Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

iPaq pain

I eventually found a suitable power supply in the drawer with all the other old computer crap, but it looks like the iPaq's battery is completely dead, as in so dead that the iaPaq doesn't recognize it as an HP battery and won't charge it. It costs around £10-12 for a replacement, but I doubt it's worth it. I doubt I'd be able to sell it for much more than that, and it's really a bit old to be useful. Annoyingly, the iPaq seems to be working apart from that.

Any thoughts? Does ebaying it seem the best bet?

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