posted by Jonathan Potts at
Since I have no idea what a 5-year-old computer is worth, I don't want to scare anyone off with a price that is ridiculously high. In a perfect world, I'd love to get $475.
I checked Ebay for a snapshot of the market for similar products. A newer Imac G-3 with Apple software, 256 MB RAM, is going for $279 (buy it now, not auction bid). A G3 w/64 mg and monitor retails directly for $119 ("Buy it now").Looking at the rest of the similar computers, $250 is the highest people will bid.For Epson printers, $65 seems the top price for fairly new equipment.Maybe $350? I'll check with the wife and see if she'll go for it. I trust you more than Ebay vendors and I'd like to help out.
$350 would be great. Like I said, it appears to be in good working order, but I can't offer gaurantees. I wouldn't be surprised if the ink cartridges are at least half-full, but it's been a while since I used that printer. Let me know what you decide.
Donate that thing to a school or something.
Antiques are said to be 100 years or older. I would just donate it as ebay takes too much time and it will cost you if no winning bidders. It is not worth the hassle. http://www.malleries.com
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