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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2005 7:50 am 
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They are both made by Ambicom and were never used.
I believe $40 shipped is a fair price


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2005 10:48 am 
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No offense but I can get the faster Linksys 802.11a AP + Card for that price off eBay.

$30

Perhaps if you sell them seperately you'd make a little more loot on it.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2005 10:59 am 
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of course you can. you can also buy a 802.11b set for $50 or more. and none of these include shipping


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2005 11:16 am 
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I wouldn't say that.

Here's one that went for $24.50 shipped:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 11237&rd=1

Here's another that went for $28.05 shipped:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 98978&rd=1

This one has got 2 cards included for $30 shipped:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 29126&rd=1


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ITs a good thing this is an appraisal folder and not a sale folder, because most forum that allow selling call that kind of posting a "thread crap" :P


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If you want heavily used products with burned lights and bent cards, your ebay referrals are fine.

If you want something in mint condition, you have to pay what its worth. you get what you pay for


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IamDeMan wrote:
ITs a good thing this is an appraisal folder and not a sale folder, because most forum that allow selling call that kind of posting a "thread crap" :P


Most of the time thread crapping is exactly what it sounds like


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jamevay wrote:
If you want heavily used products with burned lights and bent cards, your ebay referrals are fine.

If you want something in mint condition, you have to pay what its worth. you get what you pay for



The Linksys 802.11a AP & NIC I snagged off eBay a few months ago was in mint condition, no burned out lights nor heavily used.


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Flytrap7 wrote:
jamevay wrote:
If you want heavily used products with burned lights and bent cards, your ebay referrals are fine.

If you want something in mint condition, you have to pay what its worth. you get what you pay for



The Linksys 802.11a AP & NIC I snagged off eBay a few months ago was in mint condition, no burned out lights nor heavily used.


thats an 802.11a right ?


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jamevay wrote:
thats an 802.11a right ?


Hang on a sec, lemme check.....

Flytrap7 wrote:
The Linksys 802.11a AP & NIC I snagged off eBay a few months ago was in mint condition, no burned out lights nor heavily used.


Yep, sure looks like 802.11a to me.


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Flytrap7 wrote:
jamevay wrote:
thats an 802.11a right ?


Hang on a sec, lemme check.....

Flytrap7 wrote:
The Linksys 802.11a AP & NIC I snagged off eBay a few months ago was in mint condition, no burned out lights nor heavily used.


Yep, sure looks like 802.11a to me.


Exactly...


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2005 12:44 pm 
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jamevay wrote:
Exactly...


Maybe it's me but you seem to have difficulty grasping your own point.

First off, you post in the appraisal table where we appraise your hardware, and seemed pissed that I lowballed your equipment, so you call me on it.

So I then back my estimations up with completed fleaBay auctions of similar package deals (ie, AP + WiFi Card), so you then counter that by saying the equipment on ebay is shit and heavily used up.

So then I back my use of ebay up with the fact that I have previously bought WiFi equipment off eBay and it wasn't beaten to shit or heavily used. And you seem to think that is makes a difference whether it's 802.11a equipment or 802.11b equipment?

So by your logic (ie- "Exactly") all 802.11b equipment on ebay is utter shit and all 802.11a equipment on ebay is in perfect near mint condition. You may want to have your head examined.


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should i go to the same place you do for head examination? or do you get that done on ebay as well?


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Are you mad I lowballed your WiFi equipment and backed up my estimates or something?


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Just because something smililar was sold on ebay for a price doesn't mean its the product's face value. You need to understand eBay is an auction site. price for same product varies in difrerent auctions in same day. If all you need to appraise something was an auction site, no one would need somebody else's help for appraisals. and appraisal firms would be out of business. even this forum would have been pointless. You need to stop thinking you are all knowing god. and if you consider ebay your god here is an AP and PC Card for $40 shipped on EBAY


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jamevay wrote:
Just because something smililar was sold on ebay for a price doesn't mean its the product's face value.


Of course. I also factored in that it's a brand that I'd never heard of nor seen at any retail stores in my area.

jamevay wrote:
You need to understand eBay is an auction site. price for same product varies in difrerent auctions in same day. If all you need to appraise something was an auction site, no one would need somebody else's help for appraisals. and appraisal firms would be out of business. even this forum would have been pointless.


However the reason they vary has many factors. For instance there could be no pictures of the actual item, or perhaps the seller decided to sell the item "as-is" that's a great way to kill an auction. The Seller might be using a reserve price or set the initial bid too high.

I don't know how long you've been on eBay or if ever, however because many appraisal firms were using eBays completed auctions as a point of reference eBay (and I also believe Yahoo did the same) made it mandatory to register an eBay account in order to search through completed auctions.

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You need to stop thinking you are all knowing god.


I never said I was, and if you're not going to discuss this in a civil manner don't expect a reply next time.

jamevay wrote:
and if you consider ebay your god here is an AP and PC Card for $40 shipped on EBAY


If you're unhappy with the references for my previous estimations I can use Yahoo, Pricegrabber, Streetprices, or Pricewatch instead. Also if you want other people to take your posts seriously, cut back on the religious sarcasim.


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or my personal favorite froogle http://www.google.com/froogle?hl=en&tab=wf&q=


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