The Official Trading Post

Selling a practically new copy of Grand Theft Auto V for Xbox 360 for $40 shipped USPS priority. Also selling a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless adapter for $35 shipped USPS priority. This is the older white adapter with one antenna.

For your consideration, images of the iPad.

Here it is:
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$125 shipped

Or make me an offer. I'm open to interesting trades.

New 3DS owner lookin for some good games. If anyone has any they are willing to trade/sell let me know. I have Pokemon Y at the moment. My interests are the more adult titles: SMT 4 and Monster Hunter etc etc

Tetnis wrote:

New 3DS owner lookin for some good games. If anyone has any they are willing to trade/sell let me know. I have Pokemon Y at the moment. My interests are the more adult titles: SMT 4 and Monster Hunter etc etc

I think I'm going to get rid of Sticker Star. $20 if interested.

EverythingsTentative wrote:
Tetnis wrote:

New 3DS owner lookin for some good games. If anyone has any they are willing to trade/sell let me know. I have Pokemon Y at the moment. My interests are the more adult titles: SMT 4 and Monster Hunter etc etc

I think I'm going to get rid of Sticker Star. $20 if interested.

Never heard of it and it doesn't sound like something I'd like to play. Thanks though.

I'm really lookin for Ocarina of time and the other heavy hitters on the system.

Sticker Star is the newest Paper Mario. Definitely a heavy hitter of the 3DS lineup.

Tetnis wrote:

New 3DS owner lookin for some good games. If anyone has any they are willing to trade/sell let me know. I have Pokemon Y at the moment. My interests are the more adult titles: SMT 4 and Monster Hunter etc etc

Monster Hunter for $20. I'm pretty sure you'd want to get a circle pad attachment, though.

I'm looking for a Kindle E-reader for a low price. I have a nexus 7 but find reading on it is terrible on my eyes.

blackanchor wrote:

I'm looking for a Kindle E-reader for a low price. I have a nexus 7 but find reading on it is terrible on my eyes.

I had a similar challenge and picked up a Kobo mini for $60.

A bit smaller than a kindle, but a nice little device and cheap.

Then again, the base model Kindle is $69 new and remarkably svelte.

Kurrelgyre wrote:

Then again, the base model Kindle is $69 new and remarkably svelte.

This'd be my suggestion.

I got the Kindle Paperwhite. A bit more $125.00 if I recall but that thing is the best "don't piss the wife off with light" reader I've ever had.

Tetnis wrote:

I got the Kindle Paperwhite. A bit more $125.00 if I recall but that thing is the best "don't piss the wife off with light" reader I've ever had.

My wife got one. It's pretty damn slick.

And I am selling one! I am going to sell my Kindle Paperwhite because I bought a Nexus 7 and I don't find it terrible on my eyes so I don't use the Paperwhite.

So 1 Kindle Paperwhite - version with ads ; $95 plus shipping so say a round $100. Not a huge savings over the $119 a new one costs but it is some.

PM me if interested.

Gumbie wrote:

Selling my Alienware X51. The specs are

-i7 3770 3.4ghz
-8GB Memory
-EVGA 670 GTX 2GB
-1TB Seagate hard drive
-Windows 7 Home Edition

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Asking $850.00 shipped and insured USPS priority mail. If anyone has questions or wants to see more pics just let me know.

Price dropped to $850.00

GTA V for PS3.
$30 shipped, still has the zeppelin code.

I know it's a stretch for someone to want it with the later models having come out, but I have a factory unlocked iPhone 5, black, 64GB capacity, for $525, insured and trackable shipping included.

The back has some scuff marks despite being in a case its whole life, but the front is pristine. Comes in its original box with its never-used accessories (earpods with mic, power adapter, Lightning cable) and the plastic protective slips reapplied.

Sold

I just switched to CenturyLink and they're renting me a big fancy crappy modem+router for $7/month, which I totally don't need as my network infrastructure is significantly more robust than what they've sent me. Unfortunately it appears that nobody makes dumb VDSL2 modems anymore, so the only route for me is to try to find an older used modem that I can swap in.

According to my research, the only simple modem that supports VDSL2 is a ZyXel Q100 DSL modem, so does anyone have a Q100 sitting in a drawer somewhere, or know of one for sale for a reasonable price?

Serengeti wrote:

According to my research, the only simple modem that supports VDSL2 is a ZyXel Q100 DSL modem, so does anyone have a Q100 sitting in a drawer somewhere, or know of one for sale for a reasonable price?

