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    Fs/T(US): Embedded Via C3 and Pentium-M boards, 14" LCD, more

    FS/T: LCDs, Via sub-ITX SBCs, Merom ES, oddball stuff

    First off, these are the trades I'm looking for:
    - Embedded/Single Board Computer related stuff
    - 12 volt with 4a or better power supplies - LCD/laptop style with the barrel connector
    - 512MB, CL2.5, DDR333 SODIMM
    - 512MB, CL2.5, DDR333 DIMM


    NOT LOOKING TO BUY ANY OF THE ABOVE, ONLY WANT TO TRADE FOR THEM.

    And the for sale stuff
    prefer US only, some people seem to "forget" they're outside the country when negotiating prices with shipping
    Prices do NOT include shipping unless noted
    I ship USPS Priority for most locations, you want another method you can have it as long as you're paying shipping
    I do combine shipping on multiple purchases
    all items guaranteed alive on arrival, but otherwise sold as is
    PayPal preferred
    Heatware: http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=2914
    Ebay under widefault
    e-mail is [email protected]


    Intel Core 2 Duo T7400 Merom Engineering Sample - First things first, this chip was not very stable for me on an embedded 3.5" board. Booted and ran apps fine, but the system would crash under heavy load. No idea if it was cooling, power, some kind of porblem with the board. No idea how it would be in a laptop or desktop board. Due to this, the price is low, BUT IT IS SOLD AS IS!!! 2.16GHz, 4MB cache
    $225 shipped


    Soyo 15.4" widescreen LCD - Good shape, no bad pixels. Very light usage. 1280x800. VGA input. COmes with VGA and power cables.
    $90 shipped


    Advantech C3 667MHZ Single Board Computers - 3.5" Embedded Biscuit sized, 4" x5.75", same as a 3.5" hard drive. I've got a few of these, was building PCs in the old Radiation Meters listed below. 667MHz CPU, 256MB RAM included. No fans needed. Throw in a good sized compact flash card and they won't make any noise at all. PC104 connector, add a PCMCIA board and wirless card for a teeny router or WAP. These are even overclockable, although I wouldn't trust them much beyond their rated 667MHz. Limited amount of cables, may have some spare USB and audio cables I can throw in.
    Product Link: http://www.advantech.com/products/Mo...GZS8&BU=&PD=EC
    Pics:
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/viasbc1.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/viasbc2.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/viasbc3.jpg
    $80 each shipped, have two left


    Advantech C3 400MHZ Single Board Computer - Similar to above, but a slower CPU and different layout. Includes 256MB SODIMM, too.
    Product Link: http://www.advantech.com/products/Mo...GZRM&BU=&PD=EC
    $75 shipped


    Dell 1401FP - Actually the LCD screen from a WebPC setup, but will work with any PC that has a DVI output. Very good quality, although after 5 years it needs a few seconds for the backlight to get to full brightness. 1024x768, 14.1" diagonal. No stand but has 75mm VESA mounting holes on the back. Has built-in cables for DVI, microphone, and the built-in speakers which actually sound pretty damned good. Seriously, the built-in powered speakers are the best I've ever heard. Comes with power supply and cord as well as a DVI extension cable. This has been my secondary monitor for over two years and my primary for the three before that. Believe me when I say it's a good one.
    Pics:(spots on the pics are from the camera, the cat sneezed)
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/webpclcd1.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/webpclcd2.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/webpclcd3.jpg
    $60 shipped


    ATI All In Wonder 9200SE. AGP, 64MB, VGA output. will come with cables(input block and output cable). I'll see what I have for software, should be able to scrape up an install disk for each so the buyer can get the DVD player updates.
    $30 shipped


    ADS SimpleTouch USB2.0 3.5" hard drive case - Built-in autobackup with the included software. New in box.
    $30 shipped


    Metal Gear USB2.0 3.5" hard drive case - basic model, not even one LED. Works good, virtually new in box.
    $20 shipped


    Arco DuplidiskII Micro RAID - hardware RAID1 using two laptop drives(up to 120GB) yet fits into a single 3.5" drive bay. Hooks up to any standard IDE controller, great for building teeny-yet-tolerant NAS setups in small cases.
    Pics, shown next to a regular 3.5" drive:
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/arco1.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/arco2.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/arco3.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/arco4.jpg
    $50 shipped, $100 with a pair of 40GB Seagate Momentus drives. One setup left.


