“The List”

The contents (and existence) of this list proves, without possibility of doubt, that I am beyond help.

At any rate, here’s a list of the systems (and gadgets worth noting) I’ve owned through the course of my life and the year, as best I can remember, that I acquired them. There is some overlap of my time with these machines and I have, indeed, occasionally owned the same model more than once.

All linked photos are of the actual hardware I owned at the time. The units listed in boldface are still in my collection.

  1. Atari 2600 (1980-ish)
  2. TI-99/4A (1982)
    • 3.3MHz 16-bit TMS9900 CPU
    • TI Peripheral Expansion Chassis
    • TI RS-232 Interface Board
    • TI 32K Memory Expansion Board
    • 5.25″ floppy drive
    • TI Speech Synthesizer Module
    • TI Joystick Controllers
    • Montgomery Ward 13″ composite monitor / TV
    • Smith Corona TP-1 daisywheel printer
  3. Apple //c (1984)
    • 1.02MHz 65C02 CPU
    • Apple //c External 5.25″ floppy drive
    • Apple Monitor //c and stand
    • Street Electronics’ Cricket
    • Apple ImageWriter Printer
    • Hayes Mach III Joystick
  4. Atari 400 (1984)
  5. Commodore 128 (1985)
  6. Macintosh (original, 128K, etc.) (1985)
  7. Laser 2000 (Apple II+ compatible) (1985)
  8. Amiga 1000 (first one sold in Virginia) (1985)
    • Amiga 1010 external 3.5″ floppy drive
    • 256K internal memory expansion cartridge
    • Okidata Okimate 20 color, wax printer (24-element)
  9. Apple IIe enhanced (1986)
    • 1.02MHz 65C02 CPU
    • Apple Extended 80-column Card
    • Apple DuoDisk drive & controller
    • Apple UniDisk 3.5 & controller
    • Apple Color Monitor II
    • Sweet Micro Systems’ Mockingboard C
    • Prometheus ProModem 1200A 1200-baud modem
    • CH Products Mach III joystick
    • Apple ImageWriter II color printer
  10. Atari 520ST (1986)
    • Internal memory expanded to 1MB (from 512K)
    • dual Atari SF314 3.5″ floppy drives
    • Atari SC1224 color RGB monitor
    • Atari SM124 monochrome hi-res monitor
    • Epson LX-800 printer
    • MicroMate A520 STation all-in-one system stand
  11. Apple IIgs (1987)
    • 2.8MHz 65C816, ROM 01 motherboard (256K on board)
    • Apple Color RGB Monitor
    • Apple 3.5″ floppy drive
    • Central Point 3.5″ Floppy Drive w/ Universal Disk Controller
    • Apple 5.25″ Floppy drive
    • Apple ImageWriter II color printer
    • AST RAMFast board w/ 1024K RAM + 32K EEPROM
    • MDIdeas SuperSonic stereo board
    • ThunderScan image scanning Imagewriter cartridge
    • AST VisionPlus video digitizer board
    • Kensington System Saver IIgs fan / surge protector
    • CH Products Mach III Joystick
    • Bose RoomMate speakers – IIgs “Platinum” edition (no Apple logo colors though…)
  12. Laser 128 (1988) (Apple //c compatible) (1988)
    • Side-mounted, two-slot card cage
      • Sweet Micro Systems’ Mockingboard C
      • Prometheus ProModem 1200A 1200-baud modem
    • A+ Mouse (optical with metallic grid-pad)
  13. Atari Mega2 ST (1989)
  14. Tandy 1000TL (1989)
  15. Apple IIe (1989)
    • 1.02MHz 6502 CPU
    • Apple Extended 80-column Card
    • Apple Disk II drive & controller
