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Now's your chance to own a failed piece of internet history in the form of this complete CueCat barcode reader kit sent from WIRED Magazine to my home address in the year 2000.
When I original received this kit, I opened one end of the box, but didn't use or experiment with any of the components. Everything that originally shipped in the box is present in this sale.
Of course, there's very little chance that any of the components or websites that enabled digitalconvergence.com's print-to-web "cue" scans are still working.
Read more about the CueCat fiasco here.
This sale includes:
- the original WIRED magazine- Delta-branded box- The original CueCat barcode reader (with a PS2 interface)- The installation CD for the CRQ software- The CueCat "It's Instant Internet" booklet- A 20-Ft RadioShack TV/PC Convergence cable- Wired & Delta "The FAT CAT WEB HUNT" promo piece.
Please see photos for an exact idea of what you'll be getting with this sale.
Shipping to United States locations only (via USPS Media Mail). (No international buyers through a U.S.-based proxy or intermediary.) No returns. Also: I'm not planning on ending sales early.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for offerding!