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What old hardware do you have?

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Aside from the standard, Amiga, GUS, 386 hardware, my pride and joy (to me anyways) is the actual phone wall-jack that I ran my BBS off of in 1990 on a 286 12MHz beast at 2400bps.

I moved from the house I grew up in as a kid, and actually had the nerve to go back years later, and ask the present owners if I could take the old wall-jack and put in a new one. haha

They thought I was a bit weird, but liked hearing all the stories about the old house. :)
added on the 2005-07-24 03:09:40 by HappyDude HappyDude
yeah! i got a ppc mac today...
added on the 2005-07-24 04:54:26 by tomcat tomcat
My oldest computer also happens to be my newest computer. What can I say -- I live a minimalist lifestyle and don't like to keep "extra stuff" kicking around.
Hmm... oldest hardware would have to be the floppy disks? Everything is pretty new, except my Oldskool TI-200 graphing calculator, and that's not very computerish (though it DOES run both the Orion TI-89 demos)
added on the 2005-07-24 06:51:33 by crusader crusader
4 or 5 x commodore 64, 1 x amiga 500, 2 x pc (p90, p333) :)
added on the 2005-07-24 09:10:01 by ninja ninja
I'm a newskooler, so I'm happy to stick just with a nice combination of 2 computers for mid-90's demo watching: 486/66 with GUS and a A1200/060.
added on the 2005-07-24 10:09:34 by melw melw
couple of 286, 386, 486dx2

and my sweet sweet SNES
added on the 2005-07-24 10:20:37 by v3nom v3nom
+ snes mouse
added on the 2005-07-24 10:20:58 by v3nom v3nom
master system, snes, commodore +4, 3x commodore 64, kc85/3, 3x A500, A2000, A1200/040, atari 2600 and atari stf
added on the 2005-07-24 10:54:23 by starbuck starbuck
Aside from the standard Truck Amiga list and the NTSC c64s and all the pc hardware that died cuz it wasn't powered up (crap f*n sh*t) -

A few working first edition Mac Classics (WORKING.)
Timex Sinclair 1000 and 16k ram addition. It's like a zx81 but it's NTSC and labeled Timex Sinclair. (this is also not a Timex Portugese 48k, it's older and has no color.) That's my first computer.

Yes eventually I'll code a demo on it, but I never was horribly good at z80 and right now I'm dealing with having forgotten too much Amiga stuff (:
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this is ep's oldest computer.. his 5 gfs are showing it [and before you ask, where's the fifth?!?!?, she's taking the picture of course!]
nice chicks
added on the 2005-07-24 17:38:55 by rmeht rmeht
Computer hardware:
- 2 x 486 DX2
- Game Boy (1st piece of hardware @ home)
- P133 (1st home PC) + Matrox Mystique 220 + Awe64 Gold
- PS1 (highly unused)
Electronic analog hardware:
- Some 30/40 y.o. souvenirs (a tester, a 90v(!) pile, some tubes, an huge electrolitic capacitor)
- Old LEM audio mixer (80% working)
added on the 2005-07-24 20:46:43 by bdk bdk
Somewhere in a cupboard I still own these oldies:
- Atari 520 STF
- Atari 1040 STE
- Amiga 500
- Amiga 600 (not mine)
There is also this old Gravis UltraSound Max that cost an insane amount of money back then.

and speaking of oldies, I also have Rez on MSN right now ;)
added on the 2005-07-24 21:03:31 by keops keops
- Enterprise 128
- Tomcat's gravis classic (cool red-pcb) :)
Also used to have an ad-lib card, i might get it back on need.
added on the 2005-07-24 21:34:14 by hhc2 hhc2
- Amstrad CPC (2x6128, 464)
- C64 II
- Amiga 500 (somewhere in Athens)
- AtariSt 1040 (b&w screen ;P)
- Gameboy (2xsimple, 1 pocket, 2xGBA)
- GP32 (Borrowed and ready to rock the scene soon :)
- Dreamcast
- 086, 186, 285, 386, 486, 586, 686, 786, 886, 986,.. and stuff
added on the 2005-07-24 21:48:13 by Optimonk Optimonk
wow Enterprise 128 :)

keops: LOL

Optimus: Back in the time, I always wanted this monitor. I was impressed by it's quality back in the time. Wanted because I used Cubase with a little tool that can scroll 2 screens in medium res :]
You could play at "Bolo" with a vertical scroller :P
Later I founded a little ST emulator on Amiga, MIDI wasn't implemented, but I could run Cubase in interlaced mode, that was amazing, almost working hehe (too slow with lot of tracks/evenements, but ok woth little projects. Should be in 89-91).
Today I've been offered an Acorn Archimedes. Got to find some space for that one too...
added on the 2005-07-25 05:22:05 by tomcat tomcat
I still have a falcon030 at my parents place
added on the 2005-07-25 09:46:45 by nytrik nytrik
Atari 520STe
Atari 1040STe ( that of my brother )
Atari Falcon030 with FPU

and an "old" PII 350 used as a server

And speaking of oldies, I have Rez in my office ( but he's a little late today ) ;)
added on the 2005-07-25 10:03:33 by p01 p01
Rez is not an oldie. It's just the best freakin' game ever :)

anyway: VIC-20, C64 and a A2600 (a sixshooter with ye olde fake food finish). The C64 is dead, I think.
added on the 2005-07-25 17:30:30 by Shifter Shifter
- amd xp computer 1,1 ghz
- pentium III laptop 1,2 ghz
added on the 2005-07-25 21:18:50 by quisten quisten
Acorn A3010 (2x)
Amiga 500
Amiga 1200
Atari 520STFM
Atari 1040STF
Atari 1040STE (3x)
Atari MegaSTE
Atari Falcon030 (3x)
CLab Falcon MK1
CLab Falcon MK2

that´s all ;-)
added on the 2005-07-25 22:43:02 by RA RA
Quisten, please

added on the 2005-07-26 00:01:53 by sauli sauli
I would consider only SVI-738 (msx x'press) and NES old, but someone propably thinks that DC and PS1 are old too.

And then I have some half-working 486's and pentium's.
added on the 2005-07-26 00:04:38 by sauli sauli

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