Considering a DOC2000 48MB is listed for about $200 and the whole webplayer would be about $500,
buying a webplayer is always a SUPER deal in my thoughts
If I had some extra cash I would be buying lots-a-them.
I didn't think it was a bad deal. 122.90 was the cheapest I've gotten one for. Last one was $140 shipping included from a private seller, not ebay. This one is for spare parts. If I had the money I'd get more.
Order Description: Boundless Virgin WebPlayer 200MHZ Internet Appliance * 64MB SODIMM * 10" DSTN LCD * 56K V.90 * Audio * IR Keyboard * Linux OS
Total Order Amount (Including Shipping & Handling): $ 122.9Chuck
The Webplayer I recevied from Boundless through Ubid does not have a password to protect changing the ISP. In fact, it seems that it's set-up from the factory to have the ISP set by the user when first turned on.
I purchased 7 of these from ubid so far, and only 4 of them have worked, the others are being returned. It seems that they are refurbished and far from new condition on some of them (the 3rd i received had a cracked case). However, still a good deal if youre looking for parts. Its more of a gamble than anything.
I purchased one on Ubid when it was $119. It is in perfect condition. Looks new. Got 2 more at the $109 price that arrived today (and still sitting in driveway). We'll see..... I sure like (can't remember who's) idea about using an extra base for all the add-ins. If one is funcky may use it for that."Ah crapola....sorry for the multiple posts..." (Greenspark)
I received my webplayer from ubid in perfect condition (the trackball on the keyboard was slightly used) but a little soap and water cleaned that to new condition again. The OS on it was excellent...all you need to do is enter the phone num, user name and pass and it works. I'm eventually going to install a 12 GB hd to play mp3s and such but right out of the box it's definitely worth the $130.
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