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Free to a good home

madswitcher
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Free to a good home

Hi Folks,

I am having a clear out of the loft and have the following items free to a good home as long as you pay the postage which i estimate as being £5 for each item - UK mainland only. 

Probably the best way is to send me a PayPal payment to my personal email which i will give in a reply to the PM.  For the Printer Server you will have to get the relevant software from the HP website.

First come first served

Please research the items before notifying me via a personal message.

Wireless router:: single band (2.5GHz) |D-link model DIR 516.  Unused new used in original box.

HP Printer server JetDirect 175 converts a USB printer interface to an Ethernet device..

Plusc drive caddy for IDE disc drives (not SATA): output is USB 2.0 and comes with power supply, mains cable and a 160MB IDE drive installed.

Cheers

Mike

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madswitcher
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Re: Free to a good home

No takers so far,

I'll wait until Monday and then they can go to the tip if no-one wants them

 

daveplus
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Re: Free to a good home

Or post it on freecycle?

madswitcher
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Re: Free to a good home

Hi Dave

 

done that - no bites there as well.

 

Shame as  I hate to throw working kit away 😞

Champnet
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Re: Free to a good home

Given the technological age of the kit have you considered donating to a Science Museum ?

daveplus
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Re: Free to a good home

I think that OXFAM had/has a scheme to refurb old kit for "third world" countries