Practical question on valuation of old systems
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 16 17:52:46 CST 2006
> I can easily see old computers being sold by such
> aution houses in a few
> (10's of?) years.
No one ever foresees items escalating in price the
way they do, but I can't imagine that many units go
for astronomical prices. Most were made in such large
quantities. And old computers are not subject to
widespread appeal as fine art, baseball cards, or
Still, a few will continue to go up presumably. The
creapy thing is though...you buy a painting or
whatever at auction, and barring any catastrophes, or
theft, you get to enjoy it forever. But when yer mobo
blows...that could be all she wrote :o.
Mortgage rates near 39yr lows.
$420k for $1,399/mo. Calculate new payment!
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