    • Amdek Amdisk 1 3″ floppy drive (info)
    • Central Point Alaska Card (copy-card)
  16. Amiga 2000 (1989)
  17. Apple //c+ (1990)
  18. Tandy 1000TL (1990)
    • 8MHz 80286 CPU
    • 30GB MiniScribe “hard card”
  19. Apple Macintosh LC (1991)
  20. Amiga 1200HD (1993)
    • 40MB internal HD
    • Commodore 1960 monitor
    • LineLink 14.4Kbps modem
    • Epson AP-3250 printer
  21. TI-99/4A (1993)
  22. eCesys 486DX2-66 based PC (to run NeXTSTEP for Intel, black in color) (1994)
    • Fast JCIS motherboard with ISA, VLB, custom WinGine slots
    • 16MB RAM
    • DPT PM2021 SCSI-2 controller (ISA) featuring 10MHz 68EC000 processor
    • Quantum ProDrive 700S SCSI HD (700MB)
    • Toshiba XM-3401B 2x SCSI CD-ROM drive (external, caddy-based)
    • Pro Audio Spectrum 16 audio (later replaced with Gravis UltraSound 1MB)
    • WinGine high-bandwidth framebuffer video (later replace with Hercules Dynamite Power VLB)
    • Altima 17″ shadow-mask CRT (black case) (later replaced with Nokia 447Xi 17″ CRT (Trinitron))
    • HP DeskJet 520 printer
    • Cardinal 28.8Kbps modem (external)
    • Dual 16550 FIFO buffer serial board (4 serial ports total in system)
  23. Amiga 1000 (1995)
  24. TI-99/4A (1996)
  25. systemboard swap on 486 to ASUS PVI-486SP3 w/ AMD 486DX4-120 (1996)
  26. Sony PlayStationMOD CHIPPED (1996)
  27. AT&T PC6300 (1996)
  28. CPU upgrade on PC to AMD 5×86-133 (o’clocked to 160MHz) (1996)
  29. Nintendo 64 (1997)
  30. USRobotics PalmPilot Personal (1997)
  31. Philips Velo 1 HPC (1997)
  32. Newton MessagePad 2000 (w/ MessagePad 2100 upgrade) (1997)
  33. AMD K6-233 based PC: (1997)
    • AMD K6-233 running @ 225MHz
    • ASUS TX-97 systemboard (overclocked to 75MHz, hence the 225MHz on CPU)
    • 64mb 10ns SDRAM
    • ACTiSYS external IrDA adapter (to motherboard IR port)
    • Diamond FirePort40 UltraSCSI adapter w/ ~7GB storage (Seagate, IBM drives)
    • Hercules Stingray 128 2D video (Alliance chipset)
    • Diamond Monster3D II (12mb – 4/4/4/0) 3Dfx Voodoo2-based 3D accelerator
    • SoundBlaster AWE64 Value audio (hooked to Bose RoomMates)
    • Epson Stylus Color 600 ink-jet printer
    • Nokia 447Xi 17″ display (Trinitron)
    • 3Com EtherLink III PCI ethernet adapter going to General Instruments cable modem
    • Logitech 3-button mouse (considered a leathal weapon in deathmatch…)
    • Running Windows 95 and Windows NT Workstation v4 currently
  34. HP OmniGo 100 (1998)
  35. Amstrad PenPad PDA-600 (1998)
  36. Motorola Envoy 100 (1998)
  37. Sony MagicLink PIC-1000 (1998)
  38. Newton MessagePad 100 (1998)
  39. Philips Nino 312 (pre-production) (1998)
  40. Philips Nino 312 (1998)
  41. Apple Macintosh 512K (“Fat Mac”) (upgraded to 4mb RAM) (1998)
  42. Apple Macintosh Plus (upgraded to 4mb RAM) (1998)
  43. “Blue & White” Power Macintosh G3 (1999)
    • Power Macintosh G3 400MHz
    • 512MB RAM, 1MB 200MHz backside cache
    • 6GB UltraATA drive
    • Initio Miles UltraWide SCSI PCI Controller (bus-mastering DMA)
    • 9GB 10,000RPM UltraWide SCSI Seagate Cheeetah drive
    • 4GB 7,200RPM Ultra SCSI IBM UltraStor drive
    • Apple 56Kbps modem, internal
    • Zip drive, internal
