Welcome to my garage sale. Feel free to look around. Items can be picked up from my house in Delhi NCR (Vasant Kunj) or I could Dunzo the smaller items. Message me on WhatsApp or Twitter if you have questions or want photos/more details. I may be willing to consider trade offers (do you have a monitor arm or an amplifier?).

Xbox Series S (with Series X/S Controller)

I don’t have as much time as I would have liked to play games so I’m letting my Xbox go. It’s in great condition and comes with the original box, HDMI 2.1 cable, power cable and controller.

Amazon: Xbox Series S (33,299)

My price: 25k

Status: 🟢 Available

Xbox One Controller

Mostly the same as Series S controller except no dedicated share button and it uses Micro-USB instead of USB-C. Fully compatible with previous gen Xbox One and current gen Series S and Series X. Also works with Windows and Apple devices for games via Bluetooth or USB. The standard box doesn’t have a Micro-USB cable but I bought one so I’ll include that.

Microsoft site: Xbox Wireless Controller

My price: 3k

Status: 🟢 Available

iPhone 11 (Black, 128GB)

An older iPhone. I always kept it in a case so it’s in near-mint physical condition. Comes in the original box with a USB charging adapter and lightening cable.

Original price: 43,999 on Flipkart

My price: 20k

Status: 🟢 Available

Workstation PC

PC built for productivity, can handle basic gaming as well.

AMD Ryzen 5 3400g with Radeon Vega 11 Graphics

16 GB RAM (2x 8GB Samsung 2666 Mhz)

500GB SSD (Crucial P2 - NVMe PCIe M.2)

1TB HDD (Seagate Barracuda)

Gigabyte B450M S2H V2 motherboard

My price: 32k

Status: 🟢 Available

Apple Homepod (1st Gen)

You can throw a party with just one of these, it sounds really good and gets super loud. It’s a solid smart speaker if you’re mostly in the Apple ecosystem, and especially if you use Apple music.

Flipkart: HomePod (19,900)

My price: 14k

Status: 🟢 Available

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera

Great if you want to get into photography and learn to shoot manual but aren’t sure if you want to invest 50-60k into a new mirrorless camera. In outdoor lighting you can get stunning photos that are still way better than any phone camera. Also has a feature to wirelessly transfer photos to phones, so you can totally post to the ‘gram on the go.

18 MP DSLR Camera

18-55mm Canon Zoom lens

16GB SanDisk Memory card

Charger and carrying case

Amazon: Canon EOS 1300D 18MP Digital SLR Camera

My Price: 18k

Status: 🟢 Available

Wood desk

A large desk that I got custom made because I couldn’t find something big enough for my liking. It has a nice geometric form and served me well, but I’m shifting houses and can’t take it with me.

Original price: 9k from Amar Colony Furniture market

My price: 6k

Status: 🟢 Available


Not sold yet, but someone has expressed interest. If you want one of these reach out and I’ll contact you next if things don’t work out.

Google Chromecast Audio

Do you have an old pair of speakers lying around that still sound good, but it’s just too much hassle to actually use them anymore? Hook up this Chromecast to it with a 3.5mm audio cable and it can now play music over WiFi. (Also supports digital audio but you’ll need to separately buy a Mini Toslink to Toslink cable for that.)

Flipkart: Google Chromecast Audio Media Streaming Device (3,299)

My Price: 500


These items found themselves a new home. Goodbye, old friends!

Kindle Paperwhite (7th Generation)

Kindle with a backlit screen. Great for reading on the go, the e-ink screen feels a lot like paper and the battery lasts forever. Newer kindles have smaller bezels and more lighting options but e-ink display technology hasn’t changed much, so this is still a great Kindle.

Amazon: Kindle Paperwhite (7th gen)

My price: 2500

Status: ❌ Sold

Red Chair

An office chair with a red cushioned base. It served me well for a year of working from home. It’s surprisingly comfortable for the price—I bought it because it was a cool color and actually nicer to sit on than some more expensive models. The wheels aren’t particularly smooth and the back support lever is a bit wonky. But it’s also 2k.

Original price: 4k

My price: 2k

Status: ❌ Sold

Logitech G102 Gaming Mouse

High sensitivity gaming mouse that’s also great for general use. Has customisable RGB lights and two programmable side buttons you can map to any action either globally or per app using the Logitech software. I got a similiar wireless model soon after so it’s in great condition—comes with original box and wasn’t used much.

Amazon: Logitech G102 Light Sync Gaming Mouse with Customizable RGB Lighting (1495)

My price: 1000

Status: ❌ Sold

Asus ROG Gaming PC

Gaming PC that can play most games at good framerates at 1080p. RGB lights for extra gamer power. Power button is a bit loose and needs to be jiggled a little for initial boot but otherwise in good condition.

Intel Core i5-9400F


512GB SSD (M.2 PCIE) + 1TB HDD

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 6GB

Windows 11 Pro (I’ll throw in an Office 365 license key if you want one)

Amazon: ASUS Core i5 (9400F) - this is a lower model with a GTX 1650 4 GB and 256GB SSD, but looks similar

My price: 45k

Status: ❌ Sold

Tenda AC1200 Gigabit WiFi Router

Big bad router that looks like something out of Transformers. Pop this on top of your fridge and you are guaranteed to have WiFi in every corner of your house.

Amazon: Tenda AC10 AC1200 Wireless Smart Dual-Band Gigabit WiFi Router (2498)

My price: 1000

Status: ❌ Sold

Wacom Pen & Touch drawing tablet with stylus

A great entry-level drawing tablet. Can switch between pen mode and a touch mode using a switch on the device - touch mode essentially converts the surface into a giant trackpad with multi-touch gestures like pinch to zoom and swipe.

Amazon: Wacom CTH-490/B0-CX

My price: 2000

Status: ❌ Sold

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro (Android Phone)

Used to be my daily driver till I switched to a new phone. In decent condition because I always used it with a case and screen guard. The screen guard is chipped but the screen is completely intact.

128 GB Storage, 6 GB RAM 

Xiaomi website: Redmi Note 7 Pro Online - Mi India

My Price: 5k

Status: ❌ Sold

LG 25 inch Ultrawide monitor (2560x1080)

LG Monitor with a pixel density of ~110 PPI, which makes it one of the few monitors that can be used perfectly with MacOS at native scaling. Has been my daily driver for about two years, and the colors are good enough to use for design work. Selling it cheap because of some scratches on the screen - not very noticeable unless you’re on a plain white screen. 

IPS Panel, SRGB >99%, AMD Freesync, 60Hz, 5ms response, 2x HDMI, audio out

Amazon: Amazon.in: Buy LG 25-inch (64.5 cm) UltraWide Multitasking Monitor (15,500)

LG India: LG 25UM58 Full HD IPS LED UltraWide Monitor (18,500)

My price: 7,000

Status: ❌ Sold

Miniso Compact mint green wireless keyboard

I just bought this because it looked really cute. Wireless USB receiver connects the keyboard and mouse to any device that supports USB. Both keyboard and mouse run on a single AA cell each.

Miniso site: Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Set (White and Mint Green)

My price: 500

Status: ❌ Sold

HP Envy 14 inch laptop (1080p)

Old laptop, not in great condition. Has three dead pixel bands on the screen. It does have a generous amount of RAM and a graphics card so it’s not a terrible machine if you’re willing to tinker with it.

Intel Core i5 5200U 2.2 GHz




Amazon: HP Envy 14-j007TX 14-inch Laptop (listing has 8GB RAM, my model has 12GB).

My price: 5k

Status: ❌ Sold