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Wanted: Xbox 360 Elite package & Shuttle type computer

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I am after the following items... Xbox 360 Elite, it must be... Boxed / In Mint Condition / Have all accessories and manuals as new / In warranty with receipt / And come with... Wireless Adaptor…
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month agoFeedback:313 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
I am after the following items...

Xbox 360 Elite, it must be...

Boxed / In Mint Condition / Have all accessories and manuals as new / In warranty with receipt / And come with... Wireless Adaptor / Play & Charge Kit

Apart from that, im not fussed on what else comes with it in regards to games / accessories etc.

The Shuttle type computer must be...

In good condition / Fully working / decent processor, memory and hdd. (AM2 or C2D preferred but cheaper P4 / AMD processor units will be considered based on price)
Could even settle for an EEE Box or similar (maybe evia an ITX style machine)

Will pay cold hard cash, so please offer away with prices to include delivery.
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month agoFeedback:313 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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banned#1
notexactly a shuttle pc but i have a brand new quad core 4gb RAM gaming desktop for sale interested?
#2
Probably overkill shaazah but hit me with the specs and price.
banned#3
heres the specs:
Quad core Phenom 2.2Ghz
4GB BRANDED DDR2 800Mhz RAM
320GB HDD 7200RPM
512MB Nvidia 8200 DX10.1 ready graphics
INTERNAL WIFI
HD ready graphics, mobo supports hybrid SLI
vista installed
MOBO:ASROCK K10N78FullHD-hSLI R3.0

erm not much else i thinks, but looking for £375 DELIVERED :thumbsup:
#4
Nice price, but like i thought, overkill for me mate. Thanks for offering anyway.
banned#5
righto, if you change your mind you know where i am :thumbsup:
#6
I'd recommend the MSI Wind or a Mac Mini for a shuttle-type PC. :)
#7
got a elite unboxed only comes with power and av and hard drive about 11 months warranty £180
#8
Shuttle ST20G5
AMD Athlon 3800 X2 Processor (2ghz)
2GB ram
250gb hd
dvd writer
ati (standalone) graphics card with dual dvi and i believe 256mb memory (the exact model evades my mind at the moment)

interested?
#9
adamo - got a Samsung NC10 on its way, just need a desktop machine to compliment it.

marke1 - would be looking at a mint condition unit, boxed with everything etc for that kind of money - thanks for offering though.

Badangel - what price are you looking at?
#10
dont really know what is worth now... how much would you offer?
#11
Badangel - it is up to you as the seller to state a price as per forum rules.
#12
If its a small PC you are after you may want to look into the acer L100 or L200. They are tiny little machines.

I have the L100 as a HTPC and its great.
#13
as per the law, i've just informed the OP that i've got something he might possibly want to buy... = invitation to treat

i don't know the rules of the forum off by heart but in this thread i am not a seller... i am merely somebody that is capable to be a seller... if the right offer comes along.

if i started my own thread trying to sell an item, then i would include a starting price... even though the law allows invitation for competitive bids.

back on track... the reason i cant give a price is because i paid about 1350 for the Shuttle XPC when i bought it... and while i know its not worth nearly as much... i have to get an offer in order to negotiate with myself if x-amount of money is worth selling... i really couldn't say a price before hand..

antonis
#14
The rules state that you must give a price. Bidding or just inviting offers is not allowed :)

I doubt the mods, and possibly the OP, will not allow you to try and bend the rules even with your above explination
#15
(6) You MUST specify an asking price in your listing. Every item you list should have a legitimate asking price. Sellers listed price CANNOT be altered once offers have been made. Items already listed must NOT be listed or offered in ANY other active thread.


As it says BadAngel, as you have listed items you are looking to sell, you must state a price as per the forum rules. If you are not prepared to list a price for what you are selling then I cannot be expected to purchase you equipment.

Anyone else got anything they want to sell?
#16
as a matter of fact, that rule only applies to people that create a listing... that would be you.

the rule that applies to me is:
(9) If listing a request a price is not needed, however sellers responding to the request MUST state a price they're willing to accept. Requests for the same items must NOT be made in ANY other active thread. We do NOT permit threads such as “I have £xx.xx in my PayPal account, what can you offer?”. Any such threads will be locked. Buyers and Sellers MUST specifically state what they are selling or looking for.

since this conversation is kinda pointless... let me say that i would be happy if i got £300 for it.
feel free to accept or counter-offer if you will.

thanks,
antonis
#17
sorry about the serious tone and all... just moody today :P
#18
bumpage
[mod]#19
Closed as requested - thanks for the report :)

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