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FS - Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo 600 Desktop PC £90.00

DylJones Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:49 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
After being out of use for goodness knows how many months I've decided to sell my PC (myself and my wife both use laptops now so it's a bit redundant!).

The PC itself is a tower (as you'll see in the pic) and is quite big.
It's a Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo 600 purchased probably about 5ish years ago and has had some upgrades along the way. It's still a good enough spec PC for most people I'd say (used to play World of Warcraft on it until I quit last year).
It comes with a license for Windows XP Home and all recovery/driver CD's that were in the box.
There's also the original keyboard and a mouse.
NO MONITOR SUPPLIED!! (It did come with a 15" TFT originally but I can't find the power supply for it! Doh!)
The system itself also has black 'trimming' bezels (you'll se in the pic). I've got the black ones on there (although one clip is broken on th one side) but there are also blue and a sort of reddish brown.

Ok, blurb out of the way, this is the stuff you really want to know about:

Pentium 2.4Ghz Processor
1.25GB RAM (2 x 512, 1 x 256)
WD 120GB HDD
DVD-ROM drive
CD-RW Drive (52x)
DL DVD-RW Drive (8x)
Floppy drive (showing it's age!)
Nvidia GeForce4 MX 440 with AGP8X graphics card - 128MB VGA and s-video interface
PCI Firewire card (3 x external, 1 x internal)
PCI analogue modem
PCI USB 2.0 (2 x external)

On-board it has:
4 x USB (2 x front, 2 x back)
2 x serial port
Parallel
15 pin 'joystick' port
PS/2 for keyboard & mouse
Sound (ports on front and back)
Ethernet

I'd rather sell the whole thing in one go but if no reasonable offers are forthcoming I'll consider breaking down to parts and will sell the components individually. Please note that i'll not be considering bids for components until tomorrow, need to give everyone a chance to see it!

Shipping could be expensive as it's quite heavy so collection would be preferred. I live in Newport (S Wales) and work in Bristol.
I'll see if I can rustle up a shipping cost for the whole thing unless anyone can suggest a good cheap delivery solution and give me a guide price?

MODS - This is my first FS post. I think I've done it all right (read the rules fully!) but please let me know if I need to change anything. Thanks!
Shipping/Payment:
Payment accepted by Bank Transfer or Paypal (BT preferred due to PP fees)
DylJones Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:49 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Shipping might not be too expensive if you use Pay Per Drop mate. :)
#2
Thanks for the suggestion!
I've just googled that and while it's cheap it also looks a little unreliable. I guess that decision can be down to the buyer at their own risk.

Rep for the help tho!
#3
Well done on the detailed post. The only thing buyers might want to see would be feedback elsewhere, such as ebay?
#4
emmajk42
Well done on the detailed post. The only thing buyers might want to see would be feedback elsewhere, such as ebay?


Thanks! :-D

My ebay ID is dylan_regen
Currently 108 feedback
#5
DylJones
Thanks for the suggestion!
I've just googled that and while it's cheap it also looks a little unreliable. I guess that decision can be down to the buyer at their own risk.

Rep for the help tho!


No problem :thumbsup:

I wouldn't say they are unreliable, I have used them a lot myself and they have been fine. It's just a DHL contractor basically, they pass on the work to DHL and get commission for it.

The good thing about Pay Per Drop is the weight limit. You could probably send this for something crazy like £7.00 with insurance. Parcelforce might be another option.

Cheers for the rep :)
#6
Am I missing something? I can't find a website for PPD? Any chance of a link please StevieA?
#7
DylJones;1896328
Am I missing something? I can't find a website for PPD? Any chance of a link please StevieA?


Google is your friend!!

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=pay+per+drop
#8
Thanks Gary_rip but unless PPD is now called Interparcel then there does'nt seem to be a direct link to a site. Weird!
#9
DylJones;1896562
Thanks Gary_rip but unless PPD is now called Interparcel then there does'nt seem to be a direct link to a site. Weird!


let you off then :-D
#10
DylJones
Am I missing something? I can't find a website for PPD? Any chance of a link please StevieA?


Here it is mate http://************.co.uk/Payperdrop_W0QQsspagenameZL2222QQtZkm :thumbsup:

Just replace the stars with [url]www.ebay[/url]
#11
no responses anyway but my dad now wants this. thanks for the input anyway!
#12
DylJones
no responses anyway but my dad now wants this. thanks for the input anyway!


Hehe that's always the way! My dad and brother wanted the camera I sold but only after I sold it! The same goes for the PSP but what can you do?

No problem at all. Maybe you can bare Pay Per Drop in mind for the future. If I can send an original xbox with pads and accessories for £6.00 then I am sure you could send a desktop pc! :thumbsup:

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