I'm trying to scrape together some money to buy myself a birthday present. Have also realised that I am kind of turning into a hoarder. I have no idea if any of this stuff will appeal to anyone on here.
White PSP slim & light with custom firmware, boxed, with 2gb memory card and an admittedly rather cheapo case and strap thing. Seen some use, but only for emulated stuff really.
Modded xbox1 (Yod@box with a killer neon blue light on the front). The DVD drive was dodgy last time I tried it, but the lasting value of these things is as SD network media players and emulation. Er, a fiver? £15 delivered I think, as they're fucking heavy.
Linksys NSLU2. Unboxed. Quite a good hackable little thing to mess around with if you don't mind putting some time in. On a basic level it's designed to share USB hard drives on a network but you can use it to run media servers, torrent software, etc if you put the time in. £30 delivered.
Sony minidisc player: MZ-R900, in oh-so-fashionable chrome blue. In nice condition; I've mainly kept hold of this because I still love the look of it. Boxed. Still great for recording stuff on the go. £10 delivered.
Some rescued towers (no kb/mouse/monitor/unless specified, and you'll need to pick up from east London):
Powermac G4 (grey-blue case): dual 600 mhz, 1.12gb ram. OSX 10.5 (no discs). I've having some slight issues waking this from sleep every now and then, but apart from that it's a nice little machine, and could well serve as a basic home desktop. Apple keyboard included. £35 collected?
And these two are free to good homes:
Powermac G3 (green case): 400 mhz, 128 ram. OS9! Apparently you can put an older version of OSX on these.
Dell Optiplex PC: no hard drive. I can't remember the specs on this, but before the HDD died I was using it as a headless home server for a good year or so. Stick in a new HDD and it'll be good to go. KB & M included.