    • Rage 128 graphics board w/ 16mb SGRAM (in 66MHz PCI slot) [standard bundle]
    • 3Dfx Voodoo2 12MB 3D graphics board
    • Apple 17″ Studio Display (attached to Rage 128)
    • ATI Xclaim 3D (Rage Pro, 4MB) video board (second video board in system)
    • Nokia 447Xi 17″ Trinitron screen (attached to Xclaim3D)
    • Epson Stylus Color 600 (with USB<->Parallel converter)
    • Wired via Bell Atlantic’s InfoSpeed ADSL service (640Kbps)
    • Microtek ScanMaker MX6 flatbed scanner (USB)
    • Saitek Cyborg 3D USB joystick (USB)
    • Que! Drive CD-RW drive (USB)
    • Aiwa 8GB Travan tape drive (USB)
    • Razer BoomSlang 5-button, 2000dpi “gaming mouse” (USB)
    • Logitech WheelMouse (LED, no ball)
    • GeeThree Stealth Serial Port (for LocalTalk to IIgs system (below))
    • Cambridge SoundWorks “SoundWorks” satellite / bass speaker system
  44. Philips Nino 510 (color) (1999)
  45. 3Com Palm V (1999)
  46. Handspring Visor (1999)
  47. Apple IIgs system (1999)
    • 2.8MHz 65C816, ROM 3 mobo (1.125MB RAM on-board) in “Limited Woz Edition” case
    • Apple Color RGB Monitor
    • Two Apple 3.5″ drives, Apple 5.25″ drive
    • Sirius RAM IIgs mem exp. board w/ 4MB (5.125MB total in system) [previosuly unused]
    • Kensington System Saver IIgs [previously unused]
    • Focus ~500MB IDE hard-card [previously unused]
    • SoundMeister )))stereo((( board (audio in/out)
    • CH Products Mach III joystick
    • Cambridge SoundWorks “PC Works” satellite / bass speaker system [previously unused]
  48. Psion Series 5mx (2000)
  49. NeXTstation Turbo Color system (2000)
    • 33MHz 68040, 128MB RAM, 2GB SCSI HD unit running NeXTSTEP v3.3
    • 21″ MegaPixel Color Display
    • NeXT SoundBox
    • Toshiba 12x SCSI CD-ROM (ext)
  50. Netpliance i-opener “internet machine” – HACKED (2000)
    • 200MHz IDT WinChip2 (w/ 3DNow!) (replacing orig. WinChip 200MHz)
    • 4.8GB, 2.5″ IDE HD
    • LinkSys 10/100Mbit USB->ethernet adapter
    • PFUCA Happy Hacking Lite 2 keyboard
    • Kensington Orbit trackball
    • …running MS Windows 98
  51. Apple Newton MessagePad 130 (2000) [new]
  52. Apple Newton eMate 300 (2000) [new]
  53. Apple Power Macintosh 6100 (2000)
    • 66MHz PowerPC 601 (33MHz system bus)
    • 24MB RAM, 400MB int. HD, 480MB ext. HD
    • 1MB L2 cache module [new]
    • Apple 15″ Portrait Display (256-level greyscale, 640×870 res.)
    • Zip Drive SCSI (ext.)
    • Apple Design Keyboard & Apple ADB Mouse II [new]
    • Apple Internet Transceiver (AAUI -> 10BaseT)
  54. Compaq iPAQ 3630 PocketPC (2000)
  55. Amiga 2000 (2000) [new]
    • 7.14MHz 68000, ECS chipset, 1MB CHIP RAM
    • GVP Series II HC+8 SCSI board w/ 770MB HD & 2MB FAST RAM [new]
    • ASDG Dual Serial Board[new]
    • Switch-Itt ROM Switcher (3.1 ROM & 1.3 ROM)
    • 2nd internal 3.5″ floppy[new]
    • Commodore 1084S RGB monitor
    • Epyx 500XJ joystick [new]
    • …running AmigaDOS 3.1 & AmigaDOS 1.3
  56. Amiga 1200 (Tower) (2000) [new]
    • Escom Amiga 1200, 16MHz 68EC020, 2MB Chip RAM [new]
    • ElBox “Winner Tower” (A1200 motherboard mounted in tower) [new]
    • Blizzard A1260 68060 50MHz accelerator w/ 24MB Fast RAM [new]
