Re: Are you experienced?
- From: "UZnal" <unalz-at-mail333-dot-com>
- Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 21:21:28 +0200
Guys, you are all indeed experienced. The images are from a Model 50
Not too dificult ... :-)
I'll make it difficult next time, I promise ...;)
70-R is always a nice companion.
My last one had IDE card + 500MB HD, network, XGA2 and did quite good.
Wonder where I put it ... ?
There was a 70-F61 (16 MHz) today on eebay-de, complete with a tape drive,
8514/A, Postscript and a 3Com adapter, incl. a page printer. The auction
must be over by now. A nice, well preserved system.
The 70-R21 is actually a rare bird, this one, strange enough, did not have
any floppy drive, it had two cover bezels. I remember, there was an external
5 1/2 drive to go with which I did not buy at the time.
IBM Think PAD 710T (Artikel 250465408891 endet 25.07.09 194022 MESZ)
Lacks the pen and power supply.
Would have taken it for the price nontheless.
I saw the note, i.e. the posted question, only today (well, I had checked it
last early on Friday). Without a pen, it is certainly half the fun, but for
the price it went it would have still been a fun to play with it.
TP710T with the IDE HD are XX-rare. These have a different planar
compared to the filecard models ...
The seller claimed it had a 60 MB drive, without mentioning further details.
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