Photos: TechRepublic staff shows off their oldest tech

Bill Detwiler's Tandy 1000

This Tandy 1000 was my first real computer. It came with an Intel 8088 processor, 640K RAM, two 5.25" floppies, and a color monitor. I later upgraded to a 20 MB hard drive. I spent countless hours writing high school papers, crafting BASIC programs, and playing Gunship and MechWarrior on this machine. It still runs perfectly. — Bill Detwiler

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By Conner Forrest

Conner Forrest is an analyst for 451 Research. He was formerly a Senior Editor for TechRepublic.