For pickup in Galway City Centre:
DEC monitors (large, as used with VAXstations & DECstations)
6 x VR-299
2 x VR-290-D3
MIPS-based DECstations (and associated cabling):
3 x DECstation 5000/120
1 x DECstation 5000/200
VAXstation 3500 (includes VCB02 framebuffer, ethernet, 280MB disk,
TK70 tape, 16MB RAM) in _large_ _heavy_ enclosure (BA213, aka "S-box").
For picture (front row, left and right - the drawings below show
slightly different configurations, but same overall size):
We're talking two people required to lift this thing.
2 x DEC keyboards (most likely LK401, but might be LK201)
4 x DEC mice (most likely the round hockey-puck VSXXX-AA)
4 x AUI-to-BNC transceivers
1 x AUI-to-RJ45 transceiver.
Contact me if you need more info. This stuff isn't mine, but I'm
just passing it on for the current custodian.
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