Curt @ Atari Museum
curt at atarimuseum.com
Tue Feb 26 16:13:17 CST 2008
I won that Mindset auction - thanks again for the heads up. If
anyone needs anything from that auction, please email me directly, I was
mostly interested in all of the software, manuals, developer stuff, the
keyboard box and the carrying case, I have more then enough Mindset
systems themselves already.
What I truly want to find are schematics and technical documents to
the Mindset's... I'd like to see more details on how the expansion ports
worked on the systems and see if I could make or adapt a network card
and get the Mindset's networked.
Lyle Bickley wrote:
> I just checked this out at Weirdstuff - Two brand new MINDSET systems
> with what looks like every accessory ever made for the critter,
> including O/S, development software, documentation, the original
> boxes, etc.
> See: http://images.weirdstuff.com/full/Bay2.jpg
> Here's information on how to bid (sealed bid auction):
> 1. The auction closes on 2/25/2008 at 6PM.
> 2. The Minimum bid is $26 per lot.
> 3. Winning bidders will be notified on following day by 12:00 PM.
> 4. Material must be paid for and picked up the same week.
> 5. Pickup times are 9:30 AM to 6PM, Monday through Saturday. 11AM-5PM
> on Sunday. If you are not local to the S.F. Bay Area, shipping is
> 6. Lots are sold AS-IS.
> The Lot number for the MINDSETs is: #23
> You can FAX your Bid to: 408-743-5655
> NOTE: I am associated with Weirdstuff only as a client (someone who
> buys stuff from them). I am not a collector of MINDSET gear, but
> after seeing it in the bid sale, I felt that some folks on the list
> would probably find this an interesting lot.
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