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Thinkpad 300?

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Thinkpad 300?

#1 Post by Dekks » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:32 am

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Re: Thinkpad 300?

#2 Post by Thinkpad4by3 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:29 am

I would get it except 69 pounds for shipping to the US
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Re: Thinkpad 300?

#3 Post by goldeneagle » Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:54 pm

I missed out on one that sold on ebay over the weekend. Rather, I bid, but I forgot about the auction while writing an email to none other than our own Bill Morrow. I believe it sold for almost $170, and being untested with no AC adapter.

I already have one, but the LCD doesn't work, except the backlight. They were pretty cool machines for their time, with built-in ethernet (uses an Apple AAUI adapter), but with a max of 12MB of RAM and not being able to see hard drives over 540MB, they're pretty limited.
Historic ThinkPads owned:
300, 360C, 360CE (x2), 360CSE, 510CS, 560, 560E, 701C, 701CS, 730TE, 750, 750C, 755C (x3), 755CE, 755CX (SVGA), 755CDV, 760ED, 770
Newer ThinkPads owned:
T520, W520 (x2), X220 Tablet (x4), and some T61/X61T laying around somewhere

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