[rescue] Re: used 18GB SCSI drives... fair price?

Robert Novak rnovak at indyramp.com
Mon Jan 13 19:31:16 CST 2003

On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, Patrick Giagnocavo +1.717.201.3366 wrote:

> What is a fair price for a 10K RPM, 18GB SCSI drive these days?

A while back I was selling 1" IBMs with IBM warranty remaining (1+ years)
for $50 to rescue folks, and I got as much as $90 on ebay for them.

Hitech Cafe has a new 1" Hitachi with 3 year warranty for $69. However,
they seem to have only one in stock at that price. 

Might also see if "corpsys" on ebay
(http://www.stores.ebay.com/id=5285098) has anything that fits your needs.
They have a 5 pack of Seagate ST118273LC (half-height SCA) for $100 BIN.
If you can use a 1.6" SCA disk, that may well be your best bet. Even with
shipping it's under $25/drive.

Hope this helps.

Robert Novak, Indyramp Consulting * rnovak at indyramp.com * indyramp.com/~rnovak
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