WOW... IBM's 1st color laptop.... March 24, 1992http://www.thefreelibrary.com/IBM+ANNOU ... a011974304
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., March 24 /PRNewswire/ wrote:
IBM today broadened its family of portable products, introducing systems that offer dazzling colors, sizzling speed and attractive prices.
IBM introduced its first color laptop computer today, the Personal System/2(1) |PS/2(1)~ Model CL57 SX, featuring the industry's largest, brightest active matrix color display. The 10.4-inch state-of-the-art color display utilizes thin film transistor (TFT) technology, enabling it to display vibrant colors with exceptional brightness and clarity.
I wouldn't even know what to offer (and my eBay budget is gone for this year pretty much).
Using every keyword for ended auctions I can come up with, I can't find one that was auctioned/sold on eBay
Being a bootable machine, it is DEFINATELY worth something to someone... I wouldn't be surprised to see it sell for a decent price (just judging by other 386 laptops, this one not being SUPER special, i.e. the 701 butterfly, or 760XD that was used by NASA)... although it was IBM's 1st color laptop...
Quite frankly, 286/386/486 laptops in general that have no following/groupies sell anywhere from $5 to $100+, It really all depends on the buyer and their personal significance.
But PLEASE dont send it to the scrapheap! SOMEONE will give it a good home.