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AKA TidalWaveTiburon
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Hey I came across a few things I no longer want and I figured since it is the holidays someone might want these as gifts.

Open for trades, I need 256MB or higher of PC133 SODIMM Laptop Memory



Compaq Wireless keyboard and mouse W/ software $23 shipped OBO


Part #: 26-750

Condition: New
Packaging: Retail Box
Ship Weight: 3.5 lbs
Manufacturer: Compaq
MFG Part #: 26-750

Use just about any surface near your computer as your workspace! No mousepad required, No wires to clutter your desk!

Add wireless freedom, stylish looks, and one-touch features to your desktop. This Compaq wireless keyboard provides customizable keys, optical mouse technology, and a comfortable, ergonomic design. Comfort and performance never looked so good.





Features/Specifications:

* Compaq Wireless Desktop w/Optical Mouse

* General Features:
* Internet keyboard with foldable palm rest
* 19 programmable Windows hot key
* Maintenance-free 800 dpi optical mouse with scroll wheel
* Up to 6-foot range
* 27 MHz wireless operation
* Fully compatible with Windows 98 or later
* Wireless Keyboard Features:
* Nineteen (19) programmable Windows hot keys
* 104 key layout
* Stylish grey and silver design
* 27 MHz wireless operation

* Wireless Optical Scroll Mouse feature:
* Stylish grey and silver design
* Ergonomically scroll wheel designed
* 27 MHz wireless operation
* Five function buttons
* Scroll wheel acts as fifth button

* Wireless Desktop Receiver Feature:
* 27 MHz wireless operation
* Stylish grey and silver design
* USB, PS/2 combo receiver
* Three foot cable length

* Regulatory Approvals:
* FCC
* CE

Package Includes:

* Compaq Wireless Desktop w/Optical Mouse
* Wireless receiver
* Installation CD
* Users manual

Additional Information:

* Notes:
* Retail Package may show some wear, may not be suitable for display
* Model: 260-0750
* UPC: 0 40293 00097 4

* Product Requirements:
* Available USB, PS/2 ports
* Four (4) AA batteries
 

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I might buy those golf balls from you. I'll let you know tomorrow if i can.
 

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DeShark said:
I might buy those golf balls from you. I'll let you know tomorrow if i can.

Cool :) .............
 

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A few more things added
 

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Morning bump
 

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All PM's replied to and prices lowered
 

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Golfs Balls SOLD, Everything else is still open to offers
 

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I have been getting a bunch of questions on the 76000 in 1 video asking how many games it comes with? It says it have 7600 games, but honestly I have no clue because I never used it, but it does have a cartridge expansion slot on the controller. I will try to find out some more information today
 

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New items added :)
 

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Bat and Jersey Sold :D
 

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Ok here is all the info I found on the 76000 in 1 video game system


Power Player Super Joy III

The Power Player Super Joy III consoles (now known as Power Games) are a line of unauthorized handheld Nintendo Entertainment System/Famicom clones manufactured by NRTRADE that are sold in North America, Brazil, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The system resembles a Nintendo 64 controller and attaches to a TV set. NTSC, PAL and SÉCAM versions are available. They all use a custom "NES-on-a-chip" (NOAC) that is an accurate copy of the NES's hardware (Custom 6502, PPU, PAPU, etc).

The consoles come with 76 built-in games, although marketing frequently claims to have 1,000+ ways of playing them. Most of the included games were originally released for the NES or Famicom, but some have been created by the manufacturer to expand their list of included games. Most of the games have had their title screen graphics removed to save space on the ROM chip, not to mention a company logo removal trick for reduced liability.

After this product gained some popularity, the Power Player 3.5, an improved model with more games, was released. A wireless version of Power Games was also released.

Technical aspects

See Nintendo Entertainment System's technical specifications for more info.

* Can support Japanese Famicom cartridges.
* has composite and audio outputs.
* Is able to run unlicensed NES/Famicom games.

List of built-in games

Notes:

* On version 3.0 of PPSJ, all these items duplicated themselves circa 1000 times hence the claim to have 76,000 games built in, however version 3.5 has a more honest description and uses the titles once.
* More games can be played if a Famicom cartridge is inserted or a NES cartridge with an import adaptor is used.
* Many of the game titles in the system menu are abbreviated, are misspelled, use alternate names for the game, or are simply wrong (e.g. Burgertime and Pacman). In this list, an effort has been made to use the proper name for the games, with the PPSJ menu name in parenthesis for known differences.
* This game incorporates menu selection sounds from the game Action 52.

Built-in games include:

* 10-Yard Fight
* 1942
* Aladdin III (a.k.a. "Magic Carpet 1001", taken directly from the "Caltron/Myriad 6-in-1" cartridge)
* Antarctic Adventure (listed as "ANTARCTIC")
* Arkanoid (listed as "ARKONOID")
* Balloon Fight
* Baseball
* Battle City (in the ROM, the title screen says Tank A 1990 or Tank M 1990, and in the game selection menu, it is listed multiple times, as both "DESERT TANK" and "SPEED TANK")
* Binary Land (listed as "BINARY & LAND")
* Bird Week
* Bomberman (listed as "BOMBERMAN")
* Burgertime Listed as BURGER TIME, but this ROM is definitely not Burgertime.
* Championship Lode Runner (listed as "LODE RUNNER 2")
* Circus Charlie (also listed as "TOY STORY" and "CIRCUS CHABLIF")
* Clay Shoot (listed as "CLAY SHOOTING") was actually part of Duck Hunt.
* Clu Clu Land
* Contra
* Devil World
* Dig Dug
* Door Door
* Donkey Kong, Jr. (listed as "DONKEY KONG 2" and "MONKEY")
* Donkey Kong, Jr. Math (listed as "CALCULATOR")
* Duck Hunt
* Elevator Action
* Excitebike
* Exerion
* F-1 Race
* Field Combat (listed as "COMBAT")
* Formation Z
* Front Line
* Galaga (as "GALAZA")
* Golf
* Gomoku Narabe (listed as "Chess", "Five Chess" or "Chinese Chess")
* Gyrodine
* Raid on Bungeling Bay (listed as "Helicopter")
* Hogan's Alley
* Ice Climber
* Joust
* Karateka (listed as "Tekken")
* Lunar Pool (listed as "LUNAR BALL")
* Macross
* Magic Jewelry
* Mario Bros.
* Mappy (listed incorrectly as "PACMAN")
* Mighty Bomb Jack
* Millipede
* Ninja Kun (listed incorrectly as "Ninja I")
* Nuts & Milk(listed incorrectly as "Milk & Nuts")
* Brush Roller (listed as "Brush Roll" and "Paint")
* Pinball
* Pooyan
* Popeye
* Road Fighter
* Slalom
* Sky Destroyer
* Space Invaders (listed as "SPACE ET")
* Spartan X (listed as "SPARTANX," more commonly known as "Kung Fu Master")
* Sqoon
* Star Force
* Star Gate
* Super Arabian (listed as "ARABIAN")
* Super Dynamix
* Super Mario Bros.
* Tag Team Match M.U.S.C.L.E. (listed as "WWF")
* Tennis
* Tetris (Tengen game) (as "Tetris 2")
* Twinbee
* Urban Champion
* Warpman (listed incorrectly as "BURGERTIME")
* Wild Gunman
* World Soccer
* Yie-Ar Kung Fu (listed as "King of Fighter")
 

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Well almost everything is SOLD, except for the Sims and the keyboard. Open to ALL offers of any kind
 

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Sims 2 is finally SOLD! Well the only thing left is the keyboard. Someone wants this :) Offers?
 
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