ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Mon Nov 27 14:01:08 CST 2006
> Oh come on :-) You know that some of that stuff's pretty rare. On the Acorn
Indeed I do :-)
> front, they built maybe 50 ARM eval kits and a similar number of ACWs for
I am supriesed it was as few as that...
> instance, and known survivors of any of the System range is probably less than
> 20. It's rather hard to find an Atom with the Econet board too (although stock
> Atoms are reasonably common).
Thinking about it, I may have 2 Atoms with Econet. One with the official
Econet board (fitted on the solder side of the main PCB), the other
with a 'System' Exonst eurocard connected to the expansion bus.
> Heck, even Orics / Jupiter ACEs / RML380Zs / Sorcerors aren't *that* common
I am told the Oric disk drives are hard to find....
> these days, although they're probably around if you have money to spare.
> I could go on....
> Valuable? Well anything rare is valuable (as I realise that you well know) :-)
I am not convinced. A Tiger turned up on E-bay recently, and did not sell
for that much money.
> But if you mean in monetary terms, I really couldn't say. There are probably a
> few things there that'd go for a few hundred pounds each on ebay - but
> personally I never think of ebay as a good measure of an item's worth.
> ps. No Domesday system by the way? I could have sworn that you owned one!
No, it's something I've not found yet...
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