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November 2nd, 2013, 04:55
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
That's an collector's item by now. And thus, valuable.

I was too late getting one - it was sold out even (or especially ?) after the servers had been shut down.

I hade a few screenshots just before the shut down was performed, and all of the Watch's "PictureWatch" Tabula Rasa screenshots were made by me.

Edit : Just checked : On Ebay Germany someone tries to sell the CD for 60 Euros.
The regular versions can be bought by 2-30 Euros, depending on the seller.

Amazon Germany has 1 specimen left with the price of 60 Euros (sold through Amazon Marketplace, apparently, plus others by 42 Euros.

Some even sell a rest of Tabula Rasa keyboards.
That's interesting. I checked the US amazon/ebay and the highest asking price that I saw was $35. I wonder if the German version is more valuable in Germany due to localization of the materials?

Warmark, you're right that these youngins aren't as familiar with computers/technology as you'd expect. I think it may be that they have always had a computer in their house and took it for granted, whereas even only slightly older people remember getting their first computer and were more excited about it, leading to more exploration of it.
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