[NTLK] NTLK Warehouse
woodysmith at me.com
Fri Apr 13 13:16:03 EDT 2012
do you have a link?
On Apr 13, 2012, at 10:29 AM, Ed Carter wrote:
> I still have around 20 eMates we purchased from a school which my
> son has
> been detailing, doing the hinge repair, and installing a
> standard rechargeable AA battery tray (externally rechargeable only
> - we
> don't have enough power supplies to go around so this is the best
> way for
> us to provide these) and putting on a clean software load. He's been
> selling them one at a time on eBay over the past 5 months - but if
> runs out of eMates and someone still wants one (or if you'd like
> else to do the cleanup on one you pickup from Stefan) he can do a
> discounted transaction off list - or point you to our eBay auctions
> list if interested.
> I'd encourage everyone to work first with Stefan to purchase eMates
> as he
> has done a great service to us by taking on this whole shipment (I'm
> on his
> list for items too!) This is just a suggestion to help those who may
> strike out picking one up this round...
> Ed Carter
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 11:46 PM, Forrest Buffenmyer <
> newtonphoenix at mindspring.com> wrote:
>> I would be interested in an eMate, as I've never had one. I
>> suppose, short
>> of disassembly, there's no way of knowing which--
>> if any--have had the hinge repair done?
>> Have you quoted a price for the eMates yet?
>> On Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 7:30 pm Stefan Thorsteinson wrote:
>>> There are 60 MP2100's, 700
>>> MP2000's(Some are MPU's), 7 eMates, 3 110's, 4 120's, and 13
>>> 130's. I've
>>> found 3 eMates so far and have sifted through about 100 MP2X00's.
>>> requests thus far, I'm pretty sure everyone will be happy.
>> (Sent wirelessly using Mail V from my MP2100)
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