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cmcnabb

New Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
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3
Location
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg VA
Here is the list of the stuff I have in my collection
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Computers -
1. PDP-8/E with Floating Point, 32Kwords of RAM PC-04 Papertape reader/punch, RK-05 disk, TU-56 Tape drive, ASR-33 Teletype, Sykes dual 8" disk (non-working)
2. HP-9000/832 with 32 Megs RAM, 6 600meg HPIB disks
3. MAC/SE
4. Tandy Model 100 portable computer
5. Commodore 64 with MPS-801 printer and two 1541 disk drives
6. PDP-11/24 with 1 Meg of RAM, RA-80 disk, 2 RL02 removeable disks, FPU, EIS
7 PDP-11/83 with 2 Meg of RAM, RD-54 Disk, TSV05 9 track tape, TK-50 cartridge tape, 24(!) serial ports plus a VT-220 hooked to the console port
8. DECstation 3000 with two disks and some ram (Just got this one recently, so haven't really dug into what it has yet)
9. HP-48 GX calculator
10. Lotsa sliderules (http://cmcnabb.cc.vt.edu/sliderulez)
 

Jon Jarmon

Experienced Member
Joined
May 9, 2003
Messages
106
Location
Tacoma WA
Those PDP's they are mini computers.Isn't that correct?
I have lots of the old toaster mac's in my collection and owned A HP-67,HP41C and HP75C.It must take a lot of space to have those PDP's.
I believe that I've heard about them, but have not actually seen one in person.
 

CP/M User

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May 2, 2003
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Back of Burke (Guday!), Australia
"Jon Jarmon" wrote in message:

Hi Jon,

> Those PDP's they are mini computers.Isn't that correct?

Yes, they are a reasonible size. I have a picture of a PDP-1
with Spacewar! running. The main component is fairly large,
like a full size fridge (I suppose you could say). The later
ones were perhaps more in the mini computer mould.

Cheers.
 

Bdamer

New Member
Joined
May 8, 2003
Messages
4
Location
Santa Cruz CA
DigiBarn Collection

DigiBarn Collection

Hi Guys, our collection, if you are interested, is listed all one ONE Page (missing a lot of stuff that needs to be scanned for the web). I am a believer in the one page rule (easy to read, like a newspaper). See it all at:
http://www.digibarn.com/collections/index.html

Let me know if anything is of interest here. We are still missing quite a bit ;)
 
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