I have shittons of vintage hardware.
What is a realistic price to sell it?
Also, post your vintage hardware.
I saw people selling those on ebay for like 400 bucks.
Well, I have the first IBM PC with all accesories.
A bunch of commodores, Atari 2600. Texas Instruments.
IBM PC AT, IBM PC XT. Clicky keyboards and that kind of stuff.
Nan Tan 6151 XT/AT keyboard. This is just a stock image, but I found one of these in a recycling center bin a couple years ago, and it's been my main keyboard on my work machine ever since.
actually, i found 6 of these in a bin too. sold each of them for 100.
ppl literally threw money out of the windows.
well here in germany you can sell one for up to 80 euros per piece. (about 100 dollars)
you just need to sell them on ebay.
that would be a shame. id rathe sell it to a collector who handles this wonderful mashine with care.
i want to build an interface with which i can connect it to newer systems. but, i cant afford food so... i need to sell some of my beloved computers.
I would really post some moar pictures, but I store most of the mashines at my parents house.
Will probably host another trhead when I come over there to visit and i will take pictures.
currently i am building a sleeper pc out of an old IBM ps 2 60 case
i am using the universities internet shithead.
Since you live in Germany, you could check out this forum: http://www.planet3dnow.de/vbulletin/forumdisplay.php/92-Nostalgie-Ecke?
Many people there would be interested in your old hardware.
i have a ton of vintage hardware as well. i'd be interested to see what the market is like for this stuff, no so much for profiting, but to rehome them. throwing it away seems like such a waste.
personally i am interested in collecting unusual circuit boards and vintage ibm keyboards.
When I was in my teens and 20s I had about 80 vintage computers, including a PS/2 portable like OP's picture. Tons of Apple stuff going back to 1978, and some really rare shit like a Sinclair QL and an Australian copy of a Commodore 64.
I sold them all around the time I decided to stop being a shutin about five years. The only real, serious money I got was from some of the rare Apple and Mac equipment. The rest was sort of meh, but some of my nicer stuff had died in storage so I couldn't get top dollar for it.
A lot of the equipment I sold in big lots of Craigslist to avoid the shipping nightmare. Pic related--one of many lots I sold.