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Flandry
On further consideration, with my new work schedule and software, i don't use my Z enough to justify keeping it -- so i am adding it to this sales thread:

Item #1: Zaurus SL-c860
A functional Zaurus that has seen use (there are scuffs on the case & etc.). It has the most recent Cacko lite ROM installed, and will include all of the accessories below, plus the original extended battery (EA-BL08), charger, data cord and packaging. Also included will be a P to Go (Power to go) compact "zip-cord" data cable, a 128MB CF card, and a 128MB higher-speed SM card. I haven't seen the small battery cover since I bought it (ie it didn't come with one). If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Asking $225 for the lot + shipping

--Accessories--

I have some accessories for my SL-C860 Zaurus that i don't use anymore. As they will be more useful elsewhere than sitting on my shelf, i am offering them here. I have listed asking prices generally far below the list prices (some are available here, still) -- any offer is welcome, but I reserve the right to decide which i will accept. Shipping will be $3 per person, so if you buy out the lot it will just cost you $3. Original packaging and manuals will be included when available. Everything is in working order.

The first is the Zaurus Voice recorder Kit, CE-VK1 (Conics.net website)
It is a microphone that plugs into the headphone jack and lets you make voice recordings on your Zaurus.

Asking $15


The second is the Zaurus Remote, CE-RH1 (random page from google)
This is a very handy in-line control that works with most Zaurus media players (i used it with Kino) to allow you to control the playback while the Zaurus remains closed in your pocket or bag. Any set of earphones with a 2.5 mm stereo jack can be plugged into the control. The one originally included may or may not be included if i can find it, but it wasn't particularly memorable, anyway.

Asking $25


Next up is a large and small battery (EA-BL06 and EA-BL08) for the Z, purchased from laptopsforless. These are both marked '2004' and have been cycled at most 5 times each.

Asking $15 for the set


Sharp Zaurus AC adapter/charger. I have two and only need one, so...

Asking $15


A leather case with snap. Much like the one offered at the page linked at the top. I can't recall where this came from originally, but it holds a spare stylus and memo pad, and has room for a few cards.

Asking $10


Last, but not least, a Pretec Compact WLAN CF wifi adapter. It works great with the c860.

Asking $15


Thanks for your attention and here's to geek goodies.
Flandry
I updated the original post to reflect that the Z itself is available, as well.
snk4ever
Are you willing to ship to France, and if yes, how much would it cost ?
Flandry
QUOTE(snk4ever @ Sep 12 2007, 07:26 AM) *
Are you willing to ship to France, and if yes, how much would it cost ?


I thought i had a buyer in my state, but I haven't heard from him for a while.

So, if you're still interested -- I would be willing to ship to France, but I don't know how much it will be. If i don't include the packaging it won't be a very large or heavy package. Get in touch.
scottlfa
Would be willing to paypal for the CE-RH1.
snk4ever
Thanks for your reply, but in the meantime I acquired some new electronic toys so I'm not interested anymore. I hope you'll still sell your package easily !
Flandry
QUOTE(scottlfa @ Oct 7 2007, 09:54 PM) *
Would be willing to paypal for the CE-RH1.


It says here that it doesn't work with the C1000. Are you still interested?

Everything is still available, someone must want a Z!
scottlfa
Yes, checking into it though.
mfbrown
QUOTE(Flandry @ Oct 9 2007, 06:52 PM) *
QUOTE(scottlfa @ Oct 7 2007, 09:54 PM) *
Would be willing to paypal for the CE-RH1.


It says here that it doesn't work with the C1000. Are you still interested?

Everything is still available, someone must want a Z!



Hi. I am a bit confused about what is now on offer. I am interested if you can ship to UK - can you give a total price for everything on offer, and confirm whether or not you have found the small battery door?
Thanks,
Mark
Flandry
QUOTE(mfbrown @ Oct 10 2007, 01:06 PM) *
QUOTE(Flandry @ Oct 9 2007, 06:52 PM) *
QUOTE(scottlfa @ Oct 7 2007, 09:54 PM) *
Would be willing to paypal for the CE-RH1.


It says here that it doesn't work with the C1000. Are you still interested?

Everything is still available, someone must want a Z!



Hi. I am a bit confused about what is now on offer. I am interested if you can ship to UK - can you give a total price for everything on offer, and confirm whether or not you have found the small battery door?
Thanks,
Mark


Everything. wink.gif

The prices are as listed in the first post, but you can make a lower offer on something if you want, to be accepted at my discretion. Unless scottfla takes the CE-RH1, all of the things listed can be bought (including the Z) for $225 + shipping. I never received the small battery door from the original owner when i bought it a few years ago, so unfortunately, i can't include that.
Flandry
I found the Wifi card, so everything is available now. You can get a complete Z860 with memory cards, extra battery, and just about every accessory, for just $225+shipping.
mfbrown
QUOTE(Flandry @ Oct 14 2007, 06:45 PM) *
I found the Wifi card, so everything is available now. You can get a complete Z860 with memory cards, extra battery, and just about every accessory, for just $225+shipping.


Can you confirm cost of shipping to UK? Maybe you could email me on mfbrownatdoctorsdotorgdotuk? Thanks.
lumag
Hi,
Do you still have CE-VK1 or CE-RH1?
speculatrix
the RH1 can be modified to work with the C1000 and 3x00 - means modifying internal resistors. should be fairly straightforward to someone happy to wield a soldering iron. YMMV.
xamindar
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Oct 29 2008, 03:32 PM) *
the RH1 can be modified to work with the C1000 and 3x00 - means modifying internal resistors. should be fairly straightforward to someone happy to wield a soldering iron. YMMV.

Any more info on this?
speculatrix
some useful info on the GPIOs in the 7xx and 8xx models:
http://www.uguu.de/Zaurus#SCOOP_GPIO


try this thread for details of the resistor values:
http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=15333

HTH
Paul
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