I am going to try to sell off a bunch of gadgets I have in my closet. This is a general pain in the ass, as the most available market is eBay, which takes forever to sell anything, plus it costs a ton: eBay fees + PayPal fees + shipping (which you can charge for, but the time involved costs a certain amount as well). Craigslist is another alternative, but it's hit and miss. For popular stuff like tickets, TVs and game consoles, it's great. For random gadgets like I have? Not so much.
First up is my XBox 360. I just threw the bundle up onto Craigslist for $1000.
Next is my Mac mini: That's going for $550: 1GB RAM, 80GB HD, Combo Drive, WiFi/Bluetooth, Keyboard, Mouse.
Then there's a bunch of other stuff which is just sitting in my closet, that I have no idea how to price.
2 Apple iSights
Apple Mighty Mouse
512MB iPod Shuffle
iPod in-ear headphones (with unused covers)
Palm Zire 21
Zodiac 2 with 128MB of RAM, Universal Travel Kit, Gaming Grip, Games: Tiger Team, GTS Racing, Spy Hunter, Tony Hawk
Palm WiFi SDIO Card
Creative MuVo 256MB
Jabra Headset BT200
( N-Gage Games: Tomb Raider, FIFA 2004, NCAA 2004, Tiger Woods 2004, Spider-Man, Pandemonium, Super Monkey Ball, Crash Bandicoot, Pathway to Glory )
Nokia 6010 (T-Mo, GoPhone)
Nokia 6620 (ATT locked)
Motorola A845 (ATT)
Motorola V550 (Vodafone)
Motorola i730 (Boost Mobile)
Nokia 6255i (MetroPCS)
Crap... listing all this stuff on eBay is going to be a massive PITA. The world really needs a Used Record Store for Consumer Electronics, you know?