Yes! We're now accepting Bitcoin & Credit Card payments for Bitcoin Antminer U2 products/services that ship to/from Sacramento, California. As a Bitcoin friendly business, we're offering 10% discount on Bitcoin Antminer U2 products/services when paid with Bitcoin. Just email us after paying via Bitcoin and we'll refund you the discount amount. Offer not valid when combined with other promotions.
If you live near NYC instead of Sacramento, California, you can also give us a call to see if we have Bitcoin Antminer U2 products/services in stock before stopping by locally.
We are based in New York City. So if you live near us, you can just do a store pick up.
Currently we're the only place in NYC to sell Bitmain Antminer products. It's a great way to see it in person before purchasing these Bitcoin miners.
- Default hash rate: 2.0 GH/s, over clock by command
- Power consumption: 2.95 W on USB 5V @ 2 G
- Power supply: 5 V DC input
- Size: 60 mm x 25 mm x 15 mm
These guys took old broken Xbox 360 and fixed it for a reasonable price. Fast service and great storefront. I really enjoy dealing with electronics through a drive through style window and they offer a 90 warranty on all work. I did not need to ship my Xbox because I live so close.
I had a broken XBOX and everywhere wanted weeks to repair it, required me to mail it, and cost anywhere from $60-$175. It made me think I had to just buy a new console... but I searched a ilttle more... and found xCubicle right in Manhattan! xCubicle diagnosed the problem right on the spot and took the unit.... they did the repair for $65 and called me when it was complete three days later as originally stated. They even gave me a bag to carry it back as I had walked there to pick it up and didn't think to bring a bag. Excellent (and friendly) customer service, fair price, quick turnaround and high quailty work.
I was in Chinatown with my gf so she could grab some herbal supplies. I was also looking for a microUSB cable for a Rapsberry Pi a work colleague lent me. To my surprise, I couldn't find the right cable anywhere, and when I asked for a microUSB, people would just look at me like I had asked for a rare flexi pressing of a GISM record. In other words; they were just straight up confused cause they didn't know what I was talking about. After some walking (and dumb luck) me and the lady stumbled across xcubicle. It had a sign with the Drupal logo. I knew I came to the right place! Not only did I ask for a microUSB, but the person working inside knew what a Raspberry Pi was and asked if I needed anything else! I was completely surprised and totally psyched that I had gotten my cable. Even more so, since the person knew what I was talking about. Xcubicle rules and is great for greeks!