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  1. As far as I can recall, my current collection of machines 1x 400 (UAV mod) 5x 800 (one soon to have Incognito installed) 3x 1200XL (one with UAV, Ultimate 1MB- soon to have Sophia2) 1x 600XL 2x 800XL 1x 130XE and a number of printers/drives/accessories
  2. Agreed- My parents found a near mint Hopalong Cassidy lunchbox in the attic of the home they moved into. I suggested they sell it- and similar ones were going for several hundred on eBay at the time. 30 years later, I'm seeing the same lunchbox with $25 BIN pricing.
  3. Here's one that goes on sale for $20 fairly often-- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VNQQZFK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  4. If this ends up being a kit- please add me to the list-- even if it doesn't, any suggestions on where to get the PCB at a reasonable price? It will take forever with my tiny 3d printer for the additional parts, but I can get the switches reasonably (can find generic blue switch keyboards on Amazon for around $20 on sale pretty regularly).
  5. Thanks, I certainly imagine that it was a lot of work. I posted an image of the Niyari keyboard on the FB page asking if anyone had picked one up at the time and it generated some excitement, so I thought I'd look over here and found your post. I also found this: https://keyshorts.com/ and thought it might be worth looking at creating something there.
  6. I know this is terribly old- but am hoping you still offer or can get these. Sent a PM.
  7. I'd like one- US shipping to Kentucky.
  8. Hi all, My youngest (13) has been getting into retro-gaming, collecting a number of old systems, and he's hunted down everything he can find on the SpaceOrb controller once I told him about what a great way it was to play Descent and other FPS games in the 90's, so I'm on the hunt for one. They do come up on ebay occasionally, but often come with the USB adapter or are NIB and go for crazy money. Does anyone have a spare? Thanks in advance.
  9. I'm interested if this falls through. Thanks.
  10. Hi all-- I'm in need of an Atari 850 if anyone has a spare. I've picked up a couple on auction sites that were DOA and thought I'd have better luck here. Thanks in advance.
  11. Look into the adapter cable for an X-Arcade Tankstick to X-box adapter. I have one and it works great.
  12. Has anyone here had a chance to play with this? It looks pretty epic to me, but I don't have the hardware to give it a try. I have to remember to keep my collection to Atari 8-bit stuff or I'll be a certifiable hoarder. They claim: GUI MULTITASKING 1024KB DYNAMIC MEMORY 2TeraByte FILESYSTEM http://symbos.org/
  13. Yes, this is a year old post. Yes, I'm bumping it. Since I'll be working the Louisville Arcade Expo again March 4-6 I thought I'd try again and see if anyone was up for an even trade.
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