Rare Atari 8 Bit Modem SX212 Tested ~ Very Good Vintage Used Condition For Sale

Rare Atari 8 Bit Modem SX212 Tested ~ Very Good Vintage Used Condition


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Rare Atari 8 Bit Modem SX212 Tested ~ Very Good Vintage Used Condition :
$43

Rare Vintage AtariSX2128 Bit Modem
The AtariSX212for use with: - the Atari ST series computers - any IBM compatible computer - any Atari 400/800, XL/XE been 'tested' as far as possible: - when plugged into a standard Atari 9V DC power supply the lights come on and go thru a power on sequence - I have no analog phone lines so the modem cannot be connected to the 'outside world'
The modem worked perfectly in the past when we used it and has been properly stored ever since
The standard Atari 9V power supply is not includedwith the modem.
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