> > It does sound intersting as my MP120 has developed a humming sound
> > whenever it is turned on (and since there is no backlight it cannot be
> > attributed). Thus I am worrying about my MP120 and have thought of
> > a backup, yet $140 is a bit much.
> It's none of my business of course, but if you can get a good 2100 for the
> same price, why even contemplate a 130 ?
> Robert Benschop
Yes, I agree which is just another reason why I think $140 is a bit much
for an MP130. However I would like to possibly replace my MP120 (especially
if the humming/buzzing sound it is doing when on is an indication that
problems are occurring) with an MP130 (due to backlight and memory increase
over the MP120) since I can actually carry this size model(s) in most of my
pockets, albeit some a bit tightly. :-) And, while I adore my uMP2000 I
generally use this machine for school and business, while my MP120 is for
everyday address/phone numbers, appointments, and relaxation.
I felt the current eBay prices I see for MP130's of ~$40-70 US, depending
on what comes with it, was fair.
I hope you have been well, my friend.
Always remember, "Ad astra per aspera"...
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