FA: OWI WAO II MV-981K Programmable Build it Yourself Robot kit with PC Interface

1. OWI Movit WAO II MV-961 / MV 981 K Programmable, Build it Yourself Robot Kit with PC interface
I got this as a gift a few years ago and never actually did anything
with it. It is a very nice little robot with either direct programming via its keypad or programming from a PC via the interface kit. This is a full kit version which means you have to solder the electronics as well as assembling the mechanical parts. This would be a great parent and child project or for anyone interested in robots and how they work. Below is from the company that makes the kit. This is the description of the MV-961 which is already assembled. The unit for sale is the MV-981 K which is identical except you build it from parts including soldering the printed circuit board.
WAO II is an intelligent robot with a four-bit micro-computer. Through its 26 keys, you can input a motion program. There are 8 movement command keys, 4 program keys, and 3 demonstration keys. WAO II also has a pen mechanism in the middle of its body which allows it to draw simple letters and designs. Assmebled Printed Circuit Board Movement: Programmable through keyboard or personal computer by utilizing an optional interface (sold separately). "AA" x 3 each, 9V x 1 each (not included).
2. Ten-Tec Argonaut 509 QRP Tranceiver, Excellent Condition, Plus Extras
This was the very first radio I ever owned. When I got my license way back in '75 I was still in junior high (middle school now I think) so my dad and I went to the only local place that sold ham gear and he got me the argonaut. At the time I didn't know that QRP was not the best idea for a new operator. I have only used this radio a little over the years as I am not much of a talker. It has been sitting in a box for the last few year so I thought I would pass it along to someone that will give it more to do. It is in excellent shape and everything worked last time I used it. I don't have an antenna anymore so I can't test it very well now. Included is the matching power supply and a black Ten-Tec automatic paddle keyer I got at the same time. I no longer have the box but I do have the original manual.
3. Brand New Linksys WRT310N N Ultra RangePlus Wireless N Gigabit Router
I bought this just before the wrt610n came out. I couldn't decide if I wanted to keep this or get the 610. By the time I decided my return period was up so now I have a brand new in the box wrt310n for sale. I never did more than take it out for the pictures below. My indecision will be you gain.
4. TomTom 520 720 GO Flex Car Quick Mount
I got this to use with my TomTom 720GO but I ended up going another way due to the place I found to mount it in my car. It is very nice mount and can be wired into the car's electrical system or used with the cigarette lighter plug. It makes it quick and easy to remove the TomTom when leaving the car, no plugs to contend with.
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