    • Blizzard SCSI module [new]
    • 1GB Fujitsu SCSI HD
    • 12x Toshiba SCSI CD-ROM drive [new]
    • FlickerMasterT scan-doubler/flicker-fixer [new]
    • Samtron 17″ monitor [new]
    • …running AmigaOS 3.9
  57. Compaq iPAQ 3630 PocketPC (2001)
    • CF sleeve converted to SilverSlider
    • Viking 128MB CF card
  58. Sony Playstation 2 (2001)
  59. Apple Power Mac G4 – Dual 800 (2001)
    • Dual 800MHz G4 (PowerPC 7450 rev 2.1) processors (256K L2 cache)
    • 768MB PC133 SDRAM
    • Dual 2MB 400MHz (200MHz DDR) L3 caches
    • 60GB IBM Deskstar 60GXP 7,200 RPM UltraATA drive (internal)
    • 40GB IBM Deskstar 40GV 5,400 RPM UltraATA drive (internal)
    • 160GB Maxtor 3000XT 5,400 RPM FireWire (Oxford 911) drive (external)
    • SuperDrive (CD/CD-RW/DVD/DVD-R) (internal)
    • Zip 250 drive (internal)
    • nVIDIA GeForce 3 64MB graphics board (AGP4x)
    • ATI Rage Orion (Rage 128) 16MB graphics board (PCI, for 2nd monitor)
    • Dual Sony CPD-G420S 19″ FD Trinitron displays
    • Apple 56Kbps modem (internal) replaced by GeeThree Stealth Serial Port (for network to IIgs)
    • Epson Stylus 777i USB color inkjet printer
    • Microtek ScanMaker X6 USB color, flatbed scanner
    • Apple Pro Keyboard and Pro Mouse (optical)
    • Saitek Cyborg 3D USB joystick
    • Cambridge SoundWorks “SoundWorks” 2.1 speaker system
  60. Apple iPod (2001)
  61. Sega Dreamcast (2002)
  62. Atari 800XL (2002)
  63. Atari 130XE (2002)
    • 2x Atari 1050 5.25″ floppy drives
    • Atari 1027 letter quality printer
  64. Sony Clie S360 (PalmOS) (2002)
  65. Apple Macintosh Plus (2002)
    • 8MHz 68000 CPU
    • Upgraded to 4MB RAM
    • Asante EN/SC SCSI->Ethernet adapter [new]
    • External Rodime 20MB SCSI HD
  66. Apple PowerCD (2002) [new]
  67. (Original) Macintosh (128K) (2002) [1901st Mac produced at Fremont, CA plant during 38th week of '84]
  68. 12″ Apple iBook 700 (2002)
    • 700MHz IBM PowerPC G3 “Sahara” (512K L2 cache)
    • 384MB RAM
    • 40GB HD
    • Combo DVD/CD-RW drive
    • AirPort Wireless Networking
  69. Nintendo GameCube (2002)
  70. SGI O2 Workstation (2003)
    • 175MHz MIPS R10000 CPU (1MB L2 cache)
    • 256MB RAM
    • 68GB Quantum UltraWide SCSI 10,000 RPM HD
    • 12x SCSI CD-ROM drive
    • A/V Module (audio, composite video, s-video in/out)
    • O2 Cam
    • SGI O2 Workstation Flat Panel Monitor Adapter
    • SGI 1600SW Flat Panel Monitor (17.3″ diag, 1600×1024 res, 110dpi)
    • “Granite” SGI keyboard & mouse
    • Running IRIX v6.5.17m
  71. Acorn Archimedes A5000 (2003)
  72. TI-99/4A system (2003)
    • TI-99/4A [NEW]
    • 3.3MHz 16-bit TMS9900 CPU
    • TI Peripheral Expansion Box
      • TI 32K Memory Expansion Card
      • Myarc RS-232 Card
      • TI Disk Controller Card
      • 5.25″ floppy drive
  73. HP-9000 712/60 (2003)
    • 60MHz PA-RISC CPU
    • 2GB SCSI HD
    • 64MB RAM
    • Running NeXTSTEP for PA-RISC v3.3
  74. Amiga 1200 (tower) (2004)
    • Amiga 1200 motherboard (14.3MHz 68EC020 CPU) [new]
    • Customized Noblesse ATX mid-tower case from Revanche LLC [new]
    • Blizzard A1260 accelerator w/ 66MHz 68060 CPU (overclocked 60MHz unit)
