ formation.

When Scotty had surgery, Mcats sent gift baskets replete with jingly toys and catnip. And despite the curious looks from the customs officials, Heade even brought Bunch a special present from her trip to Germany: a little back scratching post for Scotty.

New Fall Update for Xbox One Available for Everyone Today

It’s been a busy and exciting summer for everyone at Team Xbox. Back in August we gave you a first look at the fall update for Xbox One, and we showed off the new Home, Guide and Community tabs. Since then, we’ve been working with Xbox Insiders to gather feedback, test and refine new features that we’re releasing worldwide starting today. As gamers, we like to play and watch content the way we want, with the people we want. With this update, our fans asked for more personalization options and we’ve put more control in their hands. Here’s a rundown of the new features.

Content Block Xbox One

You can personalize your “Home” more than ever before: You can…

  • Make Home uniquely yours. Add your favorite games, friends, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass, and more directly to your Home screen with a new concept that we call blocks. Once you’ve added blocks, you can remove or change the order of the blocks as you see fit.
  • Have up to 40 pins!  All these pins will appear in the Pin block on Home, as well as the Pins flyout in the new Guide!
  • Easily discover new things, such as friend activities, leaderboards, LFG posts, tips, quick links to Game Hubs, across both your console and Xbox Live at the top of Home.
  • Choose dark, light, or high-contrast theme option in Settings.

 Updated Xbox Guide

You’ll experience a fast, powerful and convenient Guide:

  • It’s now faster and easier to move left and right through horizontal tabs with the left thumb stick or bumpers.
  • When you bring up Guide while in an active party or broadcast, Guide will automatically open the party or broadcast section by default for faster access to controls.
  • New “Friends in games” flyout informs you of friends playing the same game.
  • Game invites will show up in the Multiplayer tab of the Guide.
  • The new Tournaments section in the Multiplayer tab of the Guide provides a quick portal into the official and community tournaments that you’ve joined. Enjoy more Xbox Arena tournament options with the addition of new titles.

Community Feed on Xbox One

Don’t worry about missing any actions when you step away from your console:

  • With the enhanced notification system, when your Xbox One is idle, time-sensitive activities and status are visible from far away.
  • The screen-dimming functionality has also been updated to better prevent screen ghosting, both when the screen is dimmed and when it’s showing notification snapshots of what’s happening on Xbox Live.
  • The newly redesigned Game Hub Welcome tab now features a summary of all the great content around the game on one page.
  • Profiles now enable faster access to recent activity. You can now easily manage who sees your activity feed content through the “Others can see your activity feed” privacy setting.
  • See more content at a glance with new Community feed, and view screenshots and game clips in an immersive, full-screen view.

Video forNew Fall Update for Xbox One Available for Everyone Today

Get a head start on Xbox One X (Launch Day Nov 7): Your console setup experience will be quicker for both new users and upgraders.  There are new options to help save time when moving from one Xbox One to another (including Xbox One X), so you can get back to playing faster.

  • Transfer your games to an external drive so you can connect it to your new console and play immediately. Just unplug the drive from your current console, plug it in to your new one, and you’re ready to go.
  • Existing Xbox One owners can back up their games and console settings to an external drive so that they’re ready to be applied to the new console during setup.
  • Copy your games and apps over your home network from one console to another via network transfer.
  • Bulk transfer will allow you to select and transfer as many games as you want all at once.
  • You’ll be able to download 4K content for some games ahead of time to your Xbox One or Xbox One S, so that you’re ready to transfer Xbox One X Enhanced games to your new console on day one.
  • You can easily discover Xbox One X Enhanced titles in the Store, and developers can optimize game delivery by making sure that 4K assets are installed only for Xbox One X.
  • You’ll be able to sort and filter your Installed and Ready to Install games library to find Xbox One X Enhanced titles.

