TI-99/4A for sale

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Wed Mar 17 03:33:58 2004


I'll explain to you why asking $25 for a non-working TI 99/4a is

1) They are quite common, and even $25 would be a stretch for a working
one in good condition
2) Complete, WORKING systems can be found on eBay for under $15
3) Trying to sell a non-working unit with missing keys and case damage is
pretty laughable

You need to put a little bit more effort into understanding the economic
realities of this hobby.

And JUST because I'm a nice guy, send me your address and I'll send you a
//c power supply since I just found a stash of them. You can keep your TI

On Tue, 16 Mar 2004, Lyos Norezel wrote:

> Hey ya'll... I have a nonworking TI-99/4A in my possession that I need to sell...
> the TI-99/4A has the following attributes/detributes
> TI-99/4A Computer:
> Minor damage to case
> 5 missing keys: the "A", "S", and "Z" letter keys, the spacebar,
> and an unknown key
> Nonworking, undamaged inside but fails to boot up... could just be a minor
> fault... but I am unable to test it.
> 2 command modules:
> 1 Blackjack and Poker
> 1 "The Attack"
> 1 working TI-99/4A power adapter
> model no. AC95000
> w/"Safety Checked" sticker
> 1 Video Modulator
> w/protection/on LED
> TV/Antenna/IN 3-position switch
> Channel select (ch 3 or 4)
> model no. UM1381
> seems to work
> 2 "Home Computer Remote Controllers" (joysticks) attached to one serial port plug
> model no. PHP1100
> $25 plus shipping from US 45424 gets it. Trade only for working power adapter for an
> Apple IIc.
> Lyos Gemini Norezel
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