My old equipment:)
The idea of "hugging the grata" is wide and certainly goes beyond my gaming room, which is why I also joined "Brother Lumber". He has some postcards, books, stamps, etc., some old things. Often older than my patios, but they are also worth hugging. I think that everyone should have at least one "cuddly trash". A souvenir received from parents, preserved from childhood, or something related to our hobby or interests. It is not about creating museums, but about a piece of the corner, shelves for one thing, which one day you can pass on :)
For a long time I was wondering how to present my interests. Originally, it was supposed to be a page about my old laptops. There was a bit of them :) Now there will be a page about those saved from oblivion, about "cuddled things".
In addition to these laptops, I have some old MegaBytes 2.5 "and 3.5" SEAGATE, CONNER, MAXTOR, JVS, IBM, QUANTUM, HITACHI and 5.25 "SEAGATE ST-251 disks. I have some PCMCIA cards - GSM modems, USB cards , SD and MMC adapters, disks, for connecting CD drives and multi and etc.
I have stopped the Altec Lansing Multi MEDIA box and a pair of laptops for technical work COMPAQ Contura 4 / 25c (Series 2820E), COMPAQ ARMADA 1130T ( Series 2860F) and GATEWAY SOLO 3500. The PC Pentium II has been used to check old disks and DOS software, it has now been replaced by PC486 in a classic box that opens upwards. :) In addition, the shelves went on the original media DOS'y and Windows 3.x, NT, 9x.
I'm going to bring the collected pact knowledge to the site:
- how to prepare system disks with DOS,
- how to check the old laptop and how I got to its center.
My practical knowledge dates back to the mid-1980s. My first computer was Sinclair ZX-81, which I sold in the original box when I bought another ZX-81 with an additional 16kB of memory and image inversion switch. It has been in a slightly improved version until today.
The next was Sinclair ZX Spectrum and after that in the early 90's the first own PC AT with a 16MHz processor from OPTIMUS. I worked on 8-bit IMP85 with 20MB hard drive and 8 "floppy disks. Operating system CP / M and CP / M +. These were computers :)
I dreamed about the laptop similar to T1100Plus seen in the commission and maybe that's why now such "lumber" was on my shelf :)