Computer, games, technology & other stuff 4 Sale


I do a lot of buying for my clients. I'm right near Staples, Best Buy and such, so I keep up on all the best prices for most of the popular tech gear. So when a client needs a piece of equipment, I can usually get them better prices than they can find and with less effort. If something IS a good buy, I may pick up a couple, holding it for a future client need.

If I don't end up with a client immediately needing it, it ends up here first, for my local customers, at cost. Hey, it was a great deal, why waste it just returning it? What I paid, you get it for. And that's AFTER the rebates and sales! If it can help someone locally, it saves me the hassle of having to ship it out. Otherwise, its on to eBay! :-)

So if you see something you'd like, let me know at Help@Missing-Pieces.com or call (603) 521-8392! I may also be IMing online on AIM as 'MissingPieces4U'!


NOTE:Unless otherwise noted, items are still in their sealed packaging, straight from the store!
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Updated: 6/26/14 !!

Patriots Official NFL Super Bowl XXXVIII Mug/Tee-Shirt! - $50 [still unopened!]
Feb 2, 2004! The Patriots 2nd Super Bowl victory! And now... the perfect season! Go Pats!! (shirt is Large size)
Dell 17" E173FP LCD Flat Panel Monitor - $140$150 [still in box] (regularly $199)
I've used one with my PC & TV card in my PC as the TV/DVD player in my bedroom, with great results! It utilizes a 17" Active Matrix TFT LCD that displays brilliant text and graphics with a maximum resolution up to 1280x1024 pixels. This monitor has wide viewing angles, which allows you to view the screen from various positions without compromising image quality. With a contrast ratio of 450:1, it generates sharp, crisp lines and images, while its fast response time provides superior clarity for moving images.
Dell 19" E198FP LCD Flat Panel Monitor - $200 [still sealed in box] (regularly $249)
Provides up to 1280 x 1024 resolution for excellent clarity and vibrant images. The monitor offers blazing response time of 5ms, with less smearing and ghosting, to give you crisp and clear images. Its 800:1 Contrast Ratio results in excellent color accuracy and uniformity. The display screen can be tilted 4° forward and 21° backward for viewing comfort. Easy display detachment from stand enables the panel to be wall-mounted for enhanced viewing angle. In addition, the built-in power and cable management feature helps to keep the desk clutter-free.
Sony 21" Dual-Input Flat CRT Monitor - $100 (Used)
Its not dual input in that it has 2 different kinds of connections in back. But 2 standard VGA inputs AND a switch on the FRONT to switch back and forth between 2 running computers. Haven't seen one of these for years.

