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microbee, cbm 128, atari ST, Amiga 4000, Ti-59 + printer...

flax

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Okay, let me check...
I have 1 Microbee 32, 1 Microbee 128 CP/M, and 1 Microbee 128 MP/M with original (but broken) winchester disk (open disk, how quaint. )
There's also one CBM 128 with CP/M and drive + some cartridges.
Occupying shelf space is one Atari ST without media, so I don't know what state it is in, and one Amiga 4000 which I use now and then.
I also have a TI-59 + printer. The calculator has one broken battery lead, and should be properly repaired but for now some emergency solder solved that problem.
What else? One husky 486 rugged laptop minus battery charger, an ancient Symbol handheld terminal, one HP-32, and an old mobitex terminal, in a rugged aluminum casing the size of a fairly large suitcase.
I also have a pretty nice 200 MHz 4 channel oscilloscope salvaged from work (those barbarians wanted to throw it in the garbage!)

I guess my heap of "modern-day" PC's aren't worth mentioning but there's a few pentiumbased machines there that I have set up as "emergency firewalls" that friends can borrow while their ADSL boxes are set up. (I'm on ISDN myself, hoping our nearest exchange will be ADSL-enabled soon.)
 

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Re: microbee, cbm 128, atari ST, Amiga 4000, Ti-59 + printer

Re: microbee, cbm 128, atari ST, Amiga 4000, Ti-59 + printer

flax said:
I also have a pretty nice 200 MHz 4 channel oscilloscope salvaged from work (those barbarians wanted to throw it in the garbage!)

I'll never understand why people junk useful stuff like that. It makes me cringe!

You've got quite a collection! Thanks for sharing!

Erik
 
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