HP Equipment Available

From: Jeffrey l Kaneko <jeff.kaneko_at_juno.com>
Date: Fri Jul 30 08:01:10 1999


So what's going on with this? Claimed? Withdrawn?


On Tue, 27 Jul 1999 04:01:29 GMT bill_r_at_inetnebr.com (Bill Richman)
> A friend of mine has rescued the following equipment. (I don't know
> HP
> stuff, so I'll give a general description and some numbers.)
> Two big, _heavy_ boxes about the size of 2-drawer filing cabinets:
> Box 1 contains modules marked-
> HP 9000/300
> HP 9000/300
> HP 98720A
> Box 2 contains modules marked-
> HP 7958B
> HP 9000/300
> HP 98720A
> There is also a large RGB monitor, HP #98751A, at least two (HPIB,
> so
> I'm told by an HP-head) keyboards and mice, video cables, etc.
> He offered it to me but I have no use for it. It's big, bulky, and
> heavy, so if you're interested in it, you'll have to arrange for
> transportation from Lincoln, Nebraska. A few bucks thrown in his
> direction for dragging the stuff home from the brink of destruction
> wouldn't be out of line either - maybe $50 or $100 if the stuff is
> worth
> anything to you. If you want any/all of this stuff, let me know by
> Wednesday, because I'm sure he'll be tired of dragging it around in
> his
> van by then. He'll probably have used up the $50-100 in extra gas!
> -Bill Richman (bill_r_at_inetnebr.com)
> http://incolor.inetnebr.com/bill_r - Home of the COSMAC Elf
> Microcomputer
> Simulator, Fun with Molten Metal, Orphaned Robots, and
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