Unknown_K wrote:If somebody wanted a G3 they would buy a G3, if you are going to buy a Mac II I would think you had a specific use for it.
Unknown_K wrote:Personally I would love a II or a IIx (or a spare IIfx), mostly because they are easy to work in and I collect tons of Nubus cards and need someplace to install them. Granted I don't think I would pay more then $20 for one, and would have to invest another $10 getting 2 PRAM batteries, but it would be worth it for what I use them for.
Unknown_K wrote:486/Pentium 1 machines seem to be in demand for DOS gamers on ebay, I have seen quite a few hit $80 or $100 if they are setup for DOS gaming and have the correct hardware for it (soundblaster, both floppy drives, decent video card).
equill wrote:What is more disquieting to think about—to give me the cold horrors, in fact—is the number of interesting but no-longer-available add-on cards and peripherals that must go straight to the dump or landfill.
The Macster wrote:On the other hand, any sort of laptop (486, broken etc) or LCD screen (eg completely dead ones) seems to get snapped up almost instantly.
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