Its not just a consumer model, its made for CAD and design work. So better specs than the non-dual 21"ers out there. But yet a short-throw tube, so its no deeper than most 17" CRTs. Big beautiful, flat Trinitron tube of course, w/.24mm dot pitch and 1600x1280 resolution.
256MB PC2-4200 444mhz Laptop Memory - $20 (used)
Fully tested, working memory. Got an XP notebook, that's running slow with 128/256/512MB? Replace or add this for more speed!
256MB PC2100 DDR 266mhz Laptop Memory - $20 (used)
Fully tested, working memory. Got an XP notebook, that's running slow with 128/256/512MB? Replace or add this for more speed!
Wii SSX Blur Snowboarding Game - $25 For up to 4 players
SSX Blur from Electronic Arts for the Nintendo Wii takes snow boarding games to the next level. Fully utilizing the Nintendo Wii's motion sensing controllers, SSX Blur puts you in the action like no other system can.
Wii Mercury Meltdown Revolution - $25 1 player
Mercury Meltdown Revolution is a puzzle game that challenges players to immerse themselves in a colorful world of sci-fi machines, crazy characters, and bubbling test tubes. Players take control of a liquid mercury blob, guiding it around traps, door switches, spikes, moving floors and other hazardous elements in order to complete the level.
Dell Ultrascan P780 17 Inch Flat Screen Monitor - $50$60 (Used)
In great shape, brilliant picture. My favorite of the 17" CRTs. Flat screen, .24mm dot pitch, short front2back tube. 1600x1200 maximum resolution. (I recommend a max of 1024x768 for a 17" monitor, otherwise Windows text gets too small)
Dell Multiscan D1028L (M770) 17 Inch Monitor - $40$50 (Used)
In great shape, great picture. Great in brightly lit room, .27mm dot pitch. 1280x1024 maximum resolution. (I recommend a max of 1024x768 for a 17" monitor, otherwise Windows text gets too small)
Wii Call of Duty 3 - $30 (Used) 1 player
Through the eyes of four Allied soldiers, Call of Duty 3 delivers the intensity of being closer than ever to the fury of combat during the Normandy Breakout, players assume the roles of four ordinary Allied soldiers—American, British, Canadian and Polish— with direct aiming control via the Wii Remote, detailed character animations and explosive on-screen action, delivering the most immersive and cinematically intense war experience ever.
Wii Offroad Extreme SE - $20 2 players
This is the super-charged turbo driven world of Offroad Extreme where intense, free-roaming, off-road racing takes on a whole new meaning! With multiplayer support you can compete head-to-head against friends using the wireless Wii Remote™ as a steering wheel.
Wii mini Desktop Racing - $20 2 players
Mini Desktop Racing features breakneck racing in the fastest officially licensed Mini game on the Wii. Mini Desktop Racing lets you loose with a crazy selection of officially licensed Minis, each accurately rendered with distinctive performance abilities. Hurl around familiar household environments knocking over trackside objects and causing havoc for your opponents. (no sound on the video, sorry)
Panasonic Panasync S17 17" CRT Monitor - $35$40 (Used)
In great shape, great picture. Upgrade from a small 15" screen. Flat screen, .27mm dot pitch, short front2back tube. 1280x1024 maximum resolution. (I recommend a max of 1024x768 for a 17" monitor, otherwise Windows text gets too small)
Gateway LE500 15-inch Monitor - $20$25 (Used)
In good shape, good picture. Great for small spaces or as second monitor, .22mm dot pitch. 1280x1024 maximum resolution. (I recommend a max of 800x600 for a 15" monitor, otherwise Windows text gets too small)
Wii Super Monkeyball Banana Blitz Game - $50 For up to 4 players
The Largest Monkey Ball Ever: Over 50 mini games and tons of new levels make this one of the largest Monkey Ball adventures to date! Party Games: Scores of party games have been creatively designed to take advantage of the Nintendo Wii remote. Puzzle Levels: A huge number of puzzle levels have been designed for players of all standards. Easy to learn but difficult to master, these puzzle levels bring the classic Super Monkey Ball gameplay to the Nintendo Wii for the first time. Boss Levels: After completing puzzle levels the game heats up with some serious boss battles. Each of the bosses will challenge you to find their weakness to defeat them. Monkey Jump: For the first time in the Super Monkey Ball universe AiAi and his friends will be able to jump using an upward flick motion with the Wii Remote.
Wii Rampage: Total Destruction Game - $30 For up to 4 players
Along with the 3 original monsters from Rampage, players can find, unlock, and play over 20 collectable monsters Includes 10 destructible cities all equipped with free roaming areas, just ripe for mayhem Monsters can walk through the streets, alleys, sidewalks and go between buildings. Pick up and throw various objects such as cars and helicopters to cause damage on either buildings or opponents The Rampage experience is always best when played with a friend - Total Destruction will allow two players to compete or cooperate as they battle through the levels Each monster will have a health bar and a rage meter - As the monster does damage to the environment, his rage meter will gradually increase until it fills up and his super move is unleashed
