Author Topic: [SOLD] 103-key Unicomp Ultra Classic (white/black), "like new", $50 shipped  (Read 2532 times)

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Offline ander

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The seller has now lowered the BIN price on this from $60 to $50 , still with free US shipping.

I'm finding it very hard not to buy it myself.  :?P

UNICOMP - Ultra Black Classic USB Keyboard UB40P3A





"...Used for less than six months.  Like new condition."

These are currently $94 + shipping new, including the "brilliant white" keys and 103-key layout option.
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That set of keys alone, with a space bar, would be nearly $40 delivered in the US.

Being brilliant white it is the perfect base set for a dye job.
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Great price for sure.
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Someone got a sweet deal. But then, the world needs more clickiness, so everyone's a winner IMHO.
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