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For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360 (qhd touchscreen, 512gb HD, 16gb ram)

Selling my 2017 Dell XPS 13

It’s an amazing little machine and I think I will probably regret selling and end up getting another one at some point but needs must and a recent change of circumstances means this is surplus to requirements.

Spec as follows

i7-7500 @ 2.7Ghz
16GB RAM
512GB SSD
QHD Touch Screen (3200 x 1800)

Unfortunately warranty expired Feb 18

It will be sent with an (unapplied) dbrand skin for the lid and also a tomtoo case/sleeve

I’m not currently looking for trades, this is for sale only

Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PPG
Location: cheltenham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Wanted – i7 6700k, Z170 Mini ITX Mobo, DDR4 16GB 3200mhz (low profile)

Hi, I’m looking for the above components preferably as a bundle but will buy separately as well.

For the i7 6700k, please state how high it can clock to and at what volts.

For the ram as long as the speed is around 3200mhz or can be overclocked to 3200mhz then that is fine and I would prefer the ram in black or red.

Thanks

Location: Grays

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Wanted – i7 6700k, Z170 Mini ITX Mobo, DDR4 16GB 3200mhz (low profile)

Hi, I’m looking for the above components preferably as a bundle but will buy separately as well.

For the i7 6700k, please state how high it can clock to and at what volts.

For the ram as long as the speed is around 3200mhz or can be overclocked to 3200mhz then that is fine and I would prefer the ram in black or red.

Thanks

Location: Grays

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Wanted – GTX 950 or 1050

Hi…

I’m after a cheap gfx card (will output to 1080p maximum) to put into a basic desktop for the kids to play games, such as Fortnite, at a reasonable performance level.

Edit… I’m now after a low powered graphics card that powers itself from the PCIe slot, so a GTX 950 or 1050 or equivalent?

System is:

CPU: AMD A8-6600k
RAM: 8GB DDR3
BOARD: MSI A78M-E35
PSU: 500W

Thanks for looking.

Location: Liverpool

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For Sale – DDR3 Laptop and Desktop Memory, various sizes

Hi guys
I have several sets of laptop and one set of desktop memory for sale.
Delivery will be by royal mail.
Would prefer PayPal gift, BT is possible as well.

Lot #1
Kingston KTH-X3CL laptop DDR3 16GB (2x8GB) 1.35V PC3-12800 (1600)
Price: 105 £

This was bought for the laptop upgrade that never happened. One stick is sealed and another is open, but never used.
Spec is here:
Kingston HP KTH-X3CL/8G 8GB DDR3L 1600Mhz Non ECC Memory RAM SODIMM
Delivery by RM Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm® (up to 500£ compensation)

Lot #2
Corsair CMSO16GX3M2C1600C11 Value Select laptop DDR3 16GB (2x8GB) 1.35V PC3-12800 (1600)
Fully tested and think it was not used much.
Price: 95 £

Spec is here:
Corsair Memory — 16GB DDR3L SODIMM Memory
Delivery by RM Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm® (up to 500£ compensation)

Lot #3
Samsung M471B5173QH0-YK0 laptop DDR3 8GB (2x4GB) 1.35V (1.5V) PC3L-12800 (1600)
Fully tested
Price: 28 £

Spec is here:
M471B5173QH0-YK0 | SODIMM | Samsung Module | Semiconductor
Delivery by RM Signed For 1st Class (up to 50£ compensation)

Lot #4
Samsung laptop DDR3 8GB (2x4GB) 1.35V (1.5V) PC3L-12800 (1600)
One module is M471B5173QH0-YK0 and another M471B5173CHO-YKO
Fully tested
Price: 28 £
Delivery by RM Signed For 1st Class (up to 50£ compensation)

Lot #5
Desktop DDR3 16GB (4x4GB) PC3-12800U (1600)
Fully tested, was in my desktop. Upgraded to 32GB of RAM and have no use for them no more.
Not sure about the voltage, but all 4 worked fine in HP desktop
Price: 55 £

Two Elpida (EDJ4208EFBG-GN-F) modules, apparently made by Micron
Spec is here:
EDJ4208EFBG-GN-F
and two Hynix (HMT351U6EFR8C) modules.
Spec is here:
HMT351U6EFR8C < PRODUCTS < SK Hynix
Delivery by RM Signed For 1st Class (up to 50£ compensation)

Price and currency: outlined in the post
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PayPal Gift or BT
Location: Manchester
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360 (qhd touchscreen, 512gb HD, 16gb ram)

Selling my 2017 Dell XPS 13

It’s an amazing little machine and I think I will probably regret selling and end up getting another one at some point but needs must and a recent change of circumstances means this is surplus to requirements.

Spec as follows

i7-7500 @ 2.7Ghz
16GB RAM
512GB SSD
QHD Touch Screen (3200 x 1800)

Unfortunately warranty expired Feb 18

It will be sent with an (unapplied) dbrand skin for the lid and also a tomtoo case/sleeve

I’m not currently looking for trades, this is for sale only

Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PPG
Location: cheltenham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Report on Alexa-enabled devices puts spotlight on voice commerce

Will voice commerce catch on? It hasn’t yet, according to a new report by The Information, but experts said that won’t slow the growth of voice computing.

