iBook, PC Laptops, Peripherals

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by ColdZero, Oct 30, 2004.

  1. ColdZero macrumors regular

    Aug 22, 2002
    I know its a mac forum, but maybe the PCs will sell also:

    IBM ThinkPad X22 + Docking Station + Extras
    IBM ThinkPad 240 + 2 Extra Batteries
    Apple iBook
    Athlon 64 3700+
    Chaintech SK8T800
    HP Photosmart 850
    Ultra X-Connect Power Supply
    Palm Tungsten T + 256MB SD Card

    IBM ThinkPad X22 + Docking Station + Extras : $650 Pics
    Pentium III M 800MHz
    384MB RAM
    20GB HD
    Built in 56K modem and 10/100 NIC
    Built in CF reader
    1 PCMCIA Slot
    2 USB ports

    Targus Laptop Bag
    Netgear 802.11g PCMCIA Card
    Docking Station (DVD, Floppy, Speakers, Extra Ports)

    Also includes a license for Windows 2000 Pro (If that matters to anybody)
    The screen is perfect, no scratches and it is still bright, I'm getting about a max of 3 hours off the battery.
    The dimensions of the laptop are: 11"x8"x1.1"
    I'm asking for $650 for the whole deal. I'll pay shipping.

    IBM Thinkpad 240 + 2 Extra Batteries : $200 Pics
    Celeron 400MHz
    6GB HD
    192MB RAM
    10.1" LCD
    External Floppy
    Built in 56K Modem
    1 PCMCIA Slot
    1 USB Port
    1 Extra standard Battery
    1 Extra Extended Battery
    THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE A POWER ADAPTER, however you can get them off of ebay for 9-20 bucks. Any IBM A, T, R, 600, 500, 700, 240, 1200 or 1300 series adapter will work, they're all the same.
    The laptop is in new condition as the box was only opened in August (it was in a closet and forgotten about) I do not have the box or any documentation that came with it. My word doesn't really mean much, but I promise you it is in new condition.

    Apple iBook : $650 Pics
    G3 800MHz
    384MB RAM
    30GB HD
    Airport Wireless
    12.1" Screen

    Athlon 64 3700+ : $450 Pics
    Sealed and never used
    Retail Athlon 64 3700+
    Socket 754

    Chaintech SK8T800 : $60 Pics
    New and never used
    Socket 754
    5.1 Audio
    USB 2.0

    HP Photosmart 850 : $150 Pics
    36Bit Color
    Uses SD Cards (16MB Included)
    LCD Viewvinder (Not the LCD Screen, but the eyepiece, so you see what the camera sees)
    2" LCD For review
    Captures Video
    8x Optical 7x Digital Zoom
    Full Specs from HP

    Ultra X-Connect Power Supply : $90 Pics
    I don't have this until Monday, so I won't accept payment until I do have it in my hands
    Ultra Products Site

    Palm Tungsten T + 256MB SD Card : $130 Pics
    Palm Tungsten T
    256MB SD Memory Card

    Specs of this model of Tungsten:

    320x320 display x 65K colors
    4MB Flash, 16MB SDRAM
    Palm OS 5.0
    Infrared Port
    SD/MMC Port
    Its in pretty good condition since it just decorates my desk, so I'm selling it.

    Prices are negotiable, PM me if you are interested or want me to take pics of anything specifically.

  2. Elan0204 macrumors 65816


    Apr 16, 2002
    Chicago, IL
    How old is the iBook? Any warranty?

    Why is there a Windows XP sticker on the iBook?

    What forms of payment will you accept?

    Do you have any feedback for other online transactions (i.e. eBay)?
  3. Duff-Man macrumors 68030


    Dec 26, 2002
    Albuquerque, NM
    Duff-Man says....no kidding....the last thing I would pollute my Apple laptop with is a Microsoft sticker....oh yeah!
  4. ColdZero thread starter macrumors regular

    Aug 22, 2002
    I accept paypal, there is no warranty, it is eligable for that logic board thing from apple tho, but I haven't had any problems.

    lol, the windows sticker is from my friend, I promise to take it off before sending it :) I always used to do a lot of remote desktop fullscreened, so he finally took the sticker off his laptop and put it on mine. I guess I should take that pic down, I had a guy in another forum ask if it would run windows.

    Oh yea, its 2 years old I believe and yes I have feedback on ebay, my username there is ColdZero also.
  5. ColdZero thread starter macrumors regular

    Aug 22, 2002

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