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Old 27 August 2004, 19:07   #1
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Exclamation Toshiba Timm Amiga Monitor

Ive been scouring around the net trying to find what is the best monitor for the Amiga, and I got a little bit of info about this certain type.


I dont know so much about the price tag...what do one of these things normally go for in the US?

EDIT: I also searched EBay, and came up with nothing...
Is this as rare as I think it is?
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Old 27 August 2004, 19:53   #2
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They're decent monitors, although they suffer from a bad dot pitch, fishbowl lense, and are pyhsically huge. If you can find one for $100 or so it's a good investment. (Keep checking eBay and the local papers, they blew these out at Sam's for $200 about 10 years ago).
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Old 27 August 2004, 20:08   #3
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$100 wouldnt be bad for one huh...

How much do they usually end up selling for on EBay? I may go that route.
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