Computers For Sale, 2 Books, and GG Battery pack..
I'm selling 1 old computers at a very cheap price. They are ideal for kids as a learning PC or as a spare one just incase your main one completely craps out.
PC I have available is an old Compaq Deskpro 6000. Here are the specs:
Pentium Pro 200mhz
128mb RAM SIMM
ATI 2mb SVGA card (no 3D chip, its an old one)
Adaptec SCSI PCI card (50pin)
Soundblaster 16 ISA card
56k ISA card
no USB ports
Compaq Deskpro 6000 with Win 98 installation: $30 +s/h
I seriously want to get rid of these.
The other stuff are 2 books and a game gear batterpack by Sega.
THe first book I'm selling is Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean (Sega Saturn) strategy guide by Prima. It's in good/fair condition with no pages missing, it just has some creased edges on the front cover.
The second book might interest some Nintendo fans out there. It's video game guide to the Super Gameboy for the SNES. It's an official Nintendo publication book with the Nintendo Seal of Quality. Its basically like a manual of the Super Gameboy plus it covers basic strategies to the popular gameboy games such as Donkey Kong, Zelda, Tetris, and more. This book is in GREAT condition, no missing pages. It's 72 pages.
The third item I'm selling is the official Game Gear rechargeable battery pack. This item works and charges up. It doesn't come with manual, just the battery pack.
Asking price for the books are $5 each and the battery pack for $9 plus shipping and handling.
I took out that HP Brio PC because I decided to use the case for a future HTPC project.
i dont know why people still have those kind of pcs :smt009 i would just throw them away.... shipping is going to be probably more expensive that the actual price, but thats just what i think, i dont count
Well I don't want to throw them out. I know someone out there will find a good use for them.
My friend found a 600mhz/128mb pc133/27gb/geforce on the street. ;)
I currently use a 500mhz so I wouldn't call the Celeron that useless.
Is the Game Gear battery pack the one that straps on (the entire back of the GG) or the external pack that plugs into DC jack?
It plugs into the DC.
Originally Posted by Kyuusaku