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    Lunchbox Computer chasis

    For any of you gigging musicians looking for a portable ATX-board computer CASE, I'm selling mine. Perfect for making a VST instrument(s) for the gig...or for just your studio as I did for a few years.

    THIS IS THE CASE ONLY. So you have to build your own computer. Therefore how powerful it is, is up to. But it's basically a desktop computer with an on-the-go case.

    Comes with 15" screen and keyboard. Body is plastic. Can hold three HDs or two HDs and a DVD player. 7-slot side for a graphics card and PCI cards.

    Pictures here:
    http://homepage.mac.com/rshanlon2/PhotoAlbum26.html


    You can also go here to learn more about these kinds of cases
    http://www.lunchboxcomputers.com/lunchboxes/LC2000.htm
    to see what a lunchbox computer looks like.



    Selling it because I'm a Mac guy. G5 on the way. Looking to get all the work under one roof, so to speak.


    Looking for about US$500 (this price includes free shipping world wide) or best offer (may not include free shipping). I got it for US$1500 a few years ago (just the case!).

    Yu can PM me if you're interested. Thanks.
    Steve Hanlon, guitarist/composer
    Logic 7, PowerMac DP 2.0 (8- RAM slot model), 4GB RAM, OS 10.4.11
    UAD-1 Ultra Pak
    Lots of V.I. and sound effects
    Apogee Rosetta 200
    Great River ME-1NV
    Blue Sky Monitors

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    Re: Lunchbox Computer chasis

    Steve Hanlon, guitarist/composer
    Logic 7, PowerMac DP 2.0 (8- RAM slot model), 4GB RAM, OS 10.4.11
    UAD-1 Ultra Pak
    Lots of V.I. and sound effects
    Apogee Rosetta 200
    Great River ME-1NV
    Blue Sky Monitors

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