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    the oldest computer in this house is a commodore 64... complete with a mind bogoling 1.2Mhz CPU and 64Kb of RAM :rolleyes:

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    my oldest, still in use computer
    is a toshiba satalite 200cds

    I'm sure If i looked hard enough i could fijnd a couple of amiga's floating around

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    oldest still in use is a Compaq Armada P200 laptop.. oldest in memory was a C64.. tape based... :)

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    Oldest I've had in the house was my old 12MHz 286

    Still in use is a 266 Celeron @ 400
    What came first - Insanity or Society?

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    I have fond memoies of the Commodore 64's. but none in working condition at home. I do have a fully working Leading Edge 286/8mhz with a whopping 2MB of RAM and a 40 MB hard disk. it don't even have VGA graphics its EGA..

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    the oldest I have still is an Amiga Laptop with the jump start disks and an Atari 900

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    Mmmm.......
    There's a 286 around here somewhere that runs at a whoppin' 8MHz of pure muscle with 4MB's of memory and rquires a system disk to run though I did convert the 5.25" floppies to 3.5" ones. :eek:
    I gave the 8088 away to a m8 who has another. :D
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    Microbee :D

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    1 P200 laptop 24 Mb RAM 2.1 Gig HDD
    1 P200 desktop 64 Mb RAM 2.9 Gig HDD

    Not sure which is older:?:

    I'm still glad we tossed the ADAM a few years back:)
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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