Anyone looking to buy a Firebee?

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Anyone looking to buy a Firebee?

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I've had mine for several years and it never gets much use so I figured I'd see if anyone else would be interested in it. It works fine and I just updated it to the latest firmware bundle. It got it early so it's just for the board, no PSU, case, CF cards, etc.

Any questions, drop me a PM.

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Re: Anyone looking to buy a Firebee?

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are u in s.w. Ontario? wjhats fair price for a fire bee?
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Re: Anyone looking to buy a Firebee?

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I'm also in SW Ontario (Hamilton area) and could be convinced to sell mine (with pink case and battery, and I think I even have the original packaging somewhere). I don't use it and feel bad about it just sitting here.
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Re: Anyone looking to buy a Firebee?

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I'd buy a firebee, as long as we can agree on a reasonable price.

I have a couple ST's that I use regularly for email and I'd love to "upgrade"!
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Where is your battery?! Going without one, at least results in a complete NVRAM reset at every power off, …
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