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Auction: IBM PS/2 Model L40-SX VINTAGE Laptop w/ 5800-PSP Dock

Now here's something you don't see very often (the "Portable Service 
Platform 1"-dock that is) :

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180202407469

Starting bid: US $14.99
End time: Jan-09-08 08:04:09 PST (6 days 19 hours)
Ships to: Worldwide
Item location: Victor, New York, United States

Powers on and the screen is active, but no text or cursor is displayed. Full 
working condition is unknown. Sold AS-IS.


No affiliation

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JWR wrote:
> Now here's something you don't see very often (the "Portable Service 
> Platform 1"-dock that is) :
> 
> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180202407469
> 
> Starting bid: US $14.99
> End time: Jan-09-08 08:04:09 PST (6 days 19 hours)
> Ships to: Worldwide
> Item location: Victor, New York, United States
> 
> Powers on and the screen is active, but no text or cursor is displayed. Full 
> working condition is unknown. Sold AS-IS.
> 
> 
> No affiliation
> 
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Louis
1/2/2008 9:38:23 PM
http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/8543/TMC-850.html

Louis Ohland wrote:
> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/5800/5800-PSP.html
> 
> JWR wrote:
>> Now here's something you don't see very often (the "Portable Service 
>> Platform 1"-dock that is) :
>>
>> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180202407469
>>
>> Starting bid: US $14.99
>> End time: Jan-09-08 08:04:09 PST (6 days 19 hours)
>> Ships to: Worldwide
>> Item location: Victor, New York, United States
>>
>> Powers on and the screen is active, but no text or cursor is 
>> displayed. Full working condition is unknown. Sold AS-IS.
>>
>>
>> No affiliation
>>
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Louis
1/2/2008 9:44:06 PM
http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/8543/TR_16-4_ISA_TAP.html

Louis Ohland wrote:
> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/8543/TMC-850.html
> 
> Louis Ohland wrote:
>> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/5800/5800-PSP.html
>>
>> JWR wrote:
>>> Now here's something you don't see very often (the "Portable Service 
>>> Platform 1"-dock that is) :
>>>
>>> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180202407469
>>>
>>> Starting bid: US $14.99
>>> End time: Jan-09-08 08:04:09 PST (6 days 19 hours)
>>> Ships to: Worldwide
>>> Item location: Victor, New York, United States
>>>
>>> Powers on and the screen is active, but no text or cursor is 
>>> displayed. Full working condition is unknown. Sold AS-IS.
>>>
>>>
>>> No affiliation
>>>
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Louis
1/2/2008 9:44:37 PM
Hi!

> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/5800/5800-PSP.html

Does the attached L40SX come off in a nonviolent fashion?

Yes, I am thinking of bidding. If the attached L40 is dead, I have a few
others...for what they cost, I find them surprisingly common.

William


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William
1/2/2008 11:17:20 PM
The L40SX does come off very smoothly.

Disconnect the power tap in the rear. If you don't, you WILL regret it.
Disconnect the video.
There are catches on the sides. Disconnect them.

http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/8543/5800-PSP.html

http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/8543/8543.html

That's it. The PSP requires no battery power. It's all from the AC to DC 
adapter in the PSP. You may find a TMC-850 SCSI adapter and/or a ISA TAP 
adapter in the PSP. Mine came with them.



William R. Walsh wrote:
> Hi!
> 
>> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/5800/5800-PSP.html
> 
> Does the attached L40SX come off in a nonviolent fashion?
> 
> Yes, I am thinking of bidding. If the attached L40 is dead, I have a few
> others...for what they cost, I find them surprisingly common.
> 
> William
> 
> 
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Louis
1/2/2008 11:34:19 PM
On Jan 2, 6:17 pm, "William R. Walsh"
<newsgrou...@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> >http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/5800/5800-PSP.html
>
> Does the attached L40SX come off in a nonviolent fashion?
>
> Yes, I am thinking of bidding. If the attached L40 is dead, I have a few
> others...for what they cost, I find them surprisingly common.
>
> William

Hi William.....

You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....

