- 1985 Tandy 1000A - 8088/4.77, 640K, 124MB HDD, 2x 360K DSDD, TGA, Tandy Sound, RTL8019, DOS 6.22
- 1989 GEM 286 - 286/12, 287, 4MB, 325MB HDD, 1.44M/1.2M, TSENG ET4000 1MB SVGA, SoundBlaster Pro 2.0, 3Com Etherlink III TP, DOS 6.22
- 1991 Compaq Deskpro 386s/25 - IBM 486BX3/75 Upgrade, 10MB RAM, 215MB HDD, 1.44M/1.2M, VGA, SoundBlaster 16 Value, 3Com Etherlink II TP, unknown O/S (Fixing it, needs Dallas Clock mod + some other parts and a RetroBrite job), don't know if the HDD Works or what O/S yet (just got yesterday)
- 1994 NEC Versa 40EC - 486 DX2/SL 40MHz, 20MB RAM, 80GB HDD, 1.44M, WD 90C024 SVGA, 640p Active Matrix Panel, Internal Speaker, PCMCIA shared devices (With the other 3), MS-DOS 7.01/Windows 3.11 FW
- 1994 NEC Versa M/75HCP - 486 DX4/75, 40MB RAM, 80GB HDD 2x, 1.44M, C&T 65545 1MB SVGA, 800p Active Matrix Panel w/ Touch, Crystal CS-4231-KQ WSS Digital Audio, shared PCMCIA - FreeDOS 2.1 (d1), Windows 95 OSR 2.5 triple boot (DOS/WFWG311, d2)
- 1994 Moondog Computers 486 DX4-100 - Am486 DX4-100 SV8, 32MB, 80GB HDD, unknown VESA SVGA, SoundBlaster Vibra 16, SMC Ether EZ 8416, FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 (still tuning and tweaking this one)
- 1995 NEC Versa V/50C - 486 DX2/SL 50MHz, 20MB RAM, 80GB HDD, 1.44M, WD 90C024 SVGA, 640p Active Matrix Panel (non-detachable), Shared PCMCIA Devices, FreeDOS 1.2
- 1995 NEC Versa P/75HC - Pentium 75MHz, 40MB RAM, 80GB HDD, 1.44M, C&T 65545 1MB SVGA, 800p Active Matrix Panel, ESS 688 SB Pro Compatible Audio with OPL/3, Shared PCMCIA, FreeDOS 2.1
- 1995 Creeping Net 486 DX4-100 - Am486 DX4-100 SV8T, 64MB RAM, Multiple HDD (LianLi Mobile Rack), 1.44M/1.2M, DVD-RW (48x), S3 805 2MB VESA SVGA, SoundBlaster AWE64, LinkSys EtherFast TP, runs DOS, Win31x, Win9x, Win2K, Linux, OS/2, and a host of other stuff
I just got the Moondog and the Compaq from a colleague who wanted to get rid of them. The Compaq and Moondog are a work in progress and getting fixed up. The Moondog has a PC Chips M912 motherboard in it which is changing my darker view of PcChips.
Creeping Net 486 is technically a 2012 model but the motherboard is a 1995 FIC 486-PVT I bought from someone on the forum back in 2012 to replace the ASUS board that died on a previous 486. This one is really my "daily driver" desktop of the lot, with the M/75 being the "daily driver" laptop.