[lug] OT: spring cleaning - Round 1
sullivan at mathcom.com
Mon Aug 29 03:14:46 MDT 2011
I'm interested in the Thinkpad with the extra battery,
assuming the batteries hold a charge and that it's in reasonable
shape. I'm in Boulder.
On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 11:04:20PM -0600, Nick Golder wrote:
> I am a couple of seasons late with whole cleaning/purging exercise. Some of this is for sale and some is free to good home (FTGH).
> Shoot me an email directly if you are interested in any of this or have any questions.
> Popcorn Hour A-110: $100/OBO
> It's described as a 'networked media tank'. Google this thing for more info. It's pretty cool. It's a hackable media appliance that plays a slew of content over HDMI or composite. I haven't found much that it can't play. My digital media consumption has cut down considerably so I haven't found much use for it as of late. Comes with original box, manual, cables, etc.
> I can't throw in a 250GB hard drive for $15 if you are interested.
> Asus EeePC 1000HE - Blue: $175/OBO
> Intel Atom 280, 1GB RAM, 160GB HD (unused), 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, 1.3MP camera, 6 cell Lithium Ion battery, neoprene sleeve
> It's a great little netbook that I ran Debian on. Matte screen, 'chiclet' keyboard, comes with the original box, manual, cables, etc. Includes a 12V aux auto adapter and a bluetooth portable mouse w/ sleeve.
> OLPC XO-1: $150/OBO
> The original XO-1 that was apart of the Give-One-Get-One project by the One Laptop Per Child foundation. Most who are interested in this already know the details.
> IBM Thinkpad T43: $75/OBO each
> Intel Pentium M 1.86GHz, 2GB RAM, 60GB 7200RPM HD, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, finger print reader, modem, DVD+RW
> Includes 2 power bricks and some other stuff (maybe the MS OS CDs if I can find them). No OS on the drives. First buyer gets a the additional CD-ROM slot battery.
> Model: 2686-E7U
> Simtec USB Entropy Key: $40/each
> A USB entropy generator with Linux support. The USB key and the master key envelopes are still sealed and unused. They are an extremely reliable source of entropy.
> Assorted handheld devices: $15
> Palm m515 (stock ROM)
> Palm Tungsten E2 w/ 802.11b (stock ROM)
> Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 w/ 802.11b CF Card (OpenZaurus ROM)
> All necessary cables, misc software, cases, etc.
> Sony R505DSP: $25/OBO
> Upgraded RAM. Includes stock and extended life battery (cracked housing but still functional), docking station, power brick and software. Currently, it has no OS installed.
> Sony GR370: $15/OBO
> Upgraded RAM. Touchpad is spotty. Battery is well past its prime.
> Includes power brick. Currently, it has no OS installed.
> Includes USB Gigafast WF741-UIC, Linksys WPC11, Lucent Orinoco GOLD
> USB PATA external drive carriers: $10/OBO all
> 1 - USB/Firewire 3.5" PATA enclosure
> 1 - USB 2.5" PATA enclosure
> 1 - Adaptec PCCARD/PCMCIA USB 2.0 card
> SamsungYP-MT6: $5/OBO each
> A nice little 1GB MP3/OGG/WMA player. There are two and one has the microphone removed.
> Cisco 675 DSL Modem: FTGH
> Nick Golder
> nrg at nirgo.net
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Steve Sullivan sullivan at mathcom.com
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