[SunRescue] free stuff!!! (southern california)
jeisch at boku.net
Wed May 17 07:09:47 CDT 2000
I'd like the switch, so I don't have to keep on buying monitors when
someone gives me a computer. I don't have the money for them. anyway,
what's it worth? I'll see if I can find the money.
James Lockwood wrote:
> Just in case anyone in the L.A. area is interested:
> * * * FREE * * *
> Partially working GDM-20D10 monitor, picture is visible but garbled
> Fully functional Zenith 20" grayscale, 1280x1024x76Hz
> Fully functional IBM 5081/19 monitors, 19" trinitron, 1280x1024 @ 60Hz or
> 1152x900 @ 66Hz, sync on green (qty 3).
> Almost free:
> Sun GDM-1662B premium trinitrons (16", 1152x900 @ 76Hz) terrific picture
> (qty 2).
> SparcStation ELC, 64MB RAM, clear and bright (best one I've ever seen)
> 2GB and 3GB Seagate Elite differential hard drives (5.25" FH).
> Exide 2000VA true sinewave UPS, almost new batteries, "quirky".
> Nudata 8-port Sun console switch, 13W3 and keyboard ports. Fully
> automatic, keyboard activated, no loss in picture quality. Will consider
> any and all offers, especially trades for telnettable terminal servers.
> Got to clean up and prepare for the move to the bay area in a few months.
> I really don't want to ship any of this (except the switch and the
> Mail me off-list.
> BTW, anyone know any calculator collectors? I'm on the lookout for a
> Natsemi/Novus "Mathematician", circa 1976 (red LEDs, 9V). Lost mine years
> ago and I've been wanting another since.
> Rescue maillist - Rescue at sunhelp.org
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