Falcon Parts

Falcon Parts

Post by sf021 » Sat, 13 Nov 2004 09:25:07


Hello All,

If anyone is need of some a part for their falcon:

Falcon Keyboard
Falcon PSU
Falcon Shielding

I'll give these for a decent offer of moola or trade for some useful stuff
(hardware/software) for my soon to be re-cased falcon.

Thanks,

Sam F.
*** ia U.S.A.
Atari Computer Nut
C-Lab Falcon/CT060, 256mb Fastram,14mb STram, 4gig hdd
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by green12egg » Tue, 29 Mar 2005 23:50:01

Hi All,

I have the following parts for sale:

Falcon Keyboard $35.00

Falcon Power Supply $35.00

Falcon Case Shielding (shielding only, no case) $5.00

Falcon Mouse $10.00

The parts are all in excellent condition and work and work good.

Thanks

Samf
*** ia U.S.A.
Atari Computer Nut
C-Lab Falcon/CT60,
14mbST Ram, 256mb TTRam,
4Gig hdd, IDE DVD drive,
MagiC6.2

 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by Coda » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 01:59:34

Is there any such thing as a "Falcon mouse"? I thought the mice that
came with the Falcon were the standard ones that came with the ST?

Coda.
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by Ronald J. » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 03:03:16


Sam, you should get a hold of "Phantomm". :-)
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by Rustynut » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 09:57:19


The look the same, but the old ST mice are pretty clunky feeling
compared to the Falcon mouse. Don't know what the difference is.
Mike
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by Phanto » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 14:29:42


There are some slight differences in the ones I have gotten with the
Falcons,
and the 1040STe/ MegaSTe, and Mega ST that I have.
But they all are interchangable AFAIK.

However, I personally like the GoldenImage Mouse and some of the others
that were made for the Ataris.

Alot of my Atari Brand Mice have worn out buttons.

If I remember correctly, there was a cordless mouse or 2 made for the
Ataris.

I'd like to find a Optical Mouse, (One that doesn't use a Ball) to use
on
my Atari ST-Falcons. Anyone know if any were produced?


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Falcon Parts

Post by Coda » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 17:55:09

I think that you are probably better off getting an eiffell, and then
using a PC type mouse of your choice. Most USB mice still come with a
PS/2 converter, and the ones that dont will probably understand the
PS/2 protocol if they are plugged into one.
Either that, or wait a while for the CTLink/Ethernat and you can have
your pick of optical/wireless whatever... :-)

Coda.
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by green12egg » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 22:32:04

Hi All,

The Falcon Mouse is actually the standard Atari mouse that shipped with the Falcons.

Thanks and have a great week,

Samf
*** ia U.S.A.
Atari Computer Nut
C-Lab Falcon/CT60,
14mbST Ram, 256mb TTRam,
4Gig hdd, IDE DVD drive,
MagiC6.2
 
 
 

Falcon Parts

Post by Derryck Cr » Thu, 31 Mar 2005 22:14:13

On 2005-03-29 06:29:42 +0100, "Phantom" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > said:


SOME Atari mouse switches can be replaced with microswitches FWIW.

--
Derryck

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/ http://www.yqcomputer.com/ /
 
 
 

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Post by Jim DeCler » Thu, 31 Mar 2005 23:27:56

All of mine can. The problem is that there is, from the only sources I
know of, a minimum order charge, and a postage charge, so that one
switch can cost about 10 USD. I bought a lot of the little switches, and
have used a few of them. My mice all click.

Jim


Derryck Croker < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:

: On 2005-03-29 06:29:42 +0100, "Phantom" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > said:

: > Alot of my Atari Brand Mice have worn out buttons.

: SOME Atari mouse switches can be replaced with microswitches FWIW.

: --
: Derryck

: / DDP Translations /
: / http://www.yqcomputer.com/ /



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