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> Two Zaurus For Sale, Listed On Ebay
post Jan 17 2010, 06:26 PM
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If anyone is interested,

I am selling both my Zaurus on Ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...T#ht_744wt_1166
Just looking to place them in a home as I do not use them anymore since acquiring a couple of netbooks.
Starting off at $0.99 and $20 S/H.

If you have any questions send me a message.


Two Sharp Zaurus - SL-C1000 and SL-5500


* Japaneese OS replaced with with Cacko 1.23
* Original box and manuals
* Power Supply
* 2 spare batteries
* USB cable.
* 2 USB host adapter cables - allows connection of USB devices.
* Linksys USB 10/100 Ethernet adapter


* Sharp OS replaced with TKompany
* Original manuals
* Two cradles
* Two power supplies
* One spare battery
* One serial cable

Common Accessories

* One SanDisk Wireless Compact Flash (802.11b)
* Four 32MB Compact Flash, one 16MB Compact Flash
* One external battery charger
* One 12volt vehicle power adapter

I suspect the USB connectivity on the SL-5500 is not functioning propery. I was not able to get the software to sync with my desktop, could be that I was not able to get the driver setup properly, but I do not think so. I did not use the Sharp PIM applications; used the Wireless card and flash memory. Only used the cradels to charge the battery.

I tested the wireless network card with both handhelds.
I tested the USB host adapter on the C1000 with an external USB keyboard and CD-ROM.

I have put fresh OS images on each handheld.
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Y0rk   Two Zaurus For Sale   Jan 17 2010, 06:26 PM

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