(1) Memorex Markette 8" Floppy Disks for Vintage Computer Imsai Altair +++ For Sale

(1) Memorex Markette 8


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(1) Memorex Markette 8" Floppy Disks for Vintage Computer Imsai Altair +++:
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(1) Memorex Markette 8" Floppy Disks for Vintage Computer Imsai Altair +++ (1) Memorex Markette 8" Floppy Disks for Vintage Computer Imsai Altair +++ Available for sale we have several factory sealed boxes of Memorex Markette disks, part 32013060. Each box contains ten disks. These are obviously new, but as these are nearly 40 years old, we cannot make any guarantees regarding their operational status. With this in mind all are being sold as-is.IMPORTANT: You will only receive what is photographed. If it is not shown in the photos, it is not included in the sale. This includes items such as original packaging, accessories, manuals, and so on. Speaking of manuals, it is strongly recommended that you thoroughly read it before attempting to operate the equipment. If a manual is not included in this sale, you should be able to download one for free online. Lastly, if you have any questions regarding the item being sold, please feel free to ask. We're here to help!



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