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For Sale – Oculus Rift . NEW

I have a new 7 day old Oculus Rift 19/5/2018. I set it up once 23/5/2015 and did not like how it felt . Im being honest i played project cars 2 for 20 minutes and it just felt like i was in a rolercoaster and felt sick . maybe it was becuase i was tired im not sure . i have not used it since and to me being used to 4K triple screens on my rig i will stick to that for now . It was bought from Very . i did try and return but as its been used i cant send it back . i will however give the Invoice from very and which is proof of purchase.

Im not sure what happens to the games as i did not need to use any codes and they downloaded themselves with the set up software .

Price is firm . and price includes next day delivery insured .

Collected price will be £340

more photos if there interest .

Price and currency: £350 inc NEXT day delivery .
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Dumfries
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Wanted – Cheap PC parts and Raspberry Pi for child.

Hi guys,

My son is a bit of a Minecraft geek and would like to explore the java version and look to setup a minecraft server. He’s only 8 so doesn’t have a great deal of cash but does have a little bit birthday money left over.
I already have a tower case, psu and SSD drive for the build, just looking for something cheap m-atx/itx which will run minecraft. Preferably an FM2 board/cpu or something similar.

He’s also interested in a Raspberry Pi as he’s just started using these at school to code.

As for the Pi, anything really, its just for coding so doesn’t need to be the latest model.

Thanks a lot guys.

Location: Newcastle

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For Sale – raspberry pi 3 b setup and steelseries rival 700 mouse

hi since im not having any luck with finding a new mouse that i like im looking to sell my steelseries rival 700 mouse,its only had 3 hours use tops as i just cant get on with it,it comes fully boxed with both cables and in like new condition due to little use its had

same as in the link

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/stee…performance-gaming-mouse-62331-kb-077-st.html

£35 in for mouse

next is a raspberry pi3 b which comes with 64gb micro sd,power supply, case and a generic xbox 360 pad,everything is in good working order and is ready to go

£40 inc *SOLD PAYMENT RECEIVED*

Price and currency: 40 35
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: ppg or bank xfer
Location: clipstone
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Eventbrite

If you long to become a swingin’ cat who makes the rounds of local cultural events like outdoor concerts, book-club meetups, film festivals, and sake tastings, you should check out Eventbrite. The service boasts a robust event listing and the ability to purchase tickets. You won’t be able to use it to buy tickets for sporting events or high-profile shows, and you can’t create your own events directly from the mobile app. Still, Eventbrite is worth checking out, if you’re looking for cool smaller-scale happenings in your town.

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Welcome to the Party, Pal
The web-based Eventbrite puts the most important thing, search, front and center. Like Songkick, Eventbrite’s homepage automatically detects your location based on your location and pre-fills the location search criteria; you simply key-in an event name or category. You can even filter your searches by date, if you’re specifically looking for a good time this upcoming weekend.
Beneath that search bar lives a large area that’s filled with upcoming events. If you haven’t created an account, you see a simple listing of activities and performances in your area. If you create an account, however, the app shows you events that match the topics of interest you selected when you signed up. For example, I selected the Cultural, Food & Drink, and Festival categories when I signed up, so my Eventbrite homepage is often filled with the likes of A Decadent Evening of Chocolate and Cocktails, Pop Up Dinner NYC, and New York Cocktail Expo. The bottom of the page displays trending topics, such as Networking and Sports & Wellness.

It’s important to understand what kind of bookings you can make with the service—and what kinds you can’t. Eventbrite specializes in smaller, cooler events, such as tastings, indie music performances, conventions, and readings. Ticketmaster, on the other hand, offers tickets for high-profile shows, such as The Book of Mormon and The Lion King. This is not the sort of thing you’ll find on Eventbrite. That said, Tribeca Film Festival uses Eventbrite to handle its ticketing, so I used the service to gain access to a Cobra Kai screening before the television show made its debut on YouTube Premium.
Selecting an event takes you to a page on which you can view the event venue, address, date, start and end times, and location (which you can view using an embedded Google Map, much as you can with Songkick). I also like that each event has tags that lead you to similar events when you click through. Unfortunately, you can’t track recurring events, such as the NYC Craft Beer Festival, to receive alerts for an impending show. This kind of tracking is an area in which Songkick truly excels.

