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    Exclamation What to do with old Hitachi Cambridge boards?

    Now i know one good answer would be to scrap or bin them but we have around a dozen old Hitachi Cambridge boards sitting around in a stock cupboard. Does anyone know if these can be used for anything eles or given away to charity etc?

    Or should we just bin them?

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    If they're working, could bung them on eBay. However, my preference for Cambridge boards (especially the newest models) is to burn them.

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    Hey
    I will take them off your hands

    My techy has been in communication with you previously
    PM me if the school want paying ... and we can arrange a pickup



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