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RE: [N8VEM-S100:230] S-100 dual IDE board
Hi! Thanks Mike! You are down for one S-100 IDE board as soon as they are
available. Sorry, I am out of the S-100 4MB SRAM boards although I can add
you to the waiting list for the next batch if you would like.
Ironically there were several of the S-100 4MB SRAM boards left over from
the last reorder and fortunately they've all gone out as a result of the
eBay auctions. Based on the results, I am thinking to revise my strategy
and do both the approaches of sending boards directly to their builders and
also a set of eBay auctions. This has dramatically reduced my concerns
about getting stuck with a bunch of left over PCBs no one wants. The eBay
auctions basically wiped out the surplus of S-100 4MB SRAM boards and those
S-100 parallel ASCII keyboard interface boards that had been sitting for
Hopefully it will also expand the S-100 home brew community enough that we
can start reordering PCBs at a faster pace. It is almost glacially slow now
but picking up over time. I think the next PCB reorders will be the S-100
buffered prototype boards and then the S-100 IDE board as soon as it wraps
up in the trace router.
Thanks and have a nice day!
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> Behalf Of mike
> Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2011 5:52 PM
> To: n8vem...@googlegroups.com
> Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:230] S-100 dual IDE board
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> Hi Andrew,
> Please put me down for one (1) IDE card.
> Also do you have any more of the 4M RAM cards, I could go for a couple
> more of those.
> I can wait of you want to send them all together.
> Kind Regards,
> Mike Sharkey
> On 11-05-27 07:29 PM, Andrew Lynch wrote:
> > Hi! I would like to place an order for S-100 dual IDE board. Please
> let me
> > know if you would like one so I can add you to the waiting list. These
> > redesign respins of the original S-100 IDE PCBs. There is a great page
> > S100computers.com describing the new board.
> > Thanks and have a nice day!
> > Andrew Lynch
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