Saving and Purchasing Tickets
You can save events by clicking the bookmark icon located just beneath the listing’s main image. Alternately, you can buy tickets by clicking the large green Tickets icon. Saved events live in the Saved section, while purchased tickets live in the Tickets section. I like that Eventbrite separates those two categories, as it makes identifying which is which much simpler. Ticketmaster does the same, but Songkick, sadly, combines favorites and purchases into one category in its Plans section. You can also add events to your calendar, be it from Apple, Google, Outlook, or Yahoo.
The ticket purchase process requires that you input your name, email address, and credit/debit card information within a 15-minute time frame. If you don’t complete the purchase within the allotted time, you lose the held ticket and have to begin the process anew. In my experience with the service, Eventbrite handles the ticketing; I can’t recall a time when I was shuttled to Ticketmaster or StubHub to complete the transaction. Songkick, on the other hand, sends you to a third party to make a ticket purchase.
Sadly, Eventbrite doesn’t support multiple account logins. This makes things a bit frustrating for people like me who use Eventbrite for both professional (E3 after parties) and personal reasons (ramen festivals). The ability to switch between accounts would be a welcome addition. Instead, you have to create two accounts, with two different email addresses, and then log in and out as needed.
Eventbrite keeps a full record of all your ticket purchases. In fact, I scrolled back to 2009 (nearly a decade ago!) to find an invite for a housewarming party. I didn’t expect Eventbrite to serve up some warm and fuzzy memories when I started testing it for this review.

The Eventbrite Mobile Apps
Eventbrite has apps for the Android and iOS platforms. I mainly tested Eventbrite on my Google Pixel XL, but I spent a bit of time with the iPhone version, too. The apps are very similar to each other in terms of design, and both offer the browser-based version’s many useful features. That said, they differ from the web version in small ways.
For example, you can use your phone as a barcode-based e-ticket instead of physically printing one out a ticket—that’s very convenient. In addition, the mobile apps let you edit your user profile to add or remove event topics. Unfortunately, that option isn’t available in the web version.
Paint the Town Red
Overall, Eventbrite is a useful tool for discovering interesting events in your neck of the woods. Depending on what you’re into, Eventbrite could serve as your main method of discovering local activities, or, if you’re like me, you may find it works best as a companion to the likes of StubHub and Ticketmaster. Eventbrite is excellent at serving up cupcake bake-offs, walking tours, and other relatively small-scale events, but if it’s big-name Broadway shows you’re after, StubHub and Ticketmaster are better choices.

4 x 16GB Write Protected USB 2.0 flash drives

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Never used , all 4 for £32 posted , Paypal only.

I bought these a few years ago direct from Trekstor in Germany for about £54 with the plans of using them for write protected Linux Live sticks that can’t get altered but never got around to using them.

They have that budget Chinese build feel and they are not particularly fast but obviously that’s not their purpose as you…

4 x 16GB Write Protected USB 2.0 flash drives

steelseries rival 700 mouse

hi since im not having any luck with finding a new mouse that i like im looking to sell my steelseries rival 700 mouse,its only had 3 hours use tops as i only got it yesterday and im unable to take it back as it was a replacement so its doubtful that i could exchange or get a refund

i still have the receipt for it too

anyways i only got the mouse yesterday,but its just not for me again as i just cant seem to find a mouse i like so im going to bite the bullet and order a new one of what i…

steelseries rival 700 mouse

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230

I really like this laptop and the screen is stunning, but it wreaks havoc with some of the programs that I use and my eyes struggle with a 13” screen! so I am going back to a 15” 1080 screen and a lighter laptop for travel (aero 15x)

This was an outlet purchase from February so comes in the brown box
It had a carbon fibre skin fitted at day one, I can leave this on or remove it- buyers choice. I’m pretty sure there are no marks under it (I certainly don’t recall seeing any when I fitted it)…

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230

I really like this laptop and the screen is stunning, but it wreaks havoc with some of the programs that I use and my eyes struggle with a 13” screen! so I am going back to a 15” 1080 screen and a lighter laptop for travel (aero 15x)

This was an outlet purchase from February so comes in the brown box
It had a carbon fibre skin fitted at day one, I can leave this on or remove it- buyers choice. I’m pretty sure there are no marks under it (I certainly don’t recall seeing any when I fitted it)…

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230

I really like this laptop and the screen is stunning, but it wreaks havoc with some of the programs that I use and my eyes struggle with a 13” screen! so I am going back to a 15” 1080 screen and a lighter laptop for travel (aero 15x)

This was an outlet purchase from February so comes in the brown box
It had a carbon fibre skin fitted at day one, I can leave this on or remove it- buyers choice. I’m pretty sure there are no marks under it (I certainly don’t recall seeing any when I fitted it)…

Alienware 13” R3 i7 16gb 512gb 1060gtx OLED now £1230