Good price. Not mine.
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do you know what model it's based off of? IIRC, I thought it was the PB 520/540 series. One just wonders about what upgrades you could make to it...
Bought 'em!! Thanks Tom (I think . . .), I had a hankering for one of these long ago, and now I'll have two!!
im pretty sure they are based off the 5300 series but thats just something i read this morning after i saw this post. i never knew they made such a thing.
alk actually has one.
I was wondering what they were, apparently based off the 5300. Who was it who built them? could not have been apple, but i'm sure they helped.
Are they actually prototypes, or were they in production?
oh yeah, here's a page with some pictures:
These were made by Assistive Technology and based on the 5300.
The seller had another pair, which I purchased myself.