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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:08 am 

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I recently came across about 200 or so of these systems was wondering what the best course of action would be. Attached are a few pics of the boards contained inside. Thanks.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 3:29 pm 
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First the scrap.
The main board is high telco. A bunch of ram. Some random removable ICs. A low telco board. A midgrade board. And the display board—probably midgrade.

That said these can fetch 3 figures when they work. So you may want to play around with swapping the internals to see if you can get any working systems. $75-$150 is normal for working ones in good-to-great condition.
While buggy, these were fairly resilient POS systems. For that reason they tend to be found it’s beat up often. Where the price for working drops to $25-$75.

-- my grades are my own and do not represent an offer from boardsort, nor are they guaranteed. Please keep that in mind.

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