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  1. #51
    jgl
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    Free on Carousell, after you wipe it?

    If it's free, someone will want it.


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    You could try these:-

    https://www.apple.com/hk/en/trade-in/

    https://www.fortress.com.hk/en/promotion/ITtradein

    https://www.wastereduction.gov.hk/en...wcc_detail.htm

    You might also see some guys with boards showing mobiles, laptops, tv's etc. You can approach these and sell what you don't want.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiojiri Hiro:
    As a related aside...any suggestions as to what i can do with old IT equipment? It sounds stupid but one of the reasons I dont renew/replace IT stuff is cos i dont know where I can get rid of it 'responsibly' in HK, and I'd like to not just throw stuff away (Though it might help the refuse collector?). I feel guilty enough as it is about my daily use of face masks....


    (ALso applies to my old Ipad, laptops etc..)
    Just find a green station.

    https://www.wastereduction.gov.hk/en.../cgs_intro.htm

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    all solutions that people like involve adding more congestion to wifi and aren't scallable in HK.

    6 months time everyone will be moaning that their mesh wifi is shit because all their neighbours got one too...


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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_servant:
    I use ASUS AiMesh with two AX routers. You probably get the same coverage as 3 AC routers and faster speeds.
    Can you tell me the model of the router please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohits79:
    Can you tell me the model of the router please?
    TUF-AX3000 as the main router and RT-AX3000 as the repeater. My computer is roughly 12 meters from the main router and there are two concrete walls between the two. I get +250MBps download and upload. Much better than before when I had a dual AC router setup.

    When I first set it up the network gave me trouble. It would just disconnect certain devices, but after a week it started to stabilize.

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