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[FS] Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP 24" Wide LCD Monitor

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Flava0ne, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. Flava0ne

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    I have a brand new in box OEM Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP 24" Wide Flat Panel LCD Monitor for sale. What I mean by OEM is that it doesn't come with any cables. But you can use your existing monitor cables anyways. This monitor comes with 1× VGA, 2× DVI-D with HDCP, 1× Display Port, 1× HDMI, 1× Component, 1× Composite and 1× S-Video video inputs and 1× USB 2.0 Upstream, 4× USB 2.0 Downstream and a 9-in-2 Media Card Reader. It also has a maximum resolution of 1920×1200 pixels @ 60Hz (bigger than full 1080p HD resolution!), a 110% TrueColor Gamut, a contrast ratio of 3000:1 and a 6 millisecond response time. This monitor retails for $699.00 (not including tax) brand new from Dell. I'm selling it for only $450.00 not including shipping. PM me for a shipping quote. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or if you are interested. As for payment, I accept cash up front, money order and PayPal only.

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    Nice monitor. Little Pricey. Bump:D
  3. mlee49

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    Wow, this montior is top notch!! Truely one of the best.

    Do you have any heatware?
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    I'm not sure what you mean by heatware. Please inform me.
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    Heatware is a site that can track buying and selling for you. Basically it can build credit for selling items or trading online. I suggest opening an account to show some attempt at your creditworthyness.

    People can evaluate you as a seller or buyer for future purchases/sales. Good luck selling on this forum with no way of backing up your seller credit.
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    Price drop from $550.00 to $450.00.

    This item must go because it's taking up way too much space in my house! LOL
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    Awesome price for a truly kick ass monitor. WE have some of these at work that we send to the military and its an awesome specimen for movies and games.
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    Like I said, great stuff just have to find a way to prove people your a credit worty seller.
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    Aw man if I weren't going to be in Argentina for another few months, I would totally snag this!

    Bump.
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    I'm not really sure about Heatware to be honest with you. To me it looks like another StormPay type of site. I don't know if this will help people believe that I'm a creditable person, but here's my eBay profile http://myworld.ebay.ca/buddahm0nk/ nothing but positive feedback.
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    Here's a pic of a piece of paper with my real name and techPowerUp username with the item up for sale.

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    i want it, but im across the pond,
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    Two things just to simplify. The ebay link says you are in Canada, is this true?

    secondly is that then Canadian dollars or US dollar pricing.

    Try to PM an mod (for this subsection) to correctly label the geographic location of the sale as not to confuse buyers.

    Free bump for you!
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    No, that's correct. I'm from Scarborough, ON Canada, but the pricing is in US Dollars. Just to clarify things. Even on eBay, this monitor is going for around $500-$600 USD (not including shipping).

    EDIT: If I don't end up selling this by either tomorrow or the next day on here, then I'm going to have to put it up on eBay where I know I will sell it for sure and maybe for even more than what I'm asking for it. I just hate the eBay and PayPal fees that's involved with selling something on eBay.

    Canada Post Expidited Shipping to anywhere in the USA is about $70.00 USD (including $500 insurance coverage). Just look what the shipping costs are on eBay for this item, rediculous.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Wasnt trying to argue the pricing just trying to simplify and help your sale. Thanks for the responce, good luck.
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    i guess dell doesnt see that there are many other 24" LCDs running around for under $350...
    if you are a fan of dell monitors, the least ive seen for this new monitor is $619 on the interwebz, pick this up while you can, bump.
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    yeah, i see that, ive been to Rota, spain, have you been there?
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    dont think so, it was the US military base there, no ?
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    This item is now up on eBay. So you can close this thread because I'm not selling it on here anymore.

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