Steals and Deals!
These items may or may not work with Apple computers. They may or may not work at all if I have no way to check them. Consider all as Untested and Sold As-Is, no warranty, no returns, feel free to ask questions, but I list what little I know with each item.
As added incentive, some items may be available for free with any additional purchase.
The total order must be $10 minimum for the U.S. and $20 for other countries – not counting shipping before adding any item from the Bargain Bin. The weight and dimensions of your bargain will be added to the total shipping cost of all items. The checkout page currently cannot require this minimum purchase, so you must be responsible. Your order will be refunded less $0.50 for the Paypal charge to me after the refund if you do not follow the minimum purchase guidelines. Some of the larger items like printers and monitors are being sold for only the packaging fee or are free for local pickup.
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Scratch and dent sale
The AppleColor RGB Monitor, Apple A2M6014 was made for the Apple IIGS. Featuring High resolution 12" analog RGB color, this monitor plugs directly into the monitor port of the IIGS. Even though the DB-15 port looks the same as the Macintosh, it has different signals.
There are several of these monitors in stock. They all have scratches in the middle of the screen from improper transportation or storage prior to coming to me. The scratched area contains multiple scratches up to a 2" diameter in the very center of the screen and some of the scratches are deep. I'll upload a photo of one of the screens if I get a chance. These monitors are in working condition. Coloring varies - or should I say discoloration. They have no feet and no riser bar at the front. Power cable is attached. Monitor interface cable sold separately
These monitors take me a long time to package properly for shipping, so these monitors are free for local pickup or $35.00 for my time and materials to pack it. Shipping charges will be added at checkout.
If more the one is desired, please check with me before purchasing and I'll verify available quantities
For the iPhone 4/4S
Share the world around you with Dot--the pocket-friendly 360 degree panoramic video attachment for iPhone 4 and 4S. Using the free Looker app available in the App Store and on iTunes, you can film and instantly share 360 degree panoramic video on Facebook, Twitter, and other social platforms.
Shoot 360 Degree Panoramic Video from the Palm of Your Hand
Snap Dot onto your iPhone 4, download the free Looker app, and instantly record fully immersive 360 degree videos right on your iPhone. Going to a concert? You can record the show and the audience. Heading out on a road trip? Leave Dot on the dashboard and record your highway adventures. No matter what you're recording, Dot sees everything.
Share 360 Degree Panoramic Video with Friends
Watch your videos on your iPhone 4 by swiping your screen to virtually spin around, or switch modes and view them in panoramic widescreen. Looker allows you to instantly share your 360 degree world with friends and family (via Facebook, Twitter, or upload to "DotSpots" on kogeto.com) right from the palm of your hand.
How Does It Work?
Kogeto's compact and durable iCONIC lens works with the iPhone 4's HD video camera to capture full 360 degree video--all at once--without stitching frames together. The unique catadioptric optical system is fully AR-coated for excellent color fidelity in all environments. Dot is a lightweight attachment that doesn't require batteries or external power.
All that is in this box is the Dot in red. Untested, sold as-is. Note: The Looker app in no longer in the app store.
For Parts or Repair
The Plus was the third model in the Macintosh family and the first to include a SCSI port. Apple Model #M0001A. It sports a 9" black and white monitor, an 8 MHz 68000 processor, has 1 MB of RAM - expandable to 4, and has an 800k 3.5" floppy disk drive. Operating Systems supported - 1.1 to 7.5.5. Retail price was $2600 and was sold from 1986 to 1990. The Plus was the last Mac to use a phone cord for the keyboard and a DE-9 pin mouse - both went to ADB in later models. Keyboard, mouse and power cable not included.Several available, all need repair and may have scuffs, scratches, light areas from former stickers, etc. All have been cleaned and initial test results below. Sold as-is. I haven't had a chance to look at any of these further. At least one has screws missing. The screens all look scratch free.
Choose from the following, pictured from left to right:
- Beige - no serial number - Case broken upper right - Chimes but no video
- Beige - F65047T - Case cracked upper r and multiple ventilation holes - No power
- Platinum - F7143EB - Case pry marks - Static video with Sad Mac, Hot spot top left center
- Platinum - F7406AB - Severe case pry marks - No power, clicking and sounds like something loose and rattling inside.
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