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    Quote Originally Posted by VERAULT View Post
    Also, love the Fake 3.5" floppy face plate.
    I have a few if you need one. I even have a fake 3.5" hard drive plate.
    PM me if you're looking for 3" or 5" floppy disks. EMail For everything else, Take Another Step

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    HP Elite 8300 CMT i7 3770, 16GB, GTX750, SSD + 2xHD, XP/7/macOS 10.13
    i7 9700K, 32GB, MSI GTX1060, NVMe SSD + HD, Windows 10

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    A tad pricey, but this looks like it would fit into a Kaypro system nicely with the four mounting tabs. Never have replaced a tube on a Kaypro so don't take my word for it.

    https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/el...787758297.html

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    It seems to me there should be no way that's worth $250. It looks the same as any Macintosh CRT...

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    I had to look into that CRT for that crazy price. It's for industrial equipment... and they do sell for a lot!Screenshot_20190111-064642_Chrome.jpg

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    Yeah, industrial equipment does. But if it's the same as POS monitors (9-inch Monochrome), they're a bit cheaper. I just happened to be researching high-resolution or color alternatives for the Macintosh monitor, and here's a list of possible models I've found, usually costing around $100:
    Boundless: 2996-1308-8090
    IBM 92G7831
    Modgraph: MG-3230, MG3230
    NCR: 2996, 2996-1300-7190, 1300-7190
    Smile: MA0931, MA-0931, MO935, M0935, MB0931, MB-0931, MBO931, MB-O931
    Tatung: VM 9AF, VM9AF
    Viewmagic: MD935A
    Edit: wow someone has already done it...
    https://mobile.twitter.com/neverlab/...27577794166785
    C0tL28fXEAA_e9s.jpg
    Last edited by Caleb Hansberry; January 11th, 2019 at 08:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb Hansberry View Post
    Yeah, industrial equipment does. But if it's the same as POS monitors (9-inch Monochrome), they're a bit cheaper. I just happened to be researching high-resolution or color alternatives for the Macintosh monitor, and here's a list of possible models I've found, usually costing around $100:
    Boundless: 2996-1308-8090
    IBM 92G7831
    Modgraph: MG-3230, MG3230
    NCR: 2996, 2996-1300-7190, 1300-7190
    Smile: MA0931, MA-0931, MO935, M0935, MB0931, MB-0931, MBO931, MB-O931
    Tatung: VM 9AF, VM9AF
    Viewmagic: MD935A
    Edit: wow someone has already done it...
    https://mobile.twitter.com/neverlab/...27577794166785
    C0tL28fXEAA_e9s.jpg
    That appears to be someone's raspberry pi hackintosh project.

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    This is true. That's what I was looking for, as in my opinion the actual original crt is not as difficult to find. But finding a crt that fits in that spot is important as the typical LCD method always looks kind of fugly.

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