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[vox] [FS/Free] WAP, router, keyboard, mouse, USB flash drive,digital camera



Still trying to get rid of some retired hardware :)


Canon Powershot A60 2.0mp digital camera, 64MB CF card and case -- $55

  Good condition Canon digital camera. Takes 4 AAA batteries (worked
  well with NiMH rechargables) and Compact Flash memory card. Throwing
  in a SanDisk 64MB CF card and a case. Includes original manuals.
  [Worked great with Linux!]


Focus Electronic FK-7200 USB keyboard w/ trakball -- $15

  106-key USB keyboard (works with PC or Mac) with a mini two button
  trackball built-in, below the space key. Great for people who dislike
  mice, or in places where a mouse is inconvenient (that Mac-Mini
  connected to your living-room entertainment system?) Comes with a
  detachable wrist-rest and a small cover, if you decide to remove the
  trakball.  [Sorry, has Windows buttons.  But, it worked well with Linux!]


Netgear ME102 802.11b (wifi) wireless access point -- $10

  Netgear wireless access point. Configurable via USB interface.
  Includes power supply. Throwing in short ethernet cable. (I may also have
  original manuals.)
  [There are tools to talk to it with Linux, but (at the time, at least),
  Netgear only supported it via some Windows tools.]


Linksys EFSR41 EtherFast Cable/DSL Router -- $20

  Linksys 10/100Mbps router with 4-port switch. Connect multiple
  computers to your internet connection (DSL, cable, etc.) Can act as a
  firewall and DHCP server, too! Configurable via a web
  interface. Throwing in a short ethernet cable. Comes with power
  supply, and I may have the instruction manual.
  [Easy to use/configure in Linux via the web interface!]


32MB USB keychain with removable lanyard -- free posted craigslist 1/12

  32MB USB flash drive with activity LED built-in. Got it a LinuxWorld Expo,
  and it has "IBM eserver pSeries" printed on it, and a Linux Tux
  Penguin printed on the cover. Cover has a clip (like pen caps do).
  Includes a removable string lanyard. Has a lock switch.
  [Obviously, works fine with Linux :^) ]


PS/2 Computer Mouse -- free posted craigslist 1/12

  Mechanical mouse with 2 buttons and a scrollwheel. PS/2
  connector. (You can get an adapter if your computer only has USB.)
  Black. "Lynx" brand, "L8A" model.
  [Useful if you have an older PS2-style KVM :^) ]


Contact me off-list, thanks!

-- 
-bill!
bill@newbreedsoftware.com
http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/
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