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    256k of memory & a 15MB hard drive :thumb:

    all this for only $5000

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    wow, now there is a killer machine....
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    wow, now there is a killer machine....
    actually it was a killer machine at the time...compared to the PET32's and commodore64's

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    I know it was at the time. I was making a sarcastic comparison to today's machines
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    oh gawd :o I remember programming using BBC/DOS code and saving the 'puter games onto tape using a tape recorder - I wrote my own space invaders program and thought it was the bees knees! :o :laugh:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine
    oh gawd :o I remember programming using BBC/DOS code and saving the 'puter games onto tape using a tape recorder - I wrote my own space invaders program and thought it was the bees knees! :o :laugh:
    ....sounds familiar

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    :rolleyes:

    But, as we all know, in 15 years time people will be laughing at 120GB Hard Drives and 2.5GhZ processor speeds.

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    Yeah I remember that my old 33MHz 386 with 4MB RAM, 42MB HDD, 512KB video card and 14" monitor was $7995aus brand new. :eek:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Hey, you know what's even funnier about that?
    We've got one simillar to that at work that we only stopped using about 2 years about. Got a heap of those 8" floppies lying around too!
    New rig
    P4 Titan 8S655FX
    PENTIUM 4 Intel 2.8c
    KINGMAX 2x512 DDR
    GeForce4 MX440
    DVD: LITEON x 16
    CDRW:LITEON 52x32x52
    LG FLATRON F700B
    NEWMEN OPTICAL MOUSE

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    not a lot of multimedia apps back in those days.
    I suppose it was a similar system that was used in designing the 30Mb HDD:?:

    There was only 15k of memory on Eagle 1:geek:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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