Why not get the Actiontec/Qwest Q1000 from Amazon? You can get it for $56 shipped and it got relatively good reviews.

Reference for my information was from this page: http://internethelp.centurylink.com/...

DeThroned wrote:
Serengeti wrote:

According to my research, the only simple modem that supports VDSL2 is a ZyXel Q100 DSL modem, so does anyone have a Q100 sitting in a drawer somewhere, or know of one for sale for a reasonable price?

Why not get the Actiontec/Qwest Q1000 from Amazon? You can get it for $56 shipped and it got relatively good reviews.

Reference for my information was from this page: http://internethelp.centurylink.com/...

Well, I really don't need the router or wifi capabilities. I really just need a reliable dumb modem to plug into my existing network.

I've got a bid in for this one on eBay, I was just hoping I'd be able to get one for even cheaper

That's a biiiiig laptop

Citizen86 wrote:

That's a biiiiig laptop

Yessir it is. Definitely not for the airport lounge jockey (unless they're a guild leader...you gotta do what you gotta do after all).

Selling my multimedia/gaming laptop to put something toward a new PC or next-gen console. Would love this to go to someone on GWJ than deal with the Bay. It is an HP HDX 18t-1200, purchased in 2009. Fast and clean, with a fantastic display and a sexy backlit keyboard. No original box, but manuals/software included. Also throwing in the $100 docking station for it. Asking $500 shipped/insured OBO.

Specs on my custom order:

• Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit) - FREE upgrade to Windows 7!
• Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor P8800 (2.66 GHz, 3 MB L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)
• 4GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm) - For 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 130M
• FREE Upgrade to 500GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive from 320GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive** (see below)
• 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 130M - For DDR3 Memory
• 18.4" diagonal High Definition HP Ultra BrightView Infinity Display (1920x1080p)
• Blu-Ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD+/-R/RW Double Layer
• Webcam + Fingerprint Reader with HP Imprint Finish (Fluid)
• Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-card with Bluetooth** (see below)
• Full Size Backlit Keyboard
• 8 Cell Lithium Ion Battery

**Wireless card stopped working at some point and I replaced it with a new part.
**The HD showed signs of sketchiness recently so I replaced it with a smaller 60GB OCZ-VERTEX2 SSD (HP wanted $300 for the replacement drive alone). I couldn't believe how much faster the SSD made this thing (Win 7 boots completely 15 or so seconds). With Win 7 installed about 25GB remain for games/apps, which while fine for me might need a bump up for others.

Note: During long gaming sessions when the GPU/fan gets cranked, the unit can run hot. There is insufficient tape/shielding on the quick launch buttons' contacts (top of keyboard, below speakers), meaning that the sound and wifi toggles can be very sensitive to the touch and sometimes toggle themselves (more wifi than sound). Good news is that the buttons can be disabled or for confident folks willing to spend 30 minutes or so there is a fairly easy fix (link). Either way, some sort of cooling solution is highly recommended if you'll be doing a lot of gaming.

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I've just received a US-usable-only code for $25 google play credit and a code for $50 samsung app store credit. (Ordered a Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 from overseas, got a bunch of 'bonus' stuff with it)

Being in Australia, it's understandably difficult for me to use these codes. Does anyone want to give me an offer on what they think it's worth?

It's kind of a shot in the dark but does anyone out there have Pokemon cards collecting dust they might want to sell or trade? My oldest has become obsessed with it and I'd like to get him a big chunk of cards to get him started.

LockAndLoad wrote:

It's kind of a shot in the dark but does anyone out there have Pokemon cards collecting dust they might want to sell or trade? My oldest has become obsessed with it and I'd like to get him a big chunk of cards to get him started.

Perhaps. I had a binder full of them at one point. I'll look tonight and see if I still have them.

oldmanscene24 wrote:
LockAndLoad wrote:

It's kind of a shot in the dark but does anyone out there have Pokemon cards collecting dust they might want to sell or trade? My oldest has become obsessed with it and I'd like to get him a big chunk of cards to get him started.

Perhaps. I had a binder full of them at one point. I'll look tonight and see if I still have them.

A binder you say?
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That was my exact thought as well

You can both bite me. My kids had a marginal interest a few years ago, so I thought I would play along. It didn't last long.

LockAndLoad: I did find them, but it was late and I didn't have time to go through them for content. I'll get you the details this weekend. As has been pointed out (;)), I don't have a ton of them, but it might make for a nice starter kit.