Epson Stylus R220 Photo/DVD Inkjet Printer - $70 (regularly $99)
Still sealed in its box.Yes, it prints on inkjet printable CDs and DVDs! Photo quality borderless prints as well, with professional quality 5760x1440 dpi and 6 individual photo-color inks. Front and rear USB connections for desktop or passing-by laptop connections! You only have to replace each color as is runs out, rather than all the colors when one goes. A great $aver. Or refill the cartridges with kits from say Walmart to save even more. Great reviews, click on the picture to see Amazon's. Includes inks but no USB printer cable.
Dell 924 All-In-1 Inkjet Printer/Copier/Scanner/Fax - $50 [out of box] (regularly $89)
Does everything you need a printer to do. Even networks well, compared to some printers. Software keeps you aware of ink cartridge status when it prints, so you aren't surprised by 'out of ink'! This one has a nice flatbed, that I prefer for copying/scanning. One of my clients needed stand-alone fax capability though, while this will only do it thru the computer. Found her one, so it was essentially a trade for this one. So she's had it out of the box, but hardly been used. And now you can get the Dell-style cartridges at Staples or refilled real cheap at my buddy's at Island InkJet, over by BJs in Nashua. Includes inks, but no USB printer cable.
Linx 6' USB 2.0 Cable A-B - $10
With USB A & B connectors, great for a printer cable. Don't pay the $20-$30 for the same cable when you get the PC/Printer bundle that - ooo - lacks a cable, here take THIS one! (that's a 'bundle'?)
5' USB 2.0 Cable A-B - $5
With USB A & B connectors, great for a printer cable. Don't pay the $20-$30 for the same cable when you get the PC/Printer bundle that - ooo - lacks a cable, here take THIS one! (that's a 'bundle'?)
Wii 'Wii-mote' Remote Controller - $40
Nintendo's wireless motion-sensing remote control for the Wii gaming console. Really DOES work! You really feel like you're batting, bowling or swinging a sword! Better have space in front of the TV, this is different from any other gaming system. Gets best reception at least 3' back from the TV/sensing bar and about 2'-3' to each side. Works fine from the couch for 'mousing' around the screen. Worked great even for websurfing, with the downloadable browser! Wear your strap! ;-)
Wii Nunchuk Controller - $20
Nintendo's motion-sensing secondary remote control for the Wii gaming console. Really DOES work! You really feel like you're boxing, riding or weilding a shield! Hooks up to the Wii Remote Controller. Better have space in front of the TV, this is different from any other gaming system. Gets best reception at least 3' back from the TV/sensing bar and about 2'-3' to each side.
Sony 1.0GB Micro Vault Retractable Thumb Drive - $20
Need to carry documents & photos with you, to CVS, friends? This one has a retractable USB2.0 connection so it sits in your pocket with no problems. 1GB holds an hour of video, hundreds of photos, thousands of documents.
SanDisk 1.0GB SD Memory Card - $49 (regularly $79)
Keep running out of space for those photos? I use a 1GB card not only for my pictures and videos in my camera, but the same card for pics and downloads on my PDA and for software transfer when I work on someone's computer. All on a 1GB card.
DXG 305V 5-in-1 Camcorder - $99 $129 (had a rebate on this one!)
Digital Camcorder, Camera, MP3 Player, Voice Recorder, WebCam. 3MP digital still camera and MPEG4 video recording. Add the MP3 player and voice recording and this is the all-in-one camera/player for a teenager and cheap enough that a parent doesn't have to worry. Yet its small enough to fit in a pocket and runs on 4 standard AAAs. This is why my daughter inherited mine when I got a more expensive camera this Xmas! She loves it and I miss it! The pool party video to the right was shot all on this camera. (the view here is lower than the actual resolution)
Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66AV w/Monitor - $90$100 (used)
Perfectly running Mac with Microsoft Office, IntelliDraw, Virex antivirus, games and other apps pre-installed.
NetGear 54Mbps 802.11G Wireless Router WGR614NA - $39 (regularly $69)
Double firewall, SmartWizard install and WEP/WPA encryption. If you have a high speed broadband connection to your computer, you can use this to wirelessly connect your other computers as well. It attachs between the cable modem and the computer, so that all the computers can get out to the internet and talk to each other and share things like folders and printers. Nice and small and it comes with a vertical stand, so it stays much more out of the way than most routers.