Xbox One X Enhanced Titles UI

Discover and Create Engaging Content:

  • The Mixer tab on the dashboard will now display broadcast previews so you can see what’s going on in popular streams before you join them.
  • If your bandwidth supports a 1080p broadcast, we will upgrade it automatically for your Xbox One family of devices.
  • The Broadcast & Capture tab in Guide is also now more deeply integrated with Mixer. Once you start a Broadcast, a new flyout will appear that includes your profile stats.
  • You can also use a USB webcam to broadcast yourself alongside your gameplay on Mixer, or to have a 1:1 or group video chat with friends using Skype.
  • GameDVR will now be able to capture up to 4K/HDR screenshots and game clips on Xbox One X, and you’ll be able to capture content directly to an external hard drive.

Xbox Assist

Other big features include…

  • You can get personalized tips & help, smart notifications, community tips, & troubleshooting through the new Xbox Assist App.
  • You can also change your console language to select right-to-left languages – Arabic & Hebrew – in the Xbox Settings menu.
  • You will also see a new Microsoft Store logo and name in the Xbox dashboard, providing you with a simpler experience when you download and buy the latest products and content from Microsoft and its partners, including hardware, games, entertainment, apps and more.

It’s been an incredible journey for the entire team at Xbox as we worked to bring you this update. Thanks as always to our fans and Xbox Insiders for the valuable feedback. Be sure to keep letting us know what you think at Xbox feedback.  We’ll have even more great features coming very soon! See you on Xbox Live.

Mike Ybarra
Gamertag: Qwik
Twitter: @XboxQwik

CTO Gerri Martin-Flickinger talks innovation at Starbucks

Innovation at Starbucks isn’t just about technology; it’s also about language, the coffee company’s executive vice president and CTO Gerri Martin-Flickinger said at the recent Gartner Symposium in Orlando, Fla.

For example, there is no IT function at Starbucks; it’s called Starbucks Technology.

“[Once we rebranded IT,] we started thinking about ourselves a little differently,” Martin-Flickinger said. She said by taking off the artificial restrictions they had in their thinking about what IT was and what it could become, they became something bigger. “But it wasn’t just how we felt about it; it was also how our business partners felt about it. They started thinking about us differently.”

Another word change: There are also no “employees” at the coffee giant, only “partners.” It’s all part of Starbucks’ internal rebranding that started a couple of years ago and includes a revamped workplace culture, technology investments and mission statement all centered on providing digital engagement on a global scale.

“The best technology is the technology that actually enhances human connection,” Martin-Flickinger said. “I can’t think of a better brand than Starbucks that believes in the human connection.”

The star of the company’s digital lean-in position is its popular Mobile Order and Pay app, introduced in 2015. Since its rollout, the percentage of mobile-order transactions has continued to grow each quarter. At peak times, at least 2,000 stores are seeing more than 20% of transactions coming through this channel.

But Starbucks’ digital transformation goes beyond just an app, according to Martin-Flickinger. She offered a glimpse into the present state and future of innovation at Starbucks, which includes a cloud-based platform, collaboration tools, virtual reality (VR) and conversational computing.

An integration platform

Starbucks doesn’t have a unified point-of-sale environment, a single inventory system or a single supply chain system around the globe, Martin-Flickinger said, explaining it would be incredibly difficult to enforce a standard across all of its stores and systems. Instead, some stores are deeply connected on a consistent technical stack, but others are only loosely coupled.

These concepts are not far-fetched. Everyone in this room probably has technologists who could put that together.
Gerri Martin-Flickingerexecutive vice president and CTO at Starbucks

To manage this technical complexity, the company is building a cloud-based platform that will allow for integration and interconnection between diverse technical stacks and ownership models.

Martin-Flickinger gave the example of an American customer getting off a plane at Heathrow Airport in London and ordering his or her favorite drink through the mobile app. The integration platform, as she called it, takes care of issues like currency conversion, cost adjustments and sales regulations, so all the customer has to do is pick up the drink at the airport’s Starbucks.

