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December 13, 2013, 05:16:59 PM
Last edit: December 14, 2013, 08:13:05 PM by ReCat
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I'm looking to sell my old IBM X41 Tablet PC via forum auction. Starting auction price is $95 converted to BTC at the time of selling. Shipping price not included.

Specs:
1024x768 12.1" Display
Wacom Digitizer with approx 40k x 40k resolution and 256 levels of pressure sensitivity. Great for drawing.
Bluetooth With EDR
1.5GHZ Pentium M (Marginally faster than most Intel Atom CPU's)
GMA 900
1.5GB DDR2 RAM
32GB IDE KingSpec SSD. (Approx 80MB/s Read/Write. Very snappy.)
Windows 7 Ultimate (My own OEM license.) W/Photoshop CS2 and other standardsoftware pre-loaded.
OEM slim-cell battery. (Quite old, and extremely small, so it only holds a charge for about 25 minutes.)
OEM Wacom Digitizer pen, It is old, so it has had the case broken a few times. It was repaired with tape.

Optionally, I may also include to you a Ralink-based Mini-PCI Wireless card, which has much better Linux and aircrack support than the default Intel 2200BG.

CONDITION: The computer is in FAIR cosmetic condition. The biometric fingerprint scanner has been damaged, and the keyboard has some keys deformed, the mouse buttons are also rather lose. However the full keyboard module can be replaced for approx $10 off ebay. System and all the ports, however, is fully operational.

PICTURES: (NOTE: VIDEO OF UNIT IN OPERATION IS BELOW)

GENERAL UNIT PHOTOS:





ITS FLAWS:



MODULAR TARGUS UNIVERSAL AC/DC POWER ADAPTER:


(NOTICE: THIS IS A UNIVERSAL ADAPTER, AND SO ALL OTHER END PLUGS WILL BE PROVIDED, BUT NOT PICTURED)

SERIAL NUMBER:


DEMO VIDEO OF WHAT YOU WILL GET AND BOOT UP: (Laptop was folded in tablet mode for the video.)
http://youtu.be/qN3A9vxy5Pw

SHIPPING:
I can ship to US and canada, and the buyer must pay shipping. Shipping to most of the US and canada should always cost less than approx $30.

For price calculation, The package weighs 4 LB 10 OZ, and is shipping from Fort Lauderdale, 33309, Florida, USA

Escrow use REQUIRED.

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TERMS OF TRADE: (YOU MUST AGREE)
You will send the BTC to the escrow, and once he has received it and confirmed that to me, I will ship the package.
BTC MUST be released to me after one of the following events happen. Whichever comes first.
1. The buyer notifies the escrow to release the money. (Soonest)
2. The tracking number of the package has updated to show "Package delivered" and 5 days have passed without hearing from the buyer.
3. 20 days have passed since shipping of the package without hearing from the buyer.

For delivery evidence to escrow, I will record a video of packaging the item, showing the laptop turned on and functioning RIGHT BEFORE sealing the box, and continuing to record handing off the box to the USPS associate, and them giving me the receipt.

YOU MUST AGREE TO THESE TERMS BEFORE BUYING.

Cheers!

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December 13, 2013, 06:31:35 PM
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I forgot to mention. It also includes a targarus universal charger. AC and DC input with interchangeable input and output plugs. AC input is American AC outlet and DC is in car cigarette plug and airplane plug.

Amazon link of the charger http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0001JXAAC/

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December 13, 2013, 07:09:44 PM
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also wait photos of the notebook
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December 13, 2013, 10:20:00 PM
Last edit: December 13, 2013, 10:55:30 PM by ReCat
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Uploading pictures and a video demo right this moment. Edit: Nevermind, I can't upload them until tomorrow.

Just so we all know. Current bid is $95.

Going around for $100? Going once, going twice? Lol, oh wait it's a thread.

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December 14, 2013, 08:15:53 PM
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I have updated the original post to now include pictures of the unit, it's flaws, as well as the modular power adapter that will be included. I have also linked a youtube video showing the unit in operation, as well as boot up time.

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December 15, 2013, 06:08:11 PM
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DO NOTE: This has been put up on ebay. So first buy, first serve.

You can view it on ebay here. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=111239261711

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December 15, 2013, 06:12:04 PM
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$95 is really too much to be asking, considering how beat up it is, and the fact that it is rather old.
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December 15, 2013, 06:15:08 PM
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$95 is really too much to be asking, considering how beat up it is, and the fact that it is rather old.

You're forgetting that the the SSD included starts at $60, though.

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December 15, 2013, 07:39:06 PM
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$95 is really too much to be asking, considering how beat up it is, and the fact that it is rather old.

You're forgetting that the the SSD included starts at $60, though.

Well, I got my 120GB Patriot Pyro SE like a year ago for $70 in a Shell Shocker sale, I wouldn't pay $60 for a 30GB SSD, especially used, more like $30.
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December 15, 2013, 08:27:17 PM
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Thing is, IDE SSD's aren't cheap. There exists no cheap IDE SSD. Yours is almost certainly SATA, which is quite common.

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