    60's Civil Defense CDV-715 Radiation Survey Meters - Have a few leftovers from building hard drive cases, now is your chance to get them for your very own. These all will have some kind of electrical issue, but are visually in very good shape for being 40+ years old. Have five left.
    Drive Case Log: http://www.widefault.com/other/worklog.htm
    $30 each shipped


    Vintage 40's/50's Military Geiger Counter - Non-working, will need some help. Appears to be complete. Large and Green. Heavy, too. Was going to use it for a mod, but it's going to be too much work. Pics available.
    Pics:
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc01.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc02.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc03.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc04.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc05.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc06.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc07.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc08.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc09.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc10.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc11.jpg
    http://www.widefault.com/forsale/gc12.jpg
    $40 shipped


    20GB 2.5" laptop drive based mp3 player. "Songbank", not the latest or greatest but it works. Easily upgradeable to a larger drive, although 40GB may be the max. Comes with Songbank, carry case, power adapter, USB cable, manual, and driver/software CD. Doesn't come with the original ear buds, because they've been used and that's just gross to pass on to another person.
    $75 shipped

    X10 Lola Direct Connect Music System kit. X10 charges $49.99, much less from me. Forget the Lola software, though. This one works great with the ATI Remote Wonder software, and even better with Girder and the ATI/X10 plugins.
    $20 shipped

    OTHER STUFF - shipping not include
    48x12x48 BusLink/Lite-On CD burner - $15
    Intel 4 port Wireless router, 4 10/100, 802.11b - $15
    PCB from one of the above, broken LEDs but works fine - $10
    2x340MB IBM microdrives - $25 each, $40 for the pair
    IDE 100MB Zip drive - $5
    Maze4 copper-top for socket 478, 3/8" barbs - $25
    Diamond Stealth PCI - older S3 card, $5
    Rendition Verite PCI - $5
    256MB stick of registered DDR266, Infineon CL2 - $20
    FPM DIMMs, 64MB and 128MB pulls from a PowerMac - $20


    Stuff I won't ship, so don't ask. Pickup in the Green Bay area of Wisconsin
    - Beige 4u rack case, good shape, shallow depth(under 20"). space for 2x5.25" and 2x3.5" drives. - $50
    - White Inwin Q500N full tower case, cut out for a second PSU - $25

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    Oh now you want to sell one of those cool cases. Actually I want to know if you would sell the BCM/Evalue ECM-5716 EBX without the Wireless G card and for how much if that was a possiblity? I have a mATX iwas trying to replace my M10000 with but it would require me moving it to the trunk. In want to avoid that. Your board would be awesome.

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    I figured I could part with a couple, didn't see the point in building any drive cases right now.

    I could go $130 shipped without the wireless card, and that's pretty much the best I can do.

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    ok I'll think it over.

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    Hi, is the BCM/Evalue ECM-5716 still available?
    Gen 1: Pentium 3 1GHz - ATX - 2005
    Gen 2: Pentium M 1.6GHz - ITX - 2006
    Gen 3: Pentium M 2.0GHz - 5.25" SBC - 2007
    Gen 4: (coming soon: Core2 Duo - 3.5" SBC - 2009)
    ...it never ends

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    As of right now it still is available.

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    Cool, I sent you a PM.
    Gen 1: Pentium 3 1GHz - ATX - 2005
    Gen 2: Pentium M 1.6GHz - ITX - 2006
    Gen 3: Pentium M 2.0GHz - 5.25" SBC - 2007
    Gen 4: (coming soon: Core2 Duo - 3.5" SBC - 2009)
    ...it never ends

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    BCM/Evalue board is sold to psyrex

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    could u take picture of the C3 667mhz board plz? thx
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    There are a couple. Not sure what cables I have. I know I have the USB cables, but not sure on audio.

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