touchpads for Macs
jtabooli at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 20 19:04:01 PST 2001
Thanks for the tip! I'll check it out. Julie
--- Dan Baker <drbaker at eskimo.com> wrote:
> Have you tried contacting RE-PC (206-623-9151, ~1500
> S. 6th Ave.
> Seattle)? They sell used and older equipment and
> typically quite a bit of
> equipment for the mac and pc. There are a couple of
> other used computer
> parts stores in the Seattle area also, but I've only
> been to
> RE-PC. Sometimes you have to go there and just
> search through the bins
> (sorta like going to Boeing Surplus). I've found
> some great deals there on
> hard-to-find items. Some of the stuff is cheap
> enough that you can
> experiment with it and not worry about losing too
> much money if you screw
> something up.
> Good luck,
> Dan Baker
> At 18:13 3/19/2001, you wrote:
> >Does anyone know where I can buy a touchpad for an
> >older Mac (Powermac 7100) that has a ADB connector?
> >All I've found are the Cirque Glidepoint touchpads
> >they've discontinued those compatible with ADB
> >A compatible used touchpad would be fine. Thanks!
> >Julie Conklin
> >Do You Yahoo!?
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> Daniel R. Baker, Ph.D.
> Kinetic Research & Design
> "Biomedical Systems and Solutions"
> 13203 39th Ave. NE, Suite 101
> Seattle, WA 98125-4615 USA
> 206.361.8324 (phone)
> 206.417.7873 (fax)
> drbaker at eskimo.com
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