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Is this real?

Edit: removed TAS link per forum agreement. BTW I'm not bidding, just curious.


Edited: 9 Dec 2012, 1:22 p.m.

IMHO this can't be #3 according to its S/N, despite the fact that the S/N mentioned in the ad was most probably read incorrectly.

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Edit: removed TAS link per forum agreement.

There is no such "agreement" or rule. Such links are fairly common here. Also, there is no need to use the cryptic "TAS" in place of "eBay".

OTOH, it is still common to use "TOS" to refer to one specific HP calculator site with which there have been allegations of copyrighted content irregularities.

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There is no such "agreement" or rule.

However there's another rule:

cf. Additional Terms of Use for Discussions About Ebay and Other Auction Sites

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If you refer to any specific auction(s), sellers(s), or user(s) of any auction/sales site, then you must include your ID at that auction/sales site.

Cheers

Thomas

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Such links are fairly common here.

... but of very limited value, since they will break after a comparably short time. So users of the archives won't benefit from them in any way.

Just my 20m€.

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... but of very limited value, since they will break after a comparably short time. So users of the archives won't benefit from them in any way.

As far as I am concerned, my primary interest for these forums lies in the present, as I live _now_ and buy my calculators _now_. Virtual people who may or may nol use the archives in an uncertain future of which I know nothing are of tertiary concern to me at best!

And should ever someone search these archives then he will be smart again not to follow weblinks from another century. But for the benefit of future generations I will state the final auction price of this item: Approx. 1100$ US. (and no, I didn't buy it!)

Edited: 11 Dec 2012, 2:50 a.m.