Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by Cannula, Jul 23, 2015.
You getting that one andrewbt ?
haha nah. Bit too old for my collection.
Apple iSight camera, in box.. asking $50.
Not a bad price, I paid around that to put mine together from a non-boxed unit and an empty box. Paired with a PBG4.
Can anyone here make use of some Intel Pro 1000GT NICs?
What bus interface? PCI??
Yep, PCI. I think this is the right product pamphlet: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/doc/product-brief/intel-pro-1000-gt-desktop-adapter-datasheet.pdf
goddamn, some legend get em and part the lot out on buy and swap ;D id pay good money for a microbee i mean not at those ebay inflated rates but still lol
I can't believe it's still there.
Ugh, like, I could, as a profit making exercise, but like AndrewBT, they're well before my interest time. I wouldn't even know what to do with them.
could do straight trades or put the rest on buy&swap what era ya after retro wise? I've got a mountain of midi modules, voodoo2s couple v3s 5x banshees lol, 486/p1/2s era stuff
I've sent them a message to see if they actually still exist, they may just be slow taking down the ad.
No good guys...
"Sorry, there have been a few before you. Just waiting to finalise a sale before taking the ad down."
It's all over!
I am setting up a Retronas and am a NIC short for my DOS box. Any good for that?
ah rip, thanks for trying tho. too good to last
There appear to be DOS drivers for them: https://archive.org/details/PRODOS
Worth a go I reckon. If it doesn't work out, I'll be able to dig out an older PCI or ISA NIC for you.
Dell D600 Pentium M laptop for $59pp, this should have a Radeon Mobility 9000 32MB so could be a bit of fun: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/185365020016
The CMOS battery is flat but easy to remove in these (hidden behind a flap in the main battery compartment).
Seller also has a 14" CRT TV from the 80s, an Akai CT-K115 for $65 (pickup only in Gippsland though). Looks to have a composite input: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/185371080174
Another one of those ESS business wavetable cards which are a pretty bodacious ISA sound option: https://www.ebay.com/itm/255486930765
This seller has a bit of interesting stuff, not all priced as well as this card but not too bad.
EDIT: whoops I was looking at US dollars thinking they were AU, actually pretty expensive
I'd say ~$50 posted is pretty good for an ISA wavetable soundcard.
I really like how the Compaq Business Wavetable sounds and setting it up was a breeze - great card!
Yep, love 'em. He'd probably sell it fast at twice the price if he put wavetable in the title.