Computers & Consumer Electronics Auctions - Networking in Michigan - Live & Online

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Date(s) 6/28/2022 - 7/5/2022
Bidding Notice: Pick-ups every Thursday, Friday & Saturday 12-4pm at our warehouse at 418 Hadley in Holly, MI. Please schedule pick-upvia the text/ email winning bidders recieve after auction close. Items MUST be picked up within 11 days of the auction close.
Auction Notice: Lots begin to close Tuesday, July 5th at 7:30pm.
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Date(s) 6/11/2022 - 7/5/2022
Bidding Notice: BUYER PREMIUM IS 20%! Buyers Premium Discounts for early pay and cash have been cancelled, but remember ALL Items MUST be Picked UP OR PAYED FOR within 14 days of auction date
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Date(s) 7/5/2022 - 7/11/2022
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Date(s) 6/29/2022 - 7/11/2022
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Networking gear, in a nutshell, helps you connect your PC, Mac, laptop, and countless other devices to the internet. They do this wirelessly over Wi-Fi, through a network cable (Ethernet), or both. Starting with devices closest to your computer, an adapter adds wireless or wired networking capability your system didn’t come with, or to add support for higher speeds or replace a broken part. A router connects your computers to a modem for your internet service, whether you connect via fiber optic cable, a cable provided by a TV cable company, satellite dish, or any other type. Popular router manufacturers include Asus, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, and TP-Link to name a few. If you don’t spot the new or used networking device you need in HiBid.com’s auction items, try back later, as new devices come up for sale regularly.