    • Blizzard SCSI module [new]
    • 2MB CHIP RAM / 64MB FAST RAM
    • 2GB SCSI HD
    • NEC SCSI CD-ROM drive
    • FlickerMagicT internal scan-doubler/flicker-fixer [new]
    • Sony 19″ G420 CRT
    • AmigaDOS v3.9 installed
  75. Pentium III 700 (2004)
    • 700MHz Pentium III CPU
    • 768MB PC100 SDRAM
    • 20GB ATA HD
    • 16x CD-ROM drive (EIDE)
    • Voodoo3 AGP gfx board
    • SoundBlaster Live! PCI soundcard
    • 3Com 10/100 Ethernet board
  76. Power Macintosh G5 (2004)
    • dual 2.5GHz G5 (PowerPC 970fx) CPUs
    • 4.5GB RAM
    • WD Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM SATA HD (8MB cache)
    • Maxtor 250GB 7200 RPM SATA HD (8MB cache)
    • Maxtor 250GB 7200 RPM external LaCie FireWire 800 HD (2MB cache)
    • 30″ Apple Cinema Display
    • GeForce 6800 Ultra DDL AGP video
    • 3-port FireWire PCI card
    • Apple iSight FireWire camera
    • Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speakers
  77. Apple Newton MessagePad 2100 (2004)
    • 162MHz StrongArm CPU
    • 16MB linear flash card
    • 8MB linear flash card
    • US Robotics Megahertz 33.6Kbps PCMCIA modem w/ X-JACK connector
    • Apple NiMH MP2x00 battery & Apple 4x AA battery tray
  78. Apple Newton eMate 300 (2004)
  79. Nintendo DS (2004)
  80. C64-DTV (2004)
  81. C-One (2004)
  82. Commodore 64C (2005)
    • Commodore 64C computer
    • 2x Commodore 1541 floppy drive (brown enclosure)
    • Commodore 1702 monitor
  83. Mac mini (2005)
    • 1.42GHz G4 Processor
    • 1GB RAM
    • 80GB HD
    • “Combo drive” – DVD/CD/CD-RW
  84. Sony PSP (2005)
    • 1GB SanDisk Memory Stick Pro DUO
  85. Apple //c (2005)
    • 1.02MHz 65C02 CPU
    • Apple Monitor //c and stand
  86. Apple Lisa 2/10 (2005)
    • 5MHz MC68000 CPU
    • 1MB RAM
    • 10MB HD
  87. Shuttle XPC i-series (2005)
    • 3.2GHz Pentium 4 (HT)
    • 1GB RAM
    • 80GB SATA 7200 RPM SATA HD
    • eVGA GeForce 6600GT PCI-Express video
    • Pioneer PDP-5060 50″ plasma HD display (1280×720 native)
    • Logitech wireless (RF) keyboard & mouse
    • Streamzap USB IR interface & remote
  88. Apple MacBook Pro (2006)
    • 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo CPU
    • 2GB RAM
    • 100GB 7200 RPM 2.5″ SATA HD
  89. Infrant ReadyNAS NV storage array (2006)
    • 280MHz IT3107 CPU
    • Four 500GB Seagate ST3500641AS Barracuda 7200.9 SATA hard drives
    • X-RAID configuration yielding ~1.5TB redundant networked storage
  90. Nintendo DS Lite (2006)
  91. Atari Jaguar (2006)
  92. Apple Mac Pro (2006)
    • dual 3GHz dual-core Xeon 5100 “Woodcrest” processors (quad core)
    • 4GB FB-DIMM RAM
    • WD Raptor 150GB 10,000 RPM SATA HD (16MB cache)
    • WD 250GB 7200 RPM SATA HD (8MB cache)
    • Seagate 250GB 7200 RPM SATA HD (8MB cache)
    • Maxtor 250GB 7200 RPM external LaCie FireWire 800 HD (2MB cache)
    • ATI Radeon X1900XT 512MB video card (PCI-Express)
    • 30″ Apple Cinema Display (16:9)
    • 20″ HP LP2065 Display (4:3, rotated)
    • Apple iSight FireWire camera
    • Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speakers
  93. Sega Saturn (2007)
    • Action Replay cartridge
    • analog controller (from NiGHTS)
