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Posted on 05-25-23 11:14 PM (rev. 3 of 06-12-23 03:26 PM) Link | #101239
I am selling some Technology over at eBay. As the thread's title suggests, it is only open to United States residents due to the hassle of international shipping via USPS (as well as the extra fees eBay may charge for that). I also did not see anything in the rules that state this is not allowed, but if it's not, then please do close this.

Anywho, I am selling various computers and a Nintendo Switch over at eBay. These computers range from 2012-2019, and are the following:

Dell Latitude E6530: Comes with Intel Core i5 3rd Generation Ivy Bridge. Supports XP-11 (2000 is unofficially supported via blackwingcat, although IDT audio does not support 2k). No HDD, and a few defects like a broken right hinge and one of the sliders that helps holds the battery in place fell out. Both are fixable (the slider is included), and the laptop works great otherwise. https://www.ebay.com/itm/385608294124

Dell Inspiron 3847: Comes with Intel Core i3 4th Generation Haswell. Supports 7-10 (11 should work, but I did not test this). Outside of a 1 minute or so buzzing noise on first startup (goes away and does not occur if you restart, only if you shutdown and start it back up. Banging gently on the top of the tower may make it go away, too, otherwise, it will just go away on its own), it works great! https://www.ebay.com/itm/385607767331

Acer Spin 5 SP513-51: Comes with Intel Corei3 6th Generation Skylake. Supports 7-10 (11 not tested). Features a touchscreen and can be folded/tented. https://www.ebay.com/itm/385612566372

Acer Spin 5 SP513-51: Comes with Intel Corei3 6th Generation Skylake. Does not turn on (but holds a charge, charger not included), and the case around the keyboard is cracked severely. https://www.ebay.com/itm/385608324361

Acer Aspire R3-131t: Comes with Intel Celeron N3050: Mainly similar to the Spin 5. Windows 8.1 and 10 work. I've never gotten 7 to install on the 32GB eMMC. https://www.ebay.com/itm/385615595442

Acer Aspire A315-21: Comes with AMD A6 Dual-Core and AMD Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge. Works great! Has a SATA connector in addition to an NVMe/M.2 slot, but I've never gotten that to work. I could just not have the right drive for the slot. Supports 7-11 (Windows Visa works as well, but you will need the Extended Kernel installed before using the modded graphics driver for it). https://www.ebay.com/itm/385607830539

The selling of all this, especially the Nintendo Switch is coinciding with my want of a Steam Deck. This will replace everything, especially the Switch as it can do what a hacked switch can do, and so much more (like run Windows 10 and GameCube and Wii Games via Dolphin more reliably than the Switch Android. I plan on going for the $399 model. It is actually cheaper to buy the 64GB model and a 2TB NVMe than it is to buy the almost $700, 512GB model. I can buy the 64GB model and a 2TB NVMe and pay $600 total, or I can buy the 512GB model and a 2TB NVMe, and pay $840. I think I'll take the $240 in savings and buy the 64GB model and swap the drive out, lol.

EDIT: I apologize for any grammar errors. The keyboard on this Dell Precision 7530 is being wonky, and it does not recognize every other key press if I type fast. Idk what is causing it, as most times, the keyboard is fine, but other times, like now, it's not. Usually, it takes a couple tries of putting it into sleep mode to fix it, although, if it doesn't fix it, it will start off fine, and then the keyboard will start to lag.

EDIT 2: The Nintendo Switch has sold, and the Acer Aspire E1-531 is being retained by me. The others listed here are still for sale.

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