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Hard to Find and Used Hardware

comp.unix.aix,

I have seen a number of posts, asking were to find low cost system in
the Chicago Area and also were to find parts for older systems.  Sorry
to those who take offence to a vendors posting.

I work for Elarasys, Inc. located in Elgin, IL.  We are a reseller of
used UNIX hardware with a 27,500 square foot facility.  Our largest
inventory of equipment is IBM RS/6000 (pSeries) followed by Sun.

If you are looking for systems, parts and features and are tired of
paying IBM's high prices, I would be glad to help.  We carry most
systems and features in stock.

Here are a few affordable systems for personal use.

7043-150 375MHz, 512MB, 2x9.1GB, GXT2000P K&M $675.00
7044-170 333MHz, 512MB, 2x9.1GB, GXT2000P K&M $1,150.00

These systems come with a 90 day warranty.

If there is anything I can help you with or if you have any questions
please let me know.

Thank you,
Michael Deacon
Elarasys, Inc.
mdeacon@elarasys.com
www.elarasys1.com
(800)787-6364
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mdeacon@elarasys.com (Michael Deacon) wrote in message news:<587edae8.0402180758.7d389bdd@posting.google.com>...
> comp.unix.aix,
> 
> I have seen a number of posts, asking were to find low cost system in
> the Chicago Area and also were to find parts for older systems.  Sorry
> to those who take offence to a vendors posting.
> 
> I work for Elarasys, Inc. located in Elgin, IL.  We are a reseller of
> used UNIX hardware with a 27,500 square foot facility.  Our largest
> inventory of equipment is IBM RS/6000 (pSeries) followed by Sun.
> 
> If you are looking for systems, parts and features and are tired of
> paying IBM's high prices, I would be glad to help.  We carry most
> systems and features in stock.
> 
> Here are a few affordable systems for personal use.
> 
> 7043-150 375MHz, 512MB, 2x9.1GB, GXT2000P K&M $675.00
> 7044-170 333MHz, 512MB, 2x9.1GB, GXT2000P K&M $1,150.00
> 
> These systems come with a 90 day warranty.
> 
> If there is anything I can help you with or if you have any questions
> please let me know.
> 
> Thank you,
> Michael Deacon
> Elarasys, Inc.
> mdeacon@elarasys.com
> www.elarasys1.com
> (800)787-6364

I use Elarasys, and in particular, Mike is my rep.  Good company. 
Good guy.  If you guys need anything, give him a call.

Hi Mike!

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2/19/2004 4:33:31 PM
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