NOT recommended for Windows 98 systems, even though they say its compatible, I have found it a bear to get working. But great with XP, especially at this price!

This should work with all 802.11G and 802.11B products, although sticking to the same brand generally seems to give the best throughput in my experience. In my home though, I use a Buffalo router and Linksys and Netgear adapters on the computer, so mixing DOES work, as long as you stick with standards like 802.11B/G. Each manufacturer is also offering its own 'faster' 108Mbps routers/adapters (SpeedBoost, RangeMax, Plus G, Super G) BUT they are NON-standard and don't play with each other! They say they will be upgradable when the new standard comes out, but past experience says it never goes too well. 802.11B or G is fine for sharing an internet connection, since you'll barely get that speed to the Internet anyway. Stick with the standards.
NetGear 54Mbps 802.11G Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter WG111 - $29 (regularly $49)
Compact and easy SmartWizard install into any USB 2.0 socket. If you have an 802.11G or B wireless router, you can use this to wirelessly connect to the Internet and your other computers as well. It plugs directly into a USB 2.0 socket or with an included wire, so you can place the slim unit anywhere for better reception.

NOT recommended for Windows 98 systems, even though they say its compatible, I have found it a bear to get working, since most systems that still run Windows 98 also have only USB 1.1 sockets. This really needs USB 2.0.

This is also not the unit to use for connecting a TiVo to your network. That requires certain serial numbers of the WG111.


But it works great with Windows XP and you can't beat the price! $10-$20 less than other adapters. Like the router above, that it works with best, because of the SmartWizard install, it should also work with any other 802.11G or B router out there. I've connected ours to Buffalo, LinkSys, NetGear and SMC routers.
LinkSys Wireless 802.11B Notebook Adapter - $20 [open box]
This card will enable your laptop to connect to a router or cable/DSL modem and then on to the Internet. Works great with any version of Windows and almost any hardware!
75' RG6 Coax cable - $20
I was stunned by how much Home Depot was charging for cables, so when I saw this and the 25' one, I scooped them up.

Most houses are wired with old RG-59 coax cable, which does NOT transmit all the frequencies needed for a cable modem, digital cable or satellite TV. The new RG6 cable does and is recommended to go from the cable tap in your home to your cable modem, even if the rest of the house is still wired with RG-59. When I had my cable modem put in, the cable guy ran new RG6 from the pole for me at no cost. And then from there to where my modem was. My non-digital cable picture got SO much better too! :-)
25' RG6 Coax cable - $10
(see above - ditto!)
12' GE Ultra Prograde S-Video/Audio cable - $15
Sturdier, double-shielded audio/video cable will give you a better picture and sound from a cable box, TiVo, DVD player or video game. Plus, using the S-Video connector rather than the yellow Video connector gives better resolution as well.
LinkSys 54Mbps 802.11G Wireless Router WRT54G - $49 (regularly $69)
The Gold Standard of wireless routers! Nothing works better than a LinkSys, I've found out the hard way. And its the most compatible with everything else. Firewall, one-button SecureEasySetup install makes WEP/WPA2 encryption a snap. Like the NetGear router above, it will connect your wireless equipment and 4 hardwired ports as well.
LinkSys 802.11B USB Adapter - $35
This card will enable your desktop or TiVo to connect to a router or cable/DSL modem and then on to the Internet. Works great with any version of Windows and almost any hardware!
LinkSys 10/100 Etherfast PCI Adapter - $15
This card will enable your desktop to connect to a router or cable/DSL modem and then on to the Internet. Useful if you can't go wireless or want at least one of your computers to be directly connected to a wireless router. Works great with any version of Windows and almost any hardware!
Micro Innovations Wireless Keyboard and Optical Mouse - $25 Used
Very solid, yet light wireless keyboard and optical mouse combo. Nice feel to the keyboard. USB OR PS/2 connectors. Right OR Left-handed!
Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 300 - $50 (regularly $60)
Very solid, yet light wireless keyboard and optical mouse combo. Great media key arrangement. USB OR PS/2 connectors. Right OR Left-handed!
Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 1000 - $53
Great feeling wireless keyboard and optical mouse combo. Useful and nicely arranged media keys. Uses only 1 USB connection for transmitter for both keyboard and mouse. Right OR Left-handed!
6' Category 5 Network Patch Cable - $5 (regularly $10)
Good for connecting your desktop to your router directly or the router to the cable modem.
The Swiveler Heavy Duty Lazy Susan Swivel Table - $10
I use mine for my monitor on my desk. Holds up to _300_ lbs! 12" in diameter. Very smooth rotating, low to the table, so it can't tip even with an off-center load. Great for big heavy monitors or TVs that only rotate a little bit or not at all, or microwaves, large potted plants, speakers, etc.
Bushnell PivotPoint Laser Level - $15 (regularly $25)
Great laser level that projects 3 different mark, dot, line or crosshair for whatever you need. Industrial strength, can be mounted and pivoted on adjustable leveling base for more precision than most. Bright daylight laser and good rubber grip. Comes with carrying case.
Zircon LaserBall 360 Laser Level - $15 (regularly $23)
A spherical rotating laser that projects level or plumb lines on walls, floors, and ceilings. Attaches to walls with non-marring self-adhesive discs. (included!) Also includes batteries! ;-)
Black & Decker Cordless Circular Saw VP600 - $40 (regularly $60)
7.2V 3-3/8 inch 1000rpm compact circular saw comes with 2 VersaPak Batteries, dual charger and 1 blade. Lightweight but sturdy.

More coming!...