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May 28, 2011, 05:12:10 PM
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Hello I have a Dell M1730 for sale:

Lets start off NO I WONT DO CLEARCOIN on this transaction.

So lets get it out of the way.

I have $5k in to the laptop when I first bought little over a year ago.

I bought a extend COmplete Care repair or Replace warranty.
I do have 2 good trans action on this form and each for over $150
plus I have perfect track record on ebay for selling and doing business. so I have a reference for deals in 2 areas.

I will do this if I can get a 3rd party well known person to mediate the deal I would give them 5 BTC of the deal to spend the time doing it.
i would take 1/2 btc once i give tracking # then I get other half with 24 hours from when you receive the computer. this way there is a record of the deal with someone on this forum who is trusted Like over 700 posts and maybe admin or high end moderator.

the system as follows.

Dell core 2 Duo 2.53ghz
4 gigs ram
128 meg Physx card
wireless n
Bluetooth
2 x 320 gig hdd can raid them but I have them separate one just as storage.
Bluray dvdrw
1920x1200 HD 17: screen

Laptop cost originally $4079

Accessories:
2 power chargers for it $329 cost me
1 laptop cooler Thermalake $58 cost me
1 XPS carrying back pack $149 cost me
4 year warranty Transferable $563 cost me


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June 01, 2011, 05:18:54 AM
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June 01, 2011, 05:53:29 AM
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you refuse clearcoin... why?
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June 01, 2011, 07:33:31 AM
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For my investment I not willing to take that chance on such a high priced item I have NO security I get anything out of selling with clearcoin so for high priced items like the laptop I will request other ways to pay or do transaction or face to face pickup.
My personal laptop not just a product im selling. I have over $5k invested so im not willing to ship out to anyone who has no real rep here and use a joke escrow service that does not protect me other then knowing you dont get your btc back but i lose my ass. if the person I deal with is not honest.
Since 90% people out there are afraid to share their personal info then this shows me they are not trust worthy.

I would trust a member with rep and transactions that have hundreds vers less then 300.
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June 01, 2011, 03:33:59 PM
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Dang... I would almost bite on this if it were at 15" screen.  17" is just too big.

What's the weight on this beast?

As a side note, I agree about Clear Coin to an extent.  They really need to fix they way they handle failed transactions and offer an arbitration service for a small fee.

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June 01, 2011, 04:46:16 PM
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I agree so that I would be protected on my items i sell, other wise not insentive other then I will ask more for my item if Im taking 100% risk
but the laptop about 8.8lbs give or take a few oz .
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June 01, 2011, 06:54:45 PM
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This is why you don't buy 4,000$ dollar computers. That laptop is worth half of that...at most.

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June 01, 2011, 10:30:10 PM
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the laptop is worth in the $500 or less range now, i can go to my local bestbuy and pick up a more powerful laptop for 600 after tax
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June 02, 2011, 02:05:36 AM
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LOL ya you said BEST BUY lol and better for less someone is smoking crack.
whats the warranty like and I get you graphics card is intergrated and NOT upgradeable. LOL unless they carry sager/xps/alienware I would talk
Just make you look Noobish.

Asus gamers republic G73 laptop Only one i would even consider a almost match with 5970m card. other wise everything else might as well be made by gateway or some thing lol
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