2013 Clean Out the Cupboards Mobile Tech Sale

UPDATE: Sale is over, thanks everyone! I decided to keep the BlackBerry PlayBook. I did write a book about it and since I bought one three times I obviously like it. I may have a sale later in the year as I accumulate more gear and it starts to collect dust.

I purchase mobile gear to evaluate when I can’t get temporary evaluation units or I like a product so much that I go out and buy it after testing. Thus, I end up with lots of things that I sell or give away. I currently have way too much gear in my cabinets and drawers and since I want to pick up the upcoming new Nokia Lumia 925 and just bought an HTC One, I have the items listed below for sale.

I checked ebay and made sure that all of my prices are below the lowest typical selling price so I am trying to get this gear into a new home without making any profit. I am actually losing hundreds on devices like the Lumia 920 and Galaxy Note II, but I understand the market and just need to move these items out of my hands. My loss is your win.

All of this gear is in mint, like-new condition (I take extremely good care of my gear), with the exception of the Lumia 900, Lumia 710, and HTC Radar 4G. These items all work just fine, but there are some fine usage scratches on the casing material since these were used by my wife and oldest daughter for a bit. If you look, they are cheap though too. Some photos are found below the list.

I have the original boxes for everything, but there are not cables and A/C adapters for all the phones. If there is no cable, it is a product that charges via typical microUSB so you may have these cables lying around already.

Shipping is included for all items within the US. Email me to discuss other countries as that may be a possibility.

I prefer PayPal so contact me at palmsoloATgmailDOTcom to discuss any you are interested in. As you can see for some I am really just asking for shipping and the hassle to ship the item with no real reimbursement.

  • Nokia BH-905i Bluetooth headphones: This is a pretty amazing pair of headphones that comes with a nice carrying case, charger, and adapters. I am more of an earbuds fan so am clearing these out of my inventory. Price is $75
  • Nokia Lumia 900: This is the white Nokia Lumia 900 that launched on AT&T. It has been SIM unlocked and is upgraded to Windows Phone 7.8. Price is $85.
  • Nokia Lumia 710: This is a low price T-Mobile Windows Phone. It comes with black and cyan back covers. Price is $30.
  • HTC Radar 4G: Another low priced T-Mobile Windows Phone. It has a metal body and a few body scratches. Price is $30.
  • Nokia Lumia 920: (LOTS of pending interest) Another of my high end devices in perfect condition. This is the red Lumia 920 that was launched on AT&T, but I have it SIM unlocked so you can use it with T-Mobile or around the world. I am including a black shell cover that I have to make it a bit less slick in the hand. It comes with a Nokia A/C adapter. Price is $250.
  • Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch: This was one of my first touchscreen eInk devices and it is awesome. Unlike many others, it has physical side buttons to help you turn pages. Another questionable devices to get rid of, but I have too many. Selling for $30.
  • T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note II: This one is tough to let go and I awarded it my top pick a couple of times over the past several months. It is in MINT condition and comes with the mint green and orange Samsung flip covers, a case that props it up for movie viewing, and an Android Central Lloyd cover. There are unused headphones and all cables with this bad boy. I am willing to part with it for just $375 (I paid more than $700 for it in October).
  • Beats Pill speaker: I picked up this black Beats Pill for $199 and planned to use it more in the office. I found I don’t really listen to music at the office so need to sell it. It comes in the original box with everything, including the case. Price is just $125.
  • Jawbone Jambox: This is one of my favorite portable speakers, but I bought two Nokia Play 360s and use them at home instead. This is a mint black small Jambox and comes with everything in the original box. Price is $75.
  • Samsung Allshare Cast Wireless Hub: If you own a Samsung smartphone or tablet then this is one slick accessory that I paid $100 for. You can use it to watch movies on your TV or view photos/videos you captured from your phone to your TV. It’s great to take along to the grandparents and even includes an HDMI cable. As I get rid of my Note II, I don’t need it so am selling it for half that. Price is just $50.
  • Kobo eReader Touch: This is one of my favorite all-time eInk devices, but I have now gone all in with the Kindle. You can read ebooks from Kobo or any other EPUB format as it is an open platform device. The store has most of the same books as Amazon and the eReader has one of the best in-hand experiences ever. Price is just $25.

If you are interested in any of these items, please email me at palmsoloATgmailDOTcom to discuss. I’ll try to keep this post updated with the sale status.

 

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