Another example of Martin-Flickinger’s vision for the platform centers on drive-through windows. When Mobile Order and Pay customers pull up to a Starbucks drive-through, the reader board will change to show their favorite drink, offer personalized suggestions and greet them by name.

“These concepts are not far-fetched,” she said. “Everyone in this room probably has technologists who could put that together. But to put that together at scale across more than 26,000 stores across 75 countries with loosely coupled technology is a little more challenging.”

Gerri Martin-Flickinger shares examples of Starbucks' innovative projects and investments during her talk at the 2017 Gartner Symposium.
Gerri Martin-Flickinger shares examples of Starbucks’ innovative projects and investments during her talk at the 2017 Gartner Symposium.

Facebook at Work, Autodesk to the fore

With so many stores in so many countries, communication and collaboration between personnel can be difficult. To connect its employees, the company has turned to a workplace collaboration platform: Facebook at Work.

“When we opened up Workplace, almost immediately we had store managers and partners telling us about the tech in their stores and ideas they had about how we could make it better or what we could do differently,” Martin-Flickinger said. “What’s really exciting is that our technologists — even our front-line technologists — have the opportunity to engage in that conversation directly.”

More than 80% of the chain’s store managers are using Workplace on a weekly basis, forming their own macro- and micro-communities, she said. Everyone in the executive team is engaged constantly on the collaboration platform, she added. Even Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson uses it every week for a chat and a video conversation with partners.

Innovation at Starbucks also comes in the form of 3D renderings and virtual reality. Before completing final construction of a new store, the Starbucks team can tour it through detailed 3D renderings made in partnership with software company Autodesk.

These renderings, which are viewed by vice presidents and store development teams through VR headsets, give a realistic view of each new store — in the context of its surrounding environment. The Starbucks teams, for example, can view the layout at different times of day and see how the sunlight will move through the store as the day progresses. Even more impressive, Martin-Flickinger said, is teams can interact with the environment while wearing their VR headsets, moving furniture or even making a simulated beverage behind the counter.

Another emerging area Starbucks is exploring is conversational commerce. Martin-Flickinger showed an example of a customer speaking her order into her phone and a chatbot engaging with her via written text to inquire about the details of the order and place the order for her.

“By the time my kids enter their careers, my guess is keyboards will be a thing of the past,” Martin-Flickinger said.

For Sale – Gigabyte Windforce GTX 780ti 3GB

Hello,

I’m selling my Gigabyte Windforce 780ti following an upgrade, it’s the 3GB model that comes overclocked. Never had any issues with it and it’s in great condition, it’s out of warranty now.

Price and currency: 100
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Stockton-On-Tees
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – iMac 21.5inch (Late 2012)

I am selling my 21.5 inch iMac as it doesn’t get used and it’s just sitting in our box room unused.

The machine is in great condition and has only been used a handful of times. As you will see from the pictures, there are no marks or scratches on either the screen itself or anywhere on the machine – front or back.

It is running the latest OS and has a 2.7Ghz Quad-core Intel i5 processor with 8Gb of Ram.

Full specs below
21.5-inch: 2.7GHz
2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5
Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz
8GB (two 4GB) memory
1TB hard drive
NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M with 512MB

PLEASE NOTE – It does not come with the trackpad pictured . The batteries leaked and it’s knackered basically.

Price and currency: £380
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: Stockport
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For Sale – iMac 21.5inch (Late 2012)

I am selling my 21.5 inch iMac as it doesn’t get used and it’s just sitting in our box room unused.

The machine is in great condition and has only been used a handful of times. As you will see from the pictures, there are no marks or scratches on either the screen itself or anywhere on the machine – front or back.

It is running the latest OS and has a 2.7Ghz Quad-core Intel i5 processor with 8Gb of Ram.

Full specs below
21.5-inch: 2.7GHz
2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5
Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz
8GB (two 4GB) memory
1TB hard drive
NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M with 512MB

PLEASE NOTE – It does not come with the trackpad pictured . The batteries leaked and it’s knackered basically.

Price and currency: £380
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: Stockport
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following via private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment:

  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.