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A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 04 Jun 2018, 19:18
by jwr
Hey everyone,

It's been a while since I last used my TouchStreams and as I'm moving, I decided to sell them. Bought more than one in the past to have a future-proof solution in case one breaks down.

There are three keyboards:

* Silver TouchStream LP with stand
* Red TouchStream LP with stand
* Red TouchStream LP without stand

I've just tested all three of them and they work perfectly, just as new. They were all used, and do have signs of wear, but nothing I'd call significant. One of the red ones was repaired (as a side effect I took good pictures of what's inside: https://jan.rychter.com/fingerworks-touchstream-kbd): an FPGA was replaced.

I can take pictures, contact me if you're interested.

Before I start putting them on eBay, I thought some of you might be interested, and I'd rather sell the whole package in one go. I guest $1800 for all three is a good place to start?

Re: A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 18 Jun 2018, 14:36
by lee griggs
Any have Dvorak layouts?

Re: A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 19 Jun 2018, 08:48
by jwr
No, these are all QWERTY.

Re: A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 18 Jul 2018, 17:27
by og_ts_user
Did you have any takers here? eBay might still be your best bet. I've had a "FingerWorks" watch there for many years.

Re: A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 19 Jul 2018, 08:59
by jwr
No, I didn't get any offers here, but I think very few people read this forum anymore. I was too lazy to put the keyboards up on eBay :-) (but I'll do it within several weeks)

Re: A collection of three TouchStreams for sale

PostPosted: 02 Aug 2018, 04:50
by og_ts_user
The TouchStreams originally retailed for $350 right? I sold mine in 2009 for $500. It may be that the value has continued to increase, and you could get $600 per, or it may be that the platform is too bitrotten to be useful these days, what with the software not even running on modern operating systems.