Saturday, July 01, 2006

If you collect antiques...

This is still for sale. Best offer.


Blogger Cope said...

I scoff at your computer. Do you have any Atari 2600 cartridges for sale? And would you trade them for a picture of my cat?

4:01 PM

Blogger Jonathan Potts said...

Perhaps you have some Star Trek action figures to offer.

8:36 PM

Blogger Disgruntled Tool-Room Clerk said...

Yeah, no offense, but I just paid like $100 for one of those.

Here is a ball ... perhaps you would like to bounce it.

8:14 PM

Blogger Amos_thePokerCat said...

Hmmm, iMac from 2000 with 64M would have a 6.0G disk not a 1G, if it was a 350Mhz.

The classic, ha, pun, use for a old mach is to turn it into an Max Aquarium. Although, more the old classic square shell is most common. Not many iMac fish tanks.

Ha! Ironic. International Marine Aquarium Conference (IMAC)

12:49 AM

Blogger Amos_thePokerCat said...

Ah, I knew there was a price somewhere.
Everymac has the original price and estimated current price of the iMac 350 at the bottom of the specs. $125-$150.

In an inverted Moore's Law of Used Computer Values, I would say the price of a used computer drops in half every 18 months. So, 6 years is 72 months, 4*18.
Original $1k, then $500, then $250, finally $125.

Now all I need is a power point presentation, and they can make a documentary, or maybe mocumentary about my theory.

1:27 AM


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