What interest in a
richard.smith at mewgull.com
Fri Nov 4 09:10:22 CDT 2016
I'm much less interested in a bidding war that most people would be. The
computer is sitting on my shelf, it isn't being used, it just takes up
space. I'm not a dealer in old computers, I don't rely on any profit to
feed my family. I would prefer that this machine went to someone who
would use it. Shipping to Canada would be CAN$64
I would be far happier to swap it for 80-BUS parts than for cash.
On 04/11/2016 13:12, Norman Jaffe wrote:
> $50 to U.S. would likely be the same for Canada, so I'm still interested... but let's try not to make this into a 'bidding war'.
> From: "Richard" <mole42 at gmail.com>
> To: "cctalk" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
> Sent: Friday, November 4, 2016 4:26:14 AM
> Subject: Re: What interest in a
> Wow! That amount of interest wasn't expected at all.
> I have a best offer so far of £100 (112€ / $124) plus shipping.
> The cheapest shipping to the USA would be $50, into Europe would be 18€
> for the parcel which weighs in at 8kg / 18lb. All at your risk.
> I don't want to put it on ebay, I'd much rather it went to a serious
> user on here but I do want to expand my collection of 80-BUS
> (NASCOM/GEMINI) parts so anything I get for the PrecisionBook would help.
> Let me know if you are still interested.
> On 03/11/2016 14:37, Richard wrote:
>> Hi to everyone,
>> I have a PrecisionBook laptop made by RDI Computer Corporation in
>> Carlsbad, CA. It's a Model #H16-12-8-256L2S with a 4050mAHr battery, a
>> 6.5Gb hard drive with data and a 4.0Gb hard drive with HP-UX 10.2. I
>> also have the charger for it. It works but I have no documentation at
>> Is it of any use to anyone or should I dump it?
>> Bristol, UK
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