Looking for computers, servers, audio-visual equipment, lab equipment, file cabinets, tables, chairs and more? Then check out the latest auction being held by the District.
You can find the items on the Wisconsin Surplus website. Once you are on the page scroll down until you find the following link (item #18090-23). After you click on the link, you will be taken to a page with terms and other information, along with a link to a catalog and another link that has pictures of the items available.
Opening bids begin at $5. An auction buyer's fee will be added to all high bids to determine the final selling price. The buyers' fee percentage is determined by actual amount of the final accepted high bid on each item.
There are multiple Dell Poweredge 2950 servers with rails. There are also Dell Equallogic 3000, PS 6000 SANS, Poweredge 1950 and Poweredge R300 along with multiple IBM servers. There are also more than a dozen Mac 10.6 desktop computers, more than 20 Hewlett Packard Elitebook Revolve 810 laptop computers and more than 20 Lenovo Think Pad x130e laptop computers.
You can purchase iPad Griffin cases in sets of four or five. Other items available include overhead projectors, white boards, exercise bike, wooden book display, volleyball standards on wheels, refrigerator, maps, and a black vinyl covered bed.
In all, there are 135 items available in the auction, which ends on Friday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m.
The District has held close to 35 surplus auctions each of the past few years and also has been part of multiple municipal auctions.
If you would like to inspect any of the items, you can view most of them at the District Operations Center, 2130 Pinehurst Dr., Middleton. They are available for viewing Monday through Friday. For information, contact Yvonne Vils at 829-2362.