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post #1 of 11
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Hey guys!
I have an old AT101W I found lying around, it's in great shape and feels quite nice (I prefer it over my G15 tongue.gif), I may keep it, but if not (since I'm not sure I could get over the loss of the G15's macro keys) what's the market price this thing is going for? Google shopping is showing anywhere from $20 to $80, so I figured I'd come around and ask the experts biggrin.gif

Thanks!
post #2 of 11
If you're optimistic and relish the thought of relisting the keyboard every month on ebay for years, then $40+

If you actually want it to sell, then that depends.

Beige - $5-$25 depending on condition, $35 NIB
Black - $10-$40 depending on condition, $50 NIB

99% of AT101Ws are worth $5-$20.
post #3 of 11
Thread Starter 
Sounds good, thanks for the info!
How might I find out if they are beige/black keys?

EDIT: Oh wait, I just realized there's another, black, version of this keyboard *facepalm* >.>
Edited by crazyap7 - 2/9/11 at 1:53pm
post #4 of 11
No, I mean the color of the case. The AT101W came it both beige and black colors, and the black is more desirable because it makes it look far less 1990s-ish.
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129;12324719 
No, I mean the color of the case. The AT101W came it both beige and black colors, and the black is more desirable because it makes it look far less 1990s-ish.

Yeah, figured it out ninja.gif
Looks like I'll be keeping it then tongue.gif
post #6 of 11
Yeah, the black looks nicer and is rare, except in parts of Europe where Dell shipped black AT102Ws with everything.
post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 
Damn, google shows AT102W's selling at ~$200 eek.gif
I got this one after searching through old keyboards my school was throwing out. There's two huge cardboard boxes filled with anything from old ergonomic keyboards to these AT101Ws, I'll go through it again and see if there's anything worth keeping.
post #8 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129;12324781 
Yeah, the black looks nicer and is rare, except in parts of Europe where Dell shipped black AT102Ws with everything.

Have you ever seen a black AT102W? I have never seen one either IRL or on the net.
Quote:
The AT101W came it both beige and black colors, and the black is more desirable because it makes it look far less 1990s-ish.

Also had this special feature where the white lettering would fade away uber quickly. Wait, maybe that wasn't a feature...

@OP: Phaedrus' above estimates are pretty accurate. The Dell AT family are decent, but not particularly amazing. A good sell to someone looking for a cheap first mechanical keyboard.
Edited by ch_123 - 2/9/11 at 2:48pm
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post #9 of 11
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Looks like I'll be that person then, I love the key feel so much better it's rather fascinating. And the click is so satisfying...giggety biggrin.gif
post #10 of 11
I got two of these new in box.. a dealer on ebay sold lots of them once for almost nothing!
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