- New replacement from Apple and never been used
- Comes with Original Charger
- Headphones have never been used
- Original Box
Hello up for sale is an Apple iPhone 4 32GB Black for Verizon with a Clean ESN and can be activated right away. This iPhone is not Unlocked and can only be used with Verizon and is in Great Condition. The front screen is in Perfect Condition and so is the back and the silver bezel. As you see this iPhone comes with everything that you would get when buying from a store which includes a New Apple earphones, USB cable and a wall charger, all the original booklets and a box. Please ask if you have any questions thanks.
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We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is from Scott, who needs some peace of mind with his new laptop, since it doesn’t have a security slot. If you’re looking to ask one of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com.
“I have a Lenovo U410, which doesn’t have a Kensington lock slot. Do you have any suggestions as to how to keep it physically secured? Thanks!”
Well, Scott, while it’s not the greatest situation, there are a few alternatives you might want to try. For example:
- Griffin’s TechSafe connects through the device’s hinge, and should do a job to deter casual thieves.
- There’s also Kensington’s laptop docking station, which also clips around your device’s display — but does require you to drill some holes through your desk.
Of course, that’s just our two cents, now it’s time for you lot out there to chip in with your own suggestions. If you’ve learned the secret to securing Kensington-free laptops, share your knowledge in the comments below.
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Question by : Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi – Will it be launched with Flash, the SD card slot working and 4G LTE? Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi available March 27th for $ 599 Will it come with these upgrades already installed? Or will I have to send it back to Motorola for the 4G LTE upgrade? Is the 4G LTE upgrade even available for wi-fi model? Am I better off waiting till May so they’ll have all the bugs fixed? I’m not keen on the idea of purchasing it and having to send it back for upgrades.
Answer by DSBWifi means no cellular data –> No LTE access.
Flash will be something you download from the market once it’s available, which I think is in a few days.
SD card more than likely won’t be working yet either. The wifi model is already shipping out to stores, so they were boxed early this month.
If you wait till May, you’ll still wind up getting one that’s in a box now. I haven’t heard of any bugs.
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Because a little Star Wars licensing goes a long way for selling products *eying novelty Darth Vader head shaped mouse pad*, here are two new slot-car tracks being released by slot-car manufacturer Scalextric. Ever wanted to recreate the Battle of Endor or Death Star Attack in the f***ing saddest way possible? You’re in luck!
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- Directly import from ANY USB Digital Camera or SD/Micro SD Card (Photo import works on iPhone 4 as well!!!)
- Audio and Video output to TV (so you don’t both the apple camera kit and the tv kit)
- Sync, Charge & Import all at the same time!
- Allows USB keyboard input (so you don’t need to buy an additional one for your iPad)
- 100% Plug & Play!
Supporting iOS4.3 With the iPad Camera Connection Kit, it’s incredibly easy to download photos from your digital camera to your iPad so you can view them on the gorgeous iPad display and share them with family and friends. The piece has multiple connectors, each with a different interface: The Camera Connector features a USB interface. Just plug it into the dock connector port on your iPad, then attach your digital camera or iPhone using a USB cable (not included). iPhone 3G is not supported. Use the SD Card Reader to import photos directly from your camera’s SD card. Connect it to your iPad, then insert your digital camera’s SD card into the slot. After you make the connection, your iPad automatically opens the Photos app, which lets you choose which pictures to import, then organizes the selected photos into albums. When you sync iPad to your PC or Mac, the photos on your iPad are added to your computer’s photo library. iPad and the Camera Connection Kit support standard photo formats, including JPEG and RAW. Certificate: CE,FC Dimension: 65x38x12mm
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Always dreamt of a Apple notebook with built-in WWAN? Looks like today’s your lucky day: a prototype MacBook Pro just surfaced on eBay, replete with a SIM card slot and retractable antenna in tow. Expecting a nonfunctional parts machine off Craigslist, its newfound owner managed to resuscitate the 2007-esque gizmo into booting, but was unfortunately unable to coax any GSM goodness from the thing. According to the seller, regular MacBook Pros from the era contain the same (but unused) solder points for the SIM card as the proto, lending credence to the notion that Cupertino might have seriously considered a 3G variant. Either way, if you’ve got a knack for rare Apple collectibles, or feel the need to ogle and some red-colored innards, hit the source below.
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HP must have thought it could sneak this one by us — and it would have succeeded too, if it wasn’t for those meddling tipsters. A close examination of the recently announced EliteBook 8560w’s press shot reveals it has a CFast slot, an interesting tidbit not mentioned in the release or the spec sheet. This is, to our knowledge, the first notebook to ship with a slot for the updated CompactFlash format, though the lack of cameras and other devices using the medium makes it a somewhat superfluous feature at the moment. Still, with transfer rates significantly faster than current CompactFlash cards and twice that of SDXC cards (with room to grow), we assume its only a matter of time before Nikon and Canon slap these bad boys in a few high-end shooters. Closeup shot after the break.
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The Apple rumors game can be a volatile thing. Just as we’d heard about last minute alterations to the Apple TV before it hit the market, we’ve gotten word from sources that the iPad 2 slated to be announced next Wednesday will be sans a few of the features we’d previously reported. Notably, that SD card slot and higher resolution display won’t make it into the new model (the latter we’d been hearing rumblings about for a little while). What’s the cause of the switch? Well our sources weren’t crystal clear on the exact reasons, but the gist of what was explained to us centered around vague “engineering issues” which may have forced some changes at the eleventh hour. It’s worth noting once again that these sources have been dead right on specific Apple plans and specifications for unannounced products in the past, and we have no reason to believe these changes are due to anything more than legitimate engineering decisions made close to launch.
So what will we see on March 2nd? We’re hearing it’s most likely a thinner, spec-bumped variation of the original iPad with a screen size and resolution identical to the current model. More RAM (512MB) and a more powerful CPU (the A5) are expected as well. It’s also a pretty safe bet the tablet will be sporting at least one camera up front — though if some of those case mockups we’ve seen tell us anything, expect a shooter around back too. It’s also almost guaranteed that we’ll see the next version of iOS (number 5 in all likelihood, along with its SDK for devs), and an expansion of Apple’s cloud services (that part is a little… foggy right now). Of course, that will perfectly set up Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5 in June, which is when iPad owners can likely expect to be using the new software. Regardless, we’ll have the goods come next week, so stay tuned!
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