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Dinosaur sightings - old-school computer hardware

ENIAC

Four of the panels and one of the functional tables from the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC) displayed at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania.

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blackepyon01
blackepyon01

I myself have a Tandy 1000 HX. Intel 8088 (4/7MHz) processor, 128K onboard RAM +a 512K expansion card (640K total), MSDOS 2.11 on internal ROM, 2x 720KB floppy drives, CGA & EGA video onboard, 4-voice PC sound with headphone jack (Deskmate's music program was a lot of fun growing up.) The keyboard and PC unit were cobined, which made taking it apart interesting if you spilled something on the keyboard. It also had 2 propriatary joystick ports which in Deskmate could function as a mouse. Which I did xD This was my first computer (inherited from my dad). It's as old as I am, and it still works like a charm.