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M08 Education Computer
17. Oct 2011 at 18:35
 
I have what I'm assuming is a famicom clone. It's called an M08 Education Computer. It looks like a laptop, but the 'screen' is fake; there's just a sticker on it. I purchased it for a customer who didn't pay for it, so I plan on reselling it on ebay. My question is: Is this thing worth anything? Is it even legal to sell on ebay? (I'm not trying to sell it on these forums, by the way; this is simply a question about the system.)

This system appears new or lightly used. It comes with everything, controllers, cartridge, etc. On the top of the 'laptop,' it read, GLK-Book.

If anyone is familiar with this, I'd love to find out more about it.
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Re: M08 Education Computer
Reply #1 - 18. Oct 2011 at 07:43
 
GLK = Gold Leopard King .... gotta love pirates.

Got a picture of it?
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Reply #2 - 18. Oct 2011 at 15:31
 
Yes, I do. I'll try to get the pictures up today. I have three boxes of famicom and superfamicom items a customer bought through me but didn't pay for that I now have to resell. I'm stuck with five Famicom Disk Systems, two in the box, four famicoms, three super famicoms. Some family trainer device, a big peripheral gun. You wouldn't believe the items I'm stuck with. This education computer is the weirdest.

Thanks for the info, though; I sincerely appreciate it.
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