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Asus RT-N56U Wireless Router: a/b/g/n (300Mbps). 1x WAN, 4xLAN 10/100/1000 ports. Two USB 2.0 ports
Comes with router, power supply and 1 Ethernet cable. No manual.
This is a pretty solid ‘N’ router, and more than capable for most uses., though I wouldn’t recommend it for households that have more than 6-8 devices on the wireless network at one time. I replaced it because 2 adults + three teenagers and all the associated electronic baggage that comes with them was pushing it. Especially when The Boy was downloading games to his PS4 and I was trying to move files around on the network.
Excellent shape. $60
D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port unmanaged switch 10/100/1000Mbps
Comes with switch and power supply, no manual.
Honestly, I’d still be using this if I weren’t migrating all the network hardware to a rack. This is a desktop model, but there are slots in the back to hang on a wall, or whatever – which is what I did with it.
Good shape. Heavy scratches around the mounting crosses on the bottom because tab A into slot B isn’t one of my specialties (ask my wife),. Otherwise, clean. $40
TRENDnet TEW-650AP 150MBps Wireless-N Access Point
Used, in box
Can be used to add a wireless network to a wired system, or connect a device without a wireless connection to an existing network. You could also use it to create a guest network for people you like, but not that much. I have better hardware, and no friends, so it’s been laying around for a while.
ADATA 32GB mSATA SSD SATA III 6GB/s
Regardless of what the pictures show, this is a half-height card. Will fit on any motherboard that has an mSATA port (in rare cases an adapter may be required, but I’ve never seen that case). Ships in original box.
I ended up getting a 64GB card because I was flutzing with Windows for a bit, but this is plenty for that m-ITX board running Linux. I think you can Raspberry Pi and the like with it too.
D-Link DNS-321 NAS
By default, box and power cable only, no manual. Drives optional See below.
I have not used this, but tested and running with factory default. Tempted to use this as backup storage, but I already have an on-site solution. Perfect for anyone that doesn’t geek out and wants something to back up the stuff on their PC. Also, uDNLA and other stuff for movies and things. Supports RAID-0 and RAID-1 for a bit of extra safety.
$80. Add $50 for one, or $80 for two Western Digital 1TB WD1003FBYX drives.
Shaxon MP155MA128-B Wall-mount Cat5e Patch Panel
Comes with everything but the zip ties. I’ll throw in a handful if you ask nicely.
She’s served me well for years, but I’m consolidating all my networking stuff, and sadly, she’s be come redundant. I’d really like to find a new home where she can continue to fulfill her primary function.
SIIG 2.5″ SATA to USB 2.0 enclosure
Ships with enclosure and one Mini-B to USB-A cable. Drive optional.
Tiny (not much bigger than the HDD). Self-powered from Mini-B USB cable. Originally came with a splitter cable thngy for external power, but I never needed it so who knows where it went. IIRC back in the day, some computer manufacturers didn’t believe in powered USB ports. Because Derp.
$10. Add $30 for one Western Digital 500MB WD5000BEVT drive.
LinkStyle LK-21947 HD-Video Converter
Comes in-box. Converter, power supply, and for some reason an S-Video cable included.
This rad puppy is for taking composite or S-video and turning it into magic HDMIs. Ybr or S-Video input, Gold Plated HDMI out plus a 3.5mm jack for sound if necessary. It’s the perfect tool for plugging in your 1st-gen Nintendo into a digital TV or monitor. It even up-converts your 16-bit graphics to 1080p! (the box implies. Don’t sue me if it doesn’t make Duck Hunt look like The Matrix)
I’m not sure where it came from either, but I figure it’s worth at least $15, because if you need it, you need it, but at the same time, I don’t want it.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tab Desktop Dock
Dock in box.
Don’t make the same mistake I did. This is for a Galaxy Tab, not a Galaxy Tab 2. But if this fits your tablet and you don’t buy it now, they’ll probably charge you more for it at Goodwill.
At some point, someone shelled out $75 for this, and you can have it for a mere $10. Amaze your friends! Confuse your Neighbors! This had to be the awesomest piece of software in 2005. I mean, you can even run IE 6.0 on Linux with this puppy!
(2) 4GB PC3L-128000 SODIMM Hynix HMT351S6EFR8A
(2) 2GB PC3-8500S SODIMM Hynix HMT125S6TFR8C
(2) 2GB DDR3-1600 CL9 240-pin Kingston HyperX (Non ECC) KHX1600C9D3B1K2/4GX
This is a pair (total 4GB) as the part number suggests. Not sure why I have it, as I’ve never opened the box. $20/set