This year Apple finally stop producing the iPod Classic, the only model that had any resemblance to the original model. Well it looks like people are willing to fork out the cash to get their hands on these old models. On eBay a rare version of the iPod classic sold for $90,000 and another one is listed at $180,000.
A new listing has appeared on eBay for one of the largest video game collections I have ever seen! eBay user reel.big.fish has posted the auction that includes over 5700 games (basically everything Nintendo has come out with between 1985 – 2000) and 50 systems including every Nintendo 64 variant.
It seems like we have been talking about NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card a lot lately, mostly because it has been delayed multiple times. Well it looks like an EVGA-branded GeForce GTX Titan Z has been spotted on eBay.
The new Intel Haswell i7-4770K processor has now been listed on eBay and has already sold for $600 which does not include shipping charges. The price doesn’t sound too unreasonable since in the past many other pre-released products that have been auctioned were in high figures.
Google has recently sold their first batch of the very anticipated Google Glass interactive eyewear. Some of the first people to order it are trying to make a lot more off the $1,500 eyewear by selling them on eBay. One eBay listing was all the way up to $81,566 before it was taken down. To discourage people from selling their Glass eyewear Google is threatening to remotely deactivate the the devices.
It looks like someone was lucky enough to get an engineering sample of AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 7990 and decided to put it up for auction on eBay to make a quick buck! The opening bid started at $0.99 and as of writing this post it is at $3,050! The eBay listing says, “You are bidding on the world’s first ‘Malta’ graphics card – engineering sample. Don’t miss your chance to be the first to own the world’s fastest graphics card.”