Appliances, furniture and soundproof meeting rooms: What Twitter intends to sell?

January 16, 2023  18:10

Twitter is selling a variety of equipment: office furniture, kitchen appliances, and even soundproof and special meeting rooms. All of these items were previously used at the San Francisco headquarters, now they are trying to be auctioned off as surplus items.

According to experts, the sale of these items does not indicate the imminent closure of the company's headquarters in San Francisco. Elon Musk personally promised not to move it to Texas. Simply, after the mass reduction of employees in the offices and warehouses of the company were left a lot of things, which are no longer used, but also occupy a lot of space.

The auction will start on January 17 and end the next day.

What products is Twitter trying to sell?

Twitter recently updated the auction list with new items. Most of them are listed in quantities ranging from a few dozen to hundreds of items. What's more, many lots have no description at all, or it's written that it's up to the buyer to figure out what the equipment is, then disassemble it and take it out of the company's headquarters.


Most lots start at $25.

Lots include office furniture, including different models of chairs, tables, lounge chairs, cabinets, and presentation boards.



Interior and décor items are also available, including installations with the company logo.


There's also plenty of equipment in the lot, including several working Apple 27" iMacs, two Epiphan Video Pearl recording and streaming devices, a Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800 IP Conference phone, a Samsung UN65J6300 65" 1080p Smart LED TV, a Belkin Thunder TV: Dock, Logi MX Keys Mac keyboard, MX Master three mice and other items.

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There are also soundproof meeting rooms with video conferencing capabilities, as well as soundproof phone booths for one person.


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A complete list of items for sale can be found on the auction website.

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