View Full Version : Micronik 1200 Zorro/PCI SIMM board

14th April 2008, 10:50
I found this (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280217493416&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:GB:1123) thanks to my usual search. After looking into it deeper i found that it is actually this:-

Micronik A1200 Z-1i & Z-2i (6860)
MicroniK Amiga A1200 Interface trapdoor slot

Micronik Z-1i (6860 rev5.4)
5 Zorro II slots
1 extended video slot
2 PCI slots
2 ISA slots
Micronik Z-2i (6860 rev5.4)
all features of Micronik Z-1i
two 72 pin SIMM sockets for up to 8 MB RAM
the ISA and video slots are inline with Zorro slots
the PCI slots cannot be accessed by the Amiga in any way
the video slot can be activated with the optional Video Slot Adapter
connects to the trapdoor slot - the connector is passed through for accelerator cards

A almost useless card if the PCI slots cannot be used and even if they did work then the price is redicularse. But then the same guy is selling an external SD/FF for 179.00. His only realistic SP is for a 1260 with SCSI for 299.00.

14th April 2008, 15:26
But it is ebay so you can't blame members for trying to get as much as they can. If I were to sell something like my A4000 I know I would try to get as much as I could.

14th April 2008, 18:01
1260 with SCSI for 299.00 I would suggest is about 100 pounds over the odds.
I doubt very much anyone will pay the asking price but will watch with interest.

14th April 2008, 18:04
There's wanting a good price and then theres being greedy. I've always used the SP of an ebay item as the minimum i would accept and he's priced a used Zorro2 board with no add ons at a higher price than a brand new mediator. If that sells then i'll sell my ZIV with CV64/3d and buy myself a brand new Mediator and Graphics card and still have enough change for an AmigaOne.

14th April 2008, 18:19
It is strange how prices on ebay can sometimes go. Sometimes things I know should be worth much more are seen going for silly low prices, whereas other times you see an item shoot up in price and end at a really high price with loads of bids, when the same item can still be purchased in shops for much less. Tis mad!