Tel 01935 25974
Martin Wilson, 32 Grass Royal, Yeovil, Somerset, BA21 4JW
Intel 486SX25 chip £6 Intel 486SX33 chip £7 Intel 286 8mhz £3
Acer 486SX20, 250meg HD, 3.5 HD floppy, 4meg RAM, PS2 mouse and keyboard,
SVGA graphics 256k memory, VGA colour monitor, lots of software. MSDOS
6.22 and Windows for workgroups installed plus games(Doom etc(shareware)),
applications like Works/lotus smartsuite and utilities/languages. £280
inclusive which is roughly £295+VAT. Note:250meg is actual capacity not
compressed. Very stylish system.
720k 3.5 double density and drive in frame. For XT pcs £18
20meg MFM hard drive £19 (tested)
210meg IDE hard drive (western digital caviar) £65 (perfect)
CompuAdd DX2-80 4meg,210meg HD, keyboard, Colour monitor, sound card, 3.5 hd
floppy, fast vesa based SVGA graphics. Complete with mouse, mags, lots of
installed software £350
Apple Macintosh LC3 (accelerated to 33mhz), 4meg, 80 meg HD, keyboard, mouse
etc. Excellent condition. VGA adaptor for linking to PC monitors. Lots of
installed software. Hard drive stacked to 160meg, Ram doubled using RAM
RM Nimbus 386 25mhz, 4meg, 80meg HD(doubled to 160), 512k Svga vesa
graphics, mouse and keyboard, mono monitor £190. Nice system. Could be
converted to 486 using Texas 386 to 486 chip with double speed operation for
upto 4x speed increase.
EPSON 8088 MCGA PC, 640k RAM, 3.5 720k disk drive, modern 256 colour
graphics, Extended keyboard, mouse, well built and stylish system, probably
the last XT made, 20meg IDE hard drive with lots of installed software, mono
VGA monitor £85
Apple 2 Europlus, 16k language card, Z80 CPM card (plus extensive manuals),
80 column card, Mono monitor, disk drive and disk controller card,
manual,software, Apple Silentype printer+interface, printer manual £50
Apple 2 Europlus + 16k language card, 80 column card, disk controller card,
disk drive, manuals and software £45. Requires monitor (single phono
connection for composite output) Will work with normal BBC mono monitors.
Electron including plus 1, Cumana Disc interface with Slogger DFS
conversion. Cased 5 1/4 80T double sided drive, View cartridge, manuals,
datacorder, cassette and disk software. Lots of Electron User magazines,
Philips Colour monitor(also suitable for Archimedes/consoles etc) £100
As above but AP4 interface instead of Cumana £100.
Betacom Murata F20 facsimile machine £110 including insured postage.
Loewe 15" FST Television/monitor, removable tinted glass screen, tilt stand,
Sleek remote control, full teletext, fully wired scart socket and medium res
tube for excellent computer graphics, headphone socket, 50 channels, very
futuristic styling, As seen on Red Dwarf, Cost £430 sell for £145 inclusive.
Its five years old and in excellent condition. Loewe is a high price niche
brand like B & O. It can be upgraded to NTSC and Secam compatibility if the
boards are still available.
Various Amstrad NC100 spares(no working displays).
BishopsGate Terminal. Its the size of a PC extended keyboard in fact it is
a PC extended keyboard but its been enhanced inside with a built in modem,
serial ports, graphics output. It comes with a PSU and has RGB output that
will work with normal BBC monitors/scart tvs etc. Its compact size and
serial ports means it could be used with the BBC as a remote keyboard by
redirecting the BBCs input from its own keyboard to the serial port.
Ideal for wordprocessing. £15 inclusive. Manuals are still available from
Bishopsgate at about a fiver. The fact that it has RGB means it may be
configured for viewdata/teletext type services.
ICL One Per Desk, Sinclair QL based communications computer, 128k RAM, 68008
processor, twin microdrives, Monochrome monitor, built in 2,400 modem,
speech synthesiser, telephone. Includes business software in Rompack
extension. Includes all original manuals and original microdrive cartridges.
You can program it to answer phone automatically and use the speech
synthesiser to speak to the caller( wierd!), it has RS232 connections for a
serial printer. Its all setup from different menus and unlike the QL Basic
has to be loaded from cartridge. The built in ROM contains all the
communications software etc. £40 inclusive.
Spectrum Plus 3 £45, Spectrum Plus 2 £35. Vic20 £15, C16 £25, Amiga 500 with
colour monitor £150, Double Profighter 32meg £210,NES with game and 2
14way ribbon cable, bare ended 2-4metres £1.50
25way Ribbon cable, 25way D connector to 34way IDC. This is the cable from
a Master Compact to its internal 3.5 drive. £3.00
20way Ribbon cable, 20way IDC to bare end 1.5m. Suit replacement cable to
item that uses user port(mouse/eprom programmer) £2
34way multicoloured ribbon cable 1ft 50p
14way ribbon 2-4m bare £1.50
16way ribbon 1-2m bare £1.25
20way IDC to 20way IDC .66m £2.50
20way IDC to bare end 1.5m £1.50
20way IDC to bare end 2m £1.50
34way IDC to 34way IDC (very short for internal disk drive) £1
50way IDC connector(previously used so would need to be carefully removed
and reinserted on another cable) .75p
36way centronics plug to 36way centronics plug 1.5 metres (printer to
printer buffer type cable) £5
16way ribbon 1.5ft 75p
26way ribbon 2ft 75p
25way ribbon 15cm 50p
20way ribbon 2ft 50p
14way ribbon 2-3m £1.25
keyboard connector cable. 17way £2.50
12way cable like above £3
20way IDC + 7pin din plug(1.5m 20 way ribbon) to 25way D connector(female)
20way IDC(7cm 20 way ribbon) 20way edge connector £3
14way ribbon 1ft 75p
8pin Din plug (spectrum 128/+2/+3/CPC+) 85p, 8pin Din Plug (megadrive mk1) £1, 6
pin D plug (BBC/Elk/CPC) 75p, 23D connector+cover(amiga monitor) £2, Scart plug
£1.25 plus others.
Kettle leads. Normal mains plug to large 3pin connector. As used by
Compact and PCs. £4
Compact phono to phono with lowloss cable(monochrome monitor) £2.50
Compact phono to scart with lowloss cable(videotitling etc) £4 BBC to BBC
RS423 cable(5pin domino to 5pin domino) £7
BBC to Microvitec RGB monitor £2.50
SCSI cable, 25way D connector to 50way centronics £9
All cables/connectors inclusive of postage and packing. Most are one offs.
Large Reflector telescope with motorised tripod(preferably Tasco).
Old computer magazines(free to very cheap) like BBC, Spectrum, multi,
consoles, mac, apple, PC from early 80s to recent. In fact any computer
really except for mags with very low editorial like Micromart and a lot of
Old cover/PD compilation CDROMs for PC/Mac/ST/Amiga/Arch etc cheap.
One of those sophisticated joystick things that work with Elite. Not a
standard type BBC joystick.
Always willing to haggle, swop, part exchange either way or just help out
if I can.