IMHO the i-Opener is way out of date. OLD TECH. Yea it's still good for surfin' the web or as a emulator but it's novelity has worn off...
Look at the IBM Netvista. They are all over and a slow moving item in the used market.
The last few weeks I have been cleaning out my 22'storage container. My local city government has just decided that it is a zoning violation after being there 3 years and has edicted thou shalt git rid of it!
I just had dumped approx 3-4 TONS of PC material from the 486 thru P-II 300 era that nobody wanted. Yea a few wanted to pick thru it and take a little of this and a little of that but the end result left me with 3 TONS of material (And a lot of wasted time) on it's way to the local landfill. (I kept approx 1 ton reallocated to a new hidden storage shed}.
Cases of BRAND NEW still in box 486 motherboards nobody wanted so they got dumped. Lots of Pentium 120-166 processors,
Older Ram modules, CASES, ETC, are now history.
So I truly believe the i-Opener is way past expired...Still a nice toy, but expired and on it's way to history.
Check the latest selling prices on e-bay. Under $50