I feel terribly irresponsible because a reasonably large pile of hardware and software has just arrived, but most of this is stuff I was storing at a friend's place in California and brought back with me, which I bought over a reasonable period. So perhaps it's not so irresponsible.
- An HD20. Was sold as "untested but stored in good conditions". Was expecting trouble from it, partly because it was rattling, but that just turned out to be the light pipe for the LED and actually it works fine!
- A couple of SCSI/Ethernet boxes, an Asante EN/SC for use with compact macs etc, and a Dayna Pocket SCSI/Link (don't the random slashes in product names look charmingly dated?) to be a companion to PowerBooks.
- An Apple Ethernet LC Twisted-Pair card, still sealed in its box. I got this because I want to use it but I find myself oddly, almost superstitiously reluctant to actually open it.
- A boxed, sealed copy of Farallon Liaison Internet Router, which seems to be an alternative AppleTalk routing product that is controlled via the Chooser (?!). This doesn't seem to be available on the garden or on mac repository. The price ticket on it says it originally cost $395, which might go towards explaining it being a bit unusual. This one I really must get over my superstition about and unwrap it, or at least open it.
- An LC II logic board that doesn't work, to add to my other LC II logic boards that don't work. Sigh. Probably just a recap job but I don't have the time or facilities set up now to do it. *Was* sold as 'untested, but probably works' so I deserve what I get. I really could do with getting a working one (or two, preferably) though. Sigh again.
- Two PowerBooks I got from slomacuser on these forums