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May 27, 2011, 12:06:32 AM

Hey all,

I have a lot of stuff taking up space, like old laptops, MBs, CPUs, ram, PCI and ISA expansion cards, IDE hard drives and what not. Thought I'd test the waters, see if there is any interest in these. I'm not out to make a buck, but I'm also not ready to waste time and money for nothing, so at least the shipping must be properly covered. Hardware is in Portugal, so shipping to Europe for most heavy things should be ~€35, and the small stuff under €10.

I didn't yet find the time to organize, catalog and photograph the stuff, but here's a small sampler to see if there's interest or not:

Working laptop: TOSHIBA Sattellite 1800-504
Celeron 1GHz
Danish keyboard

Has a Windows ME key sticker, but no media. Hard drive will be wiped before sending. Also, I'm not sure I have the charger for it, need to look (I know it works fine because I'm using the charger from another toshiba I'll be selling too). The battery still holds some charge!

Broken laptop: Targa Traveller 826T MT32

This little fellow overheated quite badly when it was in operation. Eventually it died, just like that. No battery on it, no hard drive (once I wipe it it'll go on sale too), but the hd holder and screws do go along. It has the ram (2x512MB) the wifi and bluetooth card, DVD-RW, a screen that was working just fine and should be reusable. No charger on this one.

I have 3 more laptops but not here by me, so I'll probably add these later.

If you want to blindly grab everything I have I'll be happy to come to some agreement with you.

edit: here's some more stuff:

Now this is 2 fdd, 2 cdrom, 1 laptop fdd, 3xMaxtor 40GB hdd, 1 fujitsu 10GB hdd, 1 fujitsu 3.2GB hdd, 3 pci modems, 1 ATI rage 8MB AGP GPU, 1 FX5200 128MB AGP GPU, 1 MB with PIII 667MHz and 64MB RAM.

edit 2: and some more:

2x PCI sound cards, 2x PCI network cards, 1x PCI USB adapter, 2x USB case extensions, 1 PCMCIA network adapter (I'm almost sure this one is broken), 2 DDR 266 (PC2100) 256MB SIMMs (one HP, one PQI), IDE and FDD cables, rs232 to siemens C35 cable.

Everything was working as far as I can remember, unless otherwise stated, but I have no way of knowing if that is still true. I have more stuff, but need to gather it up.
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