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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

  Single Family Home In Sachse, Texas 75048

Texas is a very temperate place to live. There is a lot of area in the state which means there is a whole lot to do to keep you occupied. If you are thinking of moving to the south then you should check out this upcoming live auction for a Single Family Home In Sachse, Texas. This is a single story home with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, kitchen with breakfast nook, living room, dining room, family room, utility room, and an attached 2car garage. The home has a 2 sided fireplace, over-sized tub, ceiling fans, granite kitchen counters, hardwood floors, covered patio, sprinkler system, and fence. The home is located in an outer suburb of Dallas. If you like what you see click here.

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

  TI-5045, TI-5045, TI-1706, TI-1766, TI-30 Calculators: Crunch Those Numbers!

This current online auction is for a lot of Texas Instrument calculators. This lot consists of 4 TI-5045, a TI-5045, 3 TI-1706, 3 TI-1766, one TI-30 calculator, and 7 miscellaneous AC adapters. These would be the perfect item for anyone looking to crunch some numbers in a pinch. You could use these calculators if you are taking a math class of if you work in store that has no cash register. These machines would let you easily add, subtract, multiply, and even divide. They also have plenty of other functions that you could use. This lot is currently going for only $15 and the auction ends tonight. Find out more by clicking here to log in to your account.

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Monday, February 16, 2009

  Adding and Fax Machines: The Truly Odd Coupling

Who ever thought that adding machines and a fax machine would be sold together in the same lot, but apparently that's exactly what the government is doing. Now up for bid are these two adding machines (Royal, model 770HD-MVC-011S; Texas Instruments T1-5045) and a Canon CFX L4500 fax machine. All three items appear to be in good shape and were in working condition when they were taken out of service. The current bid for this auction is at $25 with 1 online bid already place. Hurry and register with us now to learn more about this and other amazing surplus auction item deals. Bidding ends on 2/17/09.

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

  Check Out This Auction and Calculate Your Savings!

Take a look at this next surplus deal for miscellaneous calculators and adding machines. There are 100 in total and all the makes and models vary. Here are just some of the brands you'll find: Royal, Casio, Sharp, Victor, Olivetti, Texas Instruments and many others! Most are working but there might be a few defective ones. With a current bid of only $5 though, can you really complain? This auction ends on 12/22 so for more auction info and to learn how to bid simply register now.

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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

  Texas Instruments BA II Plus: Does This Deal Compute?

It's time to bust out your pocket protector's and check out this next auction for a Texas Instruments business calculator Model BA II Plus. This item is still in its original box and is in new condition. So what are you waiting for geeks - register now and get the info on this Auction that ends 5/13 and others like it

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Friday, April 04, 2008

  Texas Instruments TI-83 Calculator: Because Even Math Geeks Need Love...

Today's last auction of the day is for this TI-83 calculator w/ cover. Believe it or not these scientific calculators aren't cheap and can easily retail for $100 or more. Lucky for you the current bid for this item is just $15! This auction ends 4/10 however so you'll need to register now before it's too late!

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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

  Calculate Your Savings!

The school year is approaching and children and young adults everywhere will be returning to class soon. This next auction comes just in time for the fall quarter and these calculating devices are guaranteed to help you succeed. Included in this calculator lot auction are:
-2 Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS
-1 Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus
-1 Casio fx-115MS
-1 Casio fx-300SA
-1 Casio fx-7400G Plus Power Graphic
The current bid is just $6.50 and this auction will end in precisely 6 days from now. Register to get all the info for this auction.

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Friday, August 03, 2007

  Does This Compute?

For those of you who know, calculators, especially scientific ones can be quite expensive. Enter the Texas Instruments model TI-85 scientific calculator. With a current bid of $40 and about a week left to bid this is one of the least expensive calculators we've seen on the auction block. This baby easily retails for over $100. Register, bid, and calculate your savings!!

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