According to the report, which cites two people briefed on Amazon’s internal figures, only about 2% of the people who own Alexa-enabled devices — mainly Amazon’s Echo line of speakers — have made a purchase with their voices so far in 2018. Of the people who did buy something using Alexa voice shopping, about 90% didn’t try it again, the report states.

An Amazon spokesperson disputed the figures presented in The Information, but previous reports also conveyed less-than-stellar numbers when it comes to consumers using smart speaker devices for voice commerce. The Information’s numbers also jibe with a report released last fall by technology consulting firm Activate that found the majority of smart speaker owners use their devices for relatively simple functions like playing music, getting the weather or setting alarms. In fact, shopping wasn’t even on the list of things users said they do with their devices.

Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst at ZK ResearchZeus Kerravala

“I’m not surprised,” said Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst at ZK Research. “I think voice has a lot of potential; I just think there’s a lot of trust issues around it right now. It’s not dissimilar to what happened with online purchasing. A lot of people were cautious with that until they tried it a couple of times and they gained some confidence in it.”

Julie Ask, principal analyst at ForresterJulie Ask

Beyond that, using voice alone to shop is simply not practical, said Julie Ask, principal analyst at Forrester.

“It’s simply too hard [to purchase things via voice only] beyond replenishment of simple goods,” Ask said. “There are easier ways to buy. It’s hard to browse, you can’t see images and you can’t realistically listen to product descriptions — and who would want to.”

She added that although Amazon is number one in market share, retailers are wary of partnering with the company, which could also have played a role in the lackluster figures on shopping via Alexa-enabled devices.

Voice in the enterprise

Given all that, should the enterprise back off from pursuing voice computing? Not at all, said Werner Goertz, research director at Gartner. Just because “mom and pop” are not buying goods through Alexa-enabled devices today doesn’t say much about the value of the voice AI category as a whole — or about  consumer shopping habits going forward. Voice commerce will undoubtedly evolve, he said, and, in any case, people’s current disinclination to use Alexa-enabled devices for shopping shouldn’t dissuade CIOs from investing in voice computing.

Companies are definitely trying to reinvent brand experience and they’re doing that with smart speakers and with multimodal voice interactions as well.
Werner Goertzresearch director, Gartner

Goertz said there will be an organic growth in e-commerce capabilities and usage, with the hospitality industry, restaurants and chain stores already developing proofs of concepts and use cases that incorporate different transactions using voice AI technology.

An example Goertz gave was Amazon partnering with Marriott International to start bringing Amazon Echo smart speakers into hotels as part of the tech giant’s Alexa for Hospitality initiative. Hotel guests will be able to use the Alexa-enabled devices to order room service, call for more towels, order entertainment and more.

“Companies are definitely trying to reinvent brand experience and they’re doing that with smart speakers and with multimodal voice interactions as well,” Goertz said.

By multimodal voice interactions, Goertz means voice assistants with screens, like Amazon’s Echo Show. He said these kinds of devices lend themselves better to functions like voice commerce — and alleviate some of the issues with voice-only shopping raised by Forrester’s Ask.

Gartner analyst Ranjit Atwal agreed that multimodal voice devices using voice, video, chat and screens will eventually allow for more frequent and complex purchases — and a more integrated customer experience — but admits there’s still “a long way to go” for voice commerce.

As Kerravala said, “I think there will be a day when voice is the dominant interface … we just need to take baby steps in getting there.”

What’s the takeaway for CIOs, according to Ask?

“CIOs should use [voice technology] and pilot it, but in scenarios that make sense — easy information retrieval, control, et cetera,” she said. “Don’t stretch it beyond what it does easily.”

For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360 (qhd touchscreen, 512gb HD, 16gb ram)

Selling my 2017 Dell XPS 13

It’s an amazing little machine and I think I will probably regret selling and end up getting another one at some point but needs must and a recent change of circumstances means this is surplus to requirements.

Spec as follows

i7-7500 @ 2.7Ghz
16GB RAM
512GB SSD
QHD Touch Screen (3200 x 1800)

Unfortunately warranty expired Feb 18

It will be sent with an (unapplied) dbrand skin for the lid and also a tomtoo case/sleeve

I’m not currently looking for trades, this is for sale only

Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PPG
Location: cheltenham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Wanted – Cheap GPU

Hi…

I’m after a cheap gfx card (will output to 1080p maximum) to put into a basic desktop for the kids to play games, such as Fortnite, at a reasonable performance level. R9 270 would be a good fit I think….. but anything considered.

System is:

CPU: AMD A8-6600k
RAM: 8GB DDR3
BOARD: MSI A78M-E35
PSU: 500W

Thanks for looking.

Location: Liverpool

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For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360 (qhd touchscreen, 512gb HD, 16gb ram)

Selling my 2017 Dell XPS 13

It’s an amazing little machine and I think I will probably regret selling and end up getting another one at some point but needs must and a recent change of circumstances means this is surplus to requirements.

Spec as follows

i7-7500 @ 2.7Ghz
16GB RAM
512GB SSD
QHD Touch Screen (3200 x 1800)

Unfortunately warranty expired Feb 18

It will be sent with an (unapplied) dbrand skin for the lid and also a tomtoo case/sleeve

I’m not currently looking for trades, this is for sale only

Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PPG
Location: cheltenham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Valid e-mail address

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