Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: IBM Computer Identification
- chrism3667 wrote:
Meh, it was free, so I wouldn't mind putting, say $15-$20 into it. Just need a floppy drive and some RAM. I thought these old systems had some onboard RAM, though?
Personally I don't recommend putting any kind of money or serious
effort into a PS/2. Have some fun though by all means. A kewell find is
a kewell find. There's always something to be learned. I like the Model
25's though. The earlier peecees are more kewell, and truly vintage ;).
I could probably find you something cheap at my "friend's" house in a
couple of weeks if you're interested. Even if it wasn't true blue (and
he's got those I believe) it's still older and more kewell.
- FWIW... I think this entire discussion shouldn't have been handled on the list at all.But that's just my take.
I'll say this in public: I should have agreed with Andy four years ago when he argued for a list that we control instead of using Yahoo.