I have the following items I want to get rid of:
A) 1 real stonker of an ATX case - full tower with external access for 5 5.25"
devices and internal space for 3 or 4 (can't remember) 3.5" devices and a
separate space for a 3.5"" floppy. It has a SCSI hard disk changer caddy and
comes with whatever number of trays I have for that (somewhere between 1 &
3). This is a great box for somebody who wants to play around with hardware
as it's so spacious. I'll swap that for a small tower or slimline desktop
B) 1 Epson Stylus Color 440 inkjet printer. This printer prints fine but has
problems feeding paper. I'm pretty sure it's a roller issue and I think a
mechanically adept person would be able to sort it out. It's free to the
first person who'll come and collect it. Might also be of interest to
somebody who already has the same printer and would like a spare parts
repository (and its ink cartridges are both nearly full).
C) DrayTek miniVigor 128 USB ISDN TA - new in box, still shrink wrapped. I
think this works with Linux, but I'm really not sure.
D) External SCSI ZIP drive (100 M) with the lightweight multi range PSU.
E) A selection of SCSI cables as follows:
1 Male - Male 68 pin ribbon app. 60 cm
1 Male - Female 68 pin ribbon app. 60 cm
1 68 pin - 68 pin external cable - 2m
3 68 pin - 50 pin SCSI II external cable - 2m
The cables are all good quality Compaq supplied cables and have never been
F) Compaq DLT 20/40 tape drive
G) Intel Net Port Express Pro / 100 print server - this has a 100Mbit RJ-45
network port and two parallel ports & one serial port for printers.
H) Intel Net Port Express XL print server - this has 10 Mbit RJ-45 and coax.
network ports and two parallel ports & one serial port for printers. I have
no P.S.U. for this device.
I) Yasu Y60 amplified speaker system, Magnetically Shielded, 60W P.M.P.O.,
power lamp, ON/OFF switch, volume control, 220v A.C. power (integrated
transformer, not in plug) - a steal at ¤5 a pair.
I'm open to offers on all of the above.
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