Introduction - Terry Stewart (tezza)
Mike van Bokhoven
mike at fenz.net
Wed Oct 20 17:30:19 CDT 2010
On Thu, 21 Oct 2010 10:43:57 +1300, "Terry Stewart"
<terry at webweavers.co.nz>
> Thanks for the welcome. I'm in Palmerston North. I once came across a
> Zealand website supporting the SC3000H, probably yours, yes?
Nope, the site's not mine - I'm completely unfamiliar with the Sega line of
home computers, though I am pretty familiar with the game console lines. I
used to have a fairly comprehensive collection of Sega games and consoles,
all gone now. Well, I still have a Genesis CDX and a Genesis Nomad and
games for them, but even those have to go.
The SC3000 is practically identical to the SC1000 game console, but that
doesn't help me much; it was one system I never owned. One main reason I'm
wanting to get the 3000 sorted out is that it's in such fantastic condition
otherwise; has its original box, is pretty much flawless cosmetically, has
lots of accessories. I don't want to sell it not working because it's
likely it won't be of much value to anyone that way, so may not be cared
for well. If I fix it, I think it's likely to be treated a lot better. I'm
really quite keen on helping preserve this stuff for the future, even if I
no longer feel I can do that by providing much storage space for it!
> Have you subscribed to the forums at
> http://www.classic-computers.org.nz/forums/index.php ? It gets a little
> bit of activity these days and is a great way to network with others
> in this old iron who live within affordable shipping distances! (-:
No, I haven't - I really should. I often find the politics/bitchiness that
goes on in forums to be a bit off-putting though. For some reason, I don't
find it bothers me nearly as much on mailing lists. I should join anyway,
even if I only lurk!
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