4736Re: [midatlanticretro] any vintage computers under the tree/minorrah/etc?
- Dec 26, 2006So therefore, no vintage computers. Just a lot of new technologyOn 12/26/06, Joe Giliberti <starbase89@... > wrote:
Fujifilm Finepix S5200 Digital Camera w/ 1GB XD card
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season One on DVD
Windshield Wipers, Jumper Cables, Flashlight, and Fix-A-Flat for my car (stocking stuffers)
Star Trek: Legacy for the PC
Flight Simulator X for the PC
New Jensen Speakers for my car's front doors
Boston Legal: Season Two (I don't just like it for Captain Kirk...I mean Shatner)
Many scratchoff lottery tickets ($7 in wins)On 12/26/06, billdeg < billdeg@...> wrote:
Not for me, but here is a list of some recent additions to my collection
1973 Paddleball Arcade machine. This is a Williams PONG clone. Takes
dimes. Needs a new transformer. Worked up to 2004, I was told. The
display is OK. Owned by Cassidy of atarionline.com, donated to Mark of
phillyclassic.com, sold to me.
Xerox 820 - II. with hard drive/disk drive unit, in original boxes -
Works! I have been able to make copies of the system disks if anyone
has an 820-II and needs a boot disk or wants to attempt to format a
same system's hard drive.
Tandy Radio Shack pocket computer - works OK, screen is a little burned.
Also, on 12/16/06
Bryan POP gave me some disk drives - thanks!
CBM 8250 dual IEEE drive - needs some TLC
CBM 2031 single IEEE drive - needs a new DOS ROM (I think...5 beeps is
the error code) I hope to pull one from a more common and sacrifice-
able VIC 1541 drive
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