CT the Infamous Sniper Without Mercy
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Tim
1/3/2008 1:15:10 AM
Hi!

> You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....

Drat! Well, I'm not sure I'll persue it. Money is a little tight right now.

Although...my luck with sniping held on an L40 with 8MB installed RAM...

William (snipes without the help of software)


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William
1/3/2008 8:41:37 PM
On Jan 3, 3:41 pm, "William R. Walsh"
<newsgrou...@idontwantjunqueemail.walshcomptech.com> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....
>
> Drat! Well, I'm not sure I'll persue it. Money is a little tight right now.
>
> Although...my luck with sniping held on an L40 with 8MB installed RAM...
>
> William (snipes without the help of software)

Hi William.....

Well, if I do manage to get it I will make sure you get it after I
have played with it for a while (but only if you return my GPS unit)

CT the Lost
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Tim
1/3/2008 9:18:38 PM
Hi!

> (but only if you return my GPS unit)

I would certainly like to! I've had no luck turning it up and my hopes
that it didn't somehow disappear are growing dim. I may have no choice
but to pay you whatever the value of such a thing is.

William
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wm_walsh
1/4/2008 9:49:18 PM
On Jan 4, 4:49 pm, wm_wa...@hotmail.com wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > (but only if you return my GPS unit)
>
> I would certainly like to! I've had no luck turning it up and my hopes
> that it didn't somehow disappear are growing dim. I may have no choice
> but to pay you whatever the value of such a thing is.
>
> William

No need to pay me for that, William....I have lost toys before.  In
1955 when I was a poor starving GI stationed in Valdosta, GA I was
flying a model airplane free flight (too poor to afford radio
control).......and couldn't figure how much fuel to put in the tank
for a short engine run, so I just filled it up....fired it up....and
let it go.

It was at about 1,000 feet when it ran out of fuel.....but it hooked a
thermal and started that never-ending wide spiral until it disappeared
from sight.  I never saw it again.....and was heartbroken.....

Today I can afford radio control......but I can still crash them as
good as I used to :-)

CT the Aviator
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Tim
1/4/2008 10:37:25 PM
Tim Knight/CT wrote:
> You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....

I had considered bidding on the PSP until I saw that you were already on 
the case... somebody obviously wanted that sucker badly, I would not 
have bid $80 on the combo as you did (as some eBay sellers have pointed 
out to me, I'm not a "true collector" -- I refuse to pay outrageous sums 
of money for items on eBay).

Rick Ekblaw
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Rick
1/10/2008 11:35:26 AM
On Jan 10, 6:35 am, Rick Ekblaw <ekb...@vnet.ibm.com> wrote:
> Tim Knight/CT wrote:
> > You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....
>
> I had considered bidding on the PSP until I saw that you were already on
> the case... somebody obviously wanted that sucker badly, I would not
> have bid $80 on the combo as you did (as some eBay sellers have pointed
> out to me, I'm not a "true collector" -- I refuse to pay outrageous sums
> of money for items on eBay).
>
> Rick Ekblaw

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Tim
1/10/2008 11:47:45 AM
On Jan 10, 6:35 am, Rick Ekblaw <ekb...@vnet.ibm.com> wrote:
> Tim Knight/CT wrote:
> > You will be bidding against me.....jump in and get your feet wet....
>
> I had considered bidding on the PSP until I saw that you were already on
> the case... somebody obviously wanted that sucker badly, I would not
> have bid $80 on the combo as you did (as some eBay sellers have pointed
> out to me, I'm not a "true collector" -- I refuse to pay outrageous sums
> of money for items on eBay).
>
> Rick Ekblaw

Hi Rick........

I was so curious about it that I set my limit at $100 to include
shipping and and forgot about it.  I figured if someone wanted it very
badly (like a reseller with thoughts of making BIG money), he could
have at it)......kind of like throwing down the
glove :-)...........now I have $100 to spend as I see fit (on
chocolate malts and doughnuts and potato chips and all that stuff a
guy my age should not eat)

CT the Glutton
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Tim
1/10/2008 11:52:26 AM
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