[NTLK] Box of eight Newtons (100, 110, 120 and 130) for sale
davidi4 at mac.com
Wed Feb 8 21:51:32 EST 2012
How much would you like for the following?
-A Newton battery pack recharger (H1200) - will it work with a 130?
-Newton Connection Kit v2 (in original box)
-AMUG CD: Totally for Newton (1995)
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On Feb 8, 2012, at 21:46, Anthony Meadow <tonymeadow at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've recently donated a bunch of Newtons and related stuff to the
> Computer History Museum. They already had some items so they sent them
> back and they could be yours!
> I have no idea what they're worth. If you're interested please contact
> me at tonymeadow at gmail.com and let me know what they're worth to you.
> The total weight for all this is 20 pounds and they're in Oakland, CA.
> Newtons! I've got eight Newtons for sale. A surprising number of them
> worked as soon as I put new batteries in them. The others might work
> with some TLC. Some are missing styli, but there's several extra
> MessagePad 100 styluses. There's also 3x Newton battery pack rechargers
> MessagePad 100 (qty 1 - works!)
> MessagePad 110 (qty 2 - both work)
> MessagePad 120 (qty 1, doesn't work)
> MessagePad 130 (qty 4, 2 work, 2 don't)
> Also included:
> Newton Programmers Guide: System Software, vol 1 (1995)
> Newton Toolkit Users Guide (11/1995)
> Newton Programmers Guide (for Newton 2.0, 1996)
> Newton User Interface Guidelines (5/1996)
> Programming for the Newton, Julie McKeehan & Neil Rhodes (1st ed, 1994)
> Programming for the Newton, Julie McKeehan & Neil Rhodes (2nd ed, 1996)
> Newton Connection Kit v2 (in original box)
> MessagePad 2100 Software
> Newton Developer CD #7, June 1995
> Newton Developer CD #8?, Dec 1995
> Newton Developer CD #9, March 1996
> Newton Developer CD #10, June 1996
> AMUG CD: Totally for Newton (1995)
> Tony - tonymeadow at gmail.com
> The NewtonTalk Mailing List - http://newtontalk.net/
> The Official Newton FAQ - http://splorp.com/newton/faq/
> The Newton Glossary - http://splorp.com/newton/glossary/
> WikiWikiNewt - http://tools.unna.org/wikiwikinewt/
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