Computer Peripherals for sale

What follows are descriptions of items and any pictures, if available or applicable. Each item or type of item has an item number. If you wish to reserve an item, make note of the item number, the title and the price, plus any other cost or shipping detail.

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NOTICE: Devices that can be turned on have been turned on and photographed with at least the lights on and screen lit up (and I will note if the unit is known to not be working). However, I can't do exhaustive testing on these devices and parts, so ALL items are considered "AS IS" and there are no returns, no support and no refunds.

#490 Iomega Bernoulli 8" 10 Megabyte Cartridges with storage sleeve $2 each or 10 for $15 (plus SHIPPING) 1.25 lbs each
The "Bernoulli box" came to market in 1983 and was adopted by Tandy for use as a backup system for both PC/DOS systems as well as XENIX systems. Tandy/Radio Shack sold the "thinline" version of the drives under the "Tandy Disk Cartridge System" name. Model 16/16B/6000 versions of XENIX were the first to support the drive, but later it was ported to XENIX-286 and then to XENIX-386 and SCO UNIX-386 systems.
10 Megabyte media has been formatted in 2015 or more recently, and can be formatted to use on any OS platform that originally supported the drives.
(The 10 Megabyte 8" drive can be identified as having a black media release button, while 20 Megabyte 8" drives have white media release buttons).
No photo available

#491 Iomega Bernoulli 8" 20 Megabyte Cartridges with storage sleeve $3 each (plus SHIPPING) - quantities limited 1.25 lbs each
The "Bernoulli box" came to market in 1983 and was adopted by Tandy for use as a backup system for both PC/DOS systems as well as XENIX systems. Tandy/Radio Shack sold the "thinline" version of the drives under the "Tandy Disk Cartridge System" name. Model 16/16B/6000 versions of XENIX were the first to support the drive, but later it was ported to XENIX-286 and then to XENIX-386 and SCO UNIX-386 systems.
20 Megabyte media has been formatted in 2015 or more recently, and can be formatted to use on any OS platform that originally supported the drives.
CAUTION: The 20 Megabyte media can only be used in the 20 Megabyte drives. DO NOT place 20 Megabyte media in a 10 Megabyte drive, as it will be instantly converted to 10 Megabyte media, destroying any contents that the media originally had.
(The 20 Megabyte 8" drive can be identified as having a white media release button, while 10 Megabyte 8" drives have black media release buttons).
No photo available

#490 Iomega Bernoulli 8" 10 Megabyte Cartridges with storage sleeve $2 each or 10 for $15 (plus SHIPPING) 1.25 lbs each
The "Bernoulli box" came to market in 1983 and was adopted by Tandy for use as a backup system for both PC/DOS systems as well as XENIX systems. Tandy/Radio Shack sold the "thinline" version of the drives under the "Tandy Disk Cartridge System" name. Model 16/16B/6000 versions of XENIX were the first to support the drive, but later it was ported to XENIX-286 and then to XENIX-386 and SCO UNIX-386 systems.
10 Megabyte media has been formatted in 2015 or more recently, and can be formatted to use on any OS platform that originally supported the drives.
(The 10 Megabyte 8" drive can be identified as having a black media release button, while 20 Megabyte 8" drives have white media release buttons).
No photo available

#491 Iomega Bernoulli 8" 20 Megabyte Cartridges with storage sleeve $3 each (plus SHIPPING) - quantities limited 1.25 lbs each
The "Bernoulli box" came to market in 1983 and was adopted by Tandy for use as a backup system for both PC/DOS systems as well as XENIX systems. Tandy/Radio Shack sold the "thinline" version of the drives under the "Tandy Disk Cartridge System" name. Model 16/16B/6000 versions of XENIX were the first to support the drive, but later it was ported to XENIX-286 and then to XENIX-386 and SCO UNIX-386 systems.
20 Megabyte media has been formatted in 2015 or more recently, and can be formatted to use on any OS platform that originally supported the drives.
CAUTION: The 20 Megabyte media can only be used in the 20 Megabyte drives. DO NOT place 20 Megabyte media in a 10 Megabyte drive, as it will be instantly converted to 10 Megabyte media, destroying any contents that the media originally had.
(The 20 Megabyte 8" drive can be identified as having a white media release button, while 10 Megabyte 8" drives have black media release buttons).
No photo available

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