For Trade Your Wii U games for my Lenovo 1TB NAS (Pikmin 3, etc.)

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  1. ShardsOfMe

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    Feb 24, 2011
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    Gateshead, United Kingdom
    I am looking to trade my Lenovo EZ Media and Backup Center 1TB NAS drive for Wii U games. Ideally two (or all!) of Game And Wario, New Super Luigi U and Pikmin 3; but I am open to offers.

    (note that I already have the following titles: Batman: Arkham Asylum, Darksiders II, FIFA 13, Nintendo Land, Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed, Tank! Tank! Tank!, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, ZombiU).

    The specs of the Lenovo are:

    • UPnP DLNA server
    • Gigabit Ethernet
    • 1.2GHz dual core CPU for fast operation
    • Personal Cloud
    • media aggregation with Twonky
    • Mac Time Machine compatible
    • three year warranty

    The Lenovo was supplied direct last month as a replacement for my faulty IomegaTV (which is no longer manufactured) so I have no retail packaging, but all documentation is included. The unit retails at £152.32, and can be found online for around £80. It has a three year Lenovo warranty.

    Location: Gateshead, United Kingdom
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