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Old 15th April 2003, 02:49 AM   #1
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Default 2 13" LCD monitors - Molex power connector.

I've posted here about these before. People seemed really really interested in them so I said I would post here next time I wanted to sell one. Well, I've decided to sell two more. It is a 13" 800x600 LCD monitor, and for power it uses a molex connector like a hard drive or something would. You can also get an AT computer power supply and use that for power. I've sold about 30 in the past, people just love them! Asking $140 shipped. Here is the description I have used on another forum:
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I have a 13" 800x600 LCD TFT monitor up for sale. This isn't just any LCD monitor...no no...this ones special. It has a regular VGA connector and for power uses a regular molex connector like you would have on a hard drive. Also has built in speakers. It does not have a base, but it does have a stand that it supports itself on. (see pics) Comes with a short VGA cable, but you can hook up any regular VGA cable to it. This would make a really cool case mod, or maybe you could use it in your car. The on/off switch is not working, but you could hook it up if you wanted to. The case around some of the LCD's is a bit scuffed and scratched, but nothing major. There are no scratches or anything on the screen. The front buttons are now functional! The LCD panel is made by IBM, I beleive it is also used on inspiron laptops. The screen is in perfect condition, with absolutely no scratches. I was told it is 13", but I think it may be 13.3", or it could be something different. I dont have anything to measure it with, but 13" looks correct. I am asking $140 shipped. I have a pile of good ebay feedback for username zmoz, and I am PayPal verified in every way you can be. I can also send an S3 Stealth Pro 2000 2mb PCI video card if you plan on using this as a second monitor for $10. Email me @ zmoz1 at aol.com. I use one of these as a digital picture frame...it is really nice.
Pics:
http://home.attbi.com/~zmoz/LCD_case_front.JPG
http://home.attbi.com/~zmoz/LCD_start.JPG
http://home.attbi.com/~zmoz/LCD_on_stand.JPG
http://home.attbi.com/~zmoz/LCD_back_with_case.JPG
http://www.zmoz.com/DSCF0053.JPG with a stand I built for it
(please don't judge the screen quality by the picture, the camera makes it look horrible)
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Old 19th April 2003, 07:50 PM   #2
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One of them has been sold...one left...
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Old 24th April 2003, 01:15 AM   #3
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Had a buyer for the last one...but he backed out so it's still available...
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