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Is some TI legacy hardware becoming redundant?

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#51 PlaysWithWolves OFFLINE  



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Posted Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:36 PM

My little brother has our TI so I haven't even seen the thing in decades.  But I'm constantly fascinated when old hardware I've played with gets updated; be it for updated TV inputs, SD cartridges, or like things listed in the OP.

#52 Keatah OFFLINE  


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Posted Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:25 PM

...which makes them 'normal'. You really shouldn't be surprised. Now, if you had kept all your Amiga stuff, then you'd really have something there. And even the "uninitiated" would know what to do with it. I mean... just do a search for all things Amiga! :lol:


Ehh. I see even more people having a hard time selling their Amiga stuff. There's an A2000 for sale right here, nicely setup, and it isn't moving even with price drops.


I think classic computing gear is getting harder to sell. But classic cartridge-based game consoles are selling as briskly as ever.

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