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Trekiej 
SVGA Monitors
Posted on 1-Sep-2019 19:53:54
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Anyone here looking to buy VGA/SVGA monitors?
I may be getting a trailer load of them in a few months.


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Re: SVGA Monitors
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Here is some of what I have.
1. Radius TPD/21 not tested Qty 1
2. SGI GDM-20D11 not tested Maybe 4
3. Sun GDM-17E10 not tested At least 1
4.Sun 447Z Works Qty 1


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