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megacrazy
post Apr 16 2008, 05:11 AM
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Looking for an SL-6000l. If you have one for sale, let me know the price, condition of the unit, how old it is etc...

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post Apr 16 2008, 09:54 AM
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QUOTE(megacrazy @ Apr 16 2008, 08:11 AM) *
Looking for an SL-6000l. If you have one for sale, let me know the price, condition of the unit, how old it is etc...

Thanks


I have been thinking of selling mine, but I have not looked into the market price for them yet.

What I have is an SL-6000L. I am the original owner. It is in mint shape, and has always had a clear film type screen protector on it so there are no scratches on the original touchscreen. The hard plastic screen protector is also in mint shape. The original battery still works, but doesn't keep a charge for very long if you are using the WiFi. I can run it without the WiFi to see how long the charge lasts if you like. I have 2 spare batteries that were put away shrink-wrapped with a 50% charge in the refrigerator a couple of years ago (to preserve them). They should be in great shape still. I have a 56k compact flash modem, a compact flash camera, a pocket top IR keyboard, a nice Franklin Covey case which fits the big SL6000L really well. I have the Javo eBud earphones which fit the SL6000 - used once - so they are really clean & like new. I have a couple of iRiver USB cable adapters that fit the small USB port of the 6000. I have an adapter that will fit the 6000's I/O port which can be used to charge the 6000 from a car cigarette lighter socket, or standard AA batteries, or from a USB port, (or from a wall socket too I think, but I'll have to check). I have the original box it came in with the original CD & even the wrap it came in.

Again, I have no idea what all this stuff is worth. I've been sitting on the fence thinking of selling my 6000.
I'll have to check eBay & add stuff up.

If I sell, I only want to sell to someone in the United States. Are you in the US?
How soon are you looking to buy?

Best regards,

John
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post Apr 16 2008, 11:34 AM
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PM'ed back.
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post Apr 24 2008, 05:51 AM
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Nobody else out there looking to sell their old units? How about a trade or something? I got an iPod touch just sitting here collecting dust.
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post Apr 26 2008, 04:19 PM
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QUOTE(megacrazy @ Apr 24 2008, 08:51 AM) *
Nobody else out there looking to sell their old units? How about a trade or something? I got an iPod touch just sitting here collecting dust.


I have an SL-6000L that I'll sell. I haven't used it for quite a while (I prefer the clamshell form factor). I'm it's original owner. I got it about 3 years ago (I think). It is in excellent shape. I have no extra's just what came in the original box. Last time I used it a couple months ago, when browsing the internet, the battery lasted for about an hour. I'm thinking $350 plus shipping and insurance.

Lance
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