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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #270 on: 2016.December.14. 18:44:48 »
The prices are being increased artificially, if there was so much interest in the Enterprise, surely an avalanche would be noticed on this website.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #271 on: 2016.December.15. 08:38:55 »
The seller says it is a never used computer, and it's box is also in good condition, probably this is the reason of so high price.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #272 on: 2016.December.15. 09:00:17 »
It is not the only case, see the price put by other Enterprise sellers.

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« Reply #273 on: 2016.December.15. 11:36:41 »

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« Reply #274 on: 2016.December.15. 13:09:37 »

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« Reply #275 on: 2016.December.15. 13:11:24 »
... or motivation to build a clone ;D

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #276 on: 2016.December.15. 15:04:52 »
... or motivation to build a clone ;D

printing the case is more expensive than this ebay items...
A diplomás magyar programozó megcsinált egy pacmant egy év alatt, majd lefikázta a világ legjobb játékait. :D

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« Reply #277 on: 2016.December.15. 17:24:03 »
Just a few years and could be worth it.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #279 on: 2016.December.19. 01:37:15 »
This seller, is the one who sold me the exdos controller, spectrum elemulator, and the Enterprise mouse, is serious.
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #280 on: 2016.December.21. 15:27:23 »

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #281 on: 2016.December.21. 18:23:12 »
printing the case is more expensive than this ebay items...

Maybe not with a case, but building clones of the main chips used in 8-bit computers is not unusual, there is even a recent Hungarian project to reimplement the TED chip used in the Commodore 16/Plus/4. It should be possible to do something similar for the NICK and DAVE as well.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #282 on: 2017.January.07. 19:38:46 »
Fishertechnik Robot Interface 30520.



Used on the Enterprise Fishertechnik robot arm tests at ENTERPRISE Computers GmbH:



Unfortunately the Ebay offer doesn't have the PC Centronics lead, but on the other side it is not necessary as the Enterprise uses an  edge connector.

The pinout and details can be found here.

It can have interesting uses, aside of managing the robot arm, because the interface allows the control of four motors, switches and sensors:



A little overpriced compared with this web page.
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #283 on: 2017.January.28. 17:16:27 »
Boxed EP64 from Spain. (Including one original joystick adapter.)

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #284 on: 2017.January.28. 19:52:04 »
Mmmm....

But, here in Spain only the EP128 was offered....

The original unopened joystick adapter in the box confirms it, because I knew the technician of the seller on Spain. They manufactured their own adapters and cables. I bought from them a Monitor RGB cable.

On the other side, the main plug is not of the English type, so probably it comes from another European country.
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