Windows 7 Professional 64-bit - $100
OEM copy of Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. Retails for $140. Wiped out from my media center, so the product key is legitimate. $100 is a really good deal as Win7 is rarely discounted.
40" Samsung LN40A550 1080p LCD HDTV - $400 Sold!
I've had this TV for 3-4 years, purchased new from Best Buy for $1100. For over the past 2 years It's been turned on only once every month or two, it's in flawless physical condition, and has no dead pixels. It's a beautiful panel and a really good mid-range size. In addition to the TV, I'm including a wall mount (already installed), an HDMI cable if you need it, and the original remote.
These are going for $600 or more used on Amazon, not including shipping, a wall mount, or cable.
- Glossy black media center case (looks like an A/V receiver)
- Media center remote & USB receiver
- Gyration mouse (a mouse you wave around in the air to control the pointer, i.e. you can mouse from your couch or bed without needing a surface to put it on)
- Wireless keyboard
- Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.00 GHz
- Asus P5N-EM HDMI MicroATX Motherboard
- 1TB Western Digital HDD
- Multifunction card reader (SD, CF, etc)
- Trendnet Wireless N WiFi adapter
- ATI Radeon HD 5450 w/ 512MB On-board memory. VGA, DVI, and HDMI out.
- Hauppage WinTV-HVR-1800
- DVD R/W with Lightscribe
Mild annoyance: When booting, you have to hit F1 to bypass an erroneous BIOS warning message. Otherwise, this machine is in great shape, and plenty fast for a media file server, Netflix machine, etc. I used it primarily for watching Hulu and Netflix on a TV and backing up files from another machine.
- 640GB 7200rpm SATA Western Digital (2 available) - $30 each
- 320GB 7200rpm SATA Western Digital - $20
- 320GB 7200rpm SATA Seagate - $20
- 36.7GB 10000rpm SATA Western Digital Raptor (2 available) - $15