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Got my last board up on eBay <a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2061760493">here</a>. Check my other auctions, also, for a 2-slot PC/104 PCMCIA module.
Details <a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2058667623">here</a>.
I'm sure somebody here wants this...
I obtained a prototype unit of a high-end PDA project that got canned before it went to market. It has a 207 (something like that, anyway) MHz Strongarm...
Got one of these up on eBay right now. Last one went for about $200, but I need to get some money in the bank, so if anyone wants one--$150. Check the current eBay auction at...
I have a <a href="http://www.televideo.com/home/">Televideo</a> <a href="http://www.televideo.com/pdf/TC7380.pdf">TC7380</a> Windows CE Thin-client workstation. Mine is the model with the integrated...
Not going to use CE. Just need a HD in place of the compact flash, as I don't like compact flash all that much for this king of application. The processor in the thing, I believe, is totally x86...
There're some Nortel cards on eBay for like $30.
I picked up a cool thin-client on eBay the other day. It runs CE off a compact flash card. I'm wanting to replace CE with something a little more robust. Compact flash basically equals IDE, and...
Went ahead and stuck one of these on eBay. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2009678356 Enjoy.
How much would you sell the board for? I've been toying with building myself a hard-disk recording system with something like that...
Yeah I mean it's shipping to the US, but still.
Well, you figure roughly $100 for the display itself plus another $120 for shipping, and yeah, you can get 15" LCDs around here for around $220.
Me too. I think I'm going to have to weasel out of the deal though, as he wants 220AUD to ship it to the US. At that price, I can drive down the street and buy a 15" flat-panel monitor.
Incidentally, I didn't have any takers, so I stuck them up on eBay.
He seemed to respond to questions posed during the auction (at least, on the questions page), so who knows. Might not do business on the weekends.
Anybody heard from the guy yet? I did a buy-it-now on one yesterday and e-mailed the seller, but haven't gotten a reply yet. I'm in the States, so there's obviously a bit of time difference, but it's...
Anybody have a full-length SBC that handles Pentium II/III/Celeron and has an LCD controller?
I have some 2.5" laptop drives here, all made by IBM and of 1.1GB capacity. They're freshly formatted and have no bad sectors. 3 are available @ $20/ea, or make me an offer.
No wiring. See my earlier post for a board + TFT and wiring.
Got a couple of PCM-5862 SBCs available. These have onboard video, LCD, audio, ethernet, USB, PCI, PC/104, etc. Includes 166MHz CPU and 32MBs RAM. E-mail an offer if you're interested.
Couple things on eBay.
Just testing. Feel free to delete this.
Some sound cards that I've used have had jumpers for selecting between, say, mic and line-level inputs, or speaker and line-level outputs. It's possible the FV24 has something like that, or possibly...
Well, that's basically what I'm wondering. Anyone know for sure?