  94. Palm V (2007)
  95. Atari 520ST (2007)
    • dual Atari SF314 3.5″ floppy drives
    • Atari SC1224 color RGB monitor
    • MicroMate A520 STation all-in-one system stand
  96. Apple TV (2007)
  97. Vectrex (2007)
  98. Power Macintosh G3 (beige) system (2007)
  99. iPhone 8GB (2007)
  100. Epson PX-8 “Geneva” (2007)
  101. Sony Playstation 3 (2007)
  102. Samsung DVD-N501 (Nuon) (2008)
  103. TRS-80 Model 4 (2008)
  104. Apple iPhone 3G (16GB) (2008)
  105. MacBook (late 2008) (2008)
    • Core 2 Duo (dual core) 2.4GHz
    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB Patriot SSD
    • mini DisplayPort to DVI adapter (for office connection to 20-inch Apple Cinema Display)
    • Microsoft Arc Mouse
  106. Apple IIe (enhanced) (2008)
    • Apple Color Monitor IIe
    • dual Apple Disk II 5.25″ drives
    • Apple DuoDisk drives (dead)
    • Apple II 3.5 Disk Controller Card
    • Apple SuperDrive (3.5″ floppy drive)
    • Korean Mockingboard A clone (sound card)
  107. Apple 2G iPod touch (16GB) (2009)
  108. Apple iPhone 3GS (32MB) (2009)
  109. Amiga 1000 (2009)
    • Commodore 1080 RGB monitor
    • Microbotics Starboard II (2MB RAM + SCSI controller)
    • 500MB SCSI HD in MicroNet enclosure
    • Commodore 1010 external floppy drive
  110. SAM440ep Flex system (2009)
    • 733MHz PowerPC 440 SoC
    • 128MB Radeon 9250 PCI graphics card
    • Running AmigaOS 4.1
  111. Sega Nomad (2009)
  112. Apple iPad 64GB (WiFi version) (2010)
  113. Apple iPhone 4 (32MB) (2010)
  114. HP desktop PC (2010)
    • Athlon II X4 630 (quad-core) 2.8GHz
    • 4GB RAM
    • GeForce 8800 GT
      • Sony CPD-G420S 19″ FD Trinitron display
      • Samsung 20″ (4:3) LCD
    • Running Windows 7 64-bit
  115. Apple TV (second revision) (2010)
  116. MacBook Air 11-inch (2010)
    • 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo CPU
    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD
  117. Texas Instruments CC-40 (2010)
    • w/ TI HexBus 300-baud HexBus external modem
  118. Nintendo 3DS (2011)
  119. Tandy Color Computer 3 (2011)
    • 512K RAM
    • FD-500 dual-floppy drive system
    • DriveWire 3
    • Tandy Speech Sound Cartridge
    • Tandy Color Mouse
    • Tandy Deluxe Joystick
  120. Apple iPad 2 (64GB) (2011)
  121. Apple iPhone 4S (64GB) (2011)
  122. Apple 27-inch iMac (“mid-2011″)
    • 3.4GHz Intel Core i7 CPU
    • 16GB DDR3 RAM (1333MHz)
    • AMD Radeon HD 6970M 2GB GPU
    • 256GB SSD + 2TB HD internal storage
    • Dual external displays
  123. Sony Playstation Vita (2012)
  124. Apple iPad (3rd Generation) 64GB (WiFi, 4G cellular) (2012)
  125. Tandy Color Computer 2 (2012)
  126. Raspberry Pi (Model B) (2012)
  127. MacBook Air 11-inch (“mid-2012″)
    • 2.0GHz Intel Core i7 CPU
    • 8GB RAM
    • 256GB SSD
  128. Apple iPhone 5 (64GB) (2012)
  129. Apple iPad (4th Generation) 64GB (WiFi) (2012)
  130. Apple iPad mini 64GB (WiFi) (2012)
  131. Apple iPhone 5S (64GB) (2013)
  132. Philips Velo 1 HPC (2013)
  133. AMD 5×86 160MHz AT-class PC (2014)
    • ASUS PVI-486SP3 motherboard w/ ISA, PCI, VLB slots, 256K L2 cache
    • 32MB RAM
    • Adaptec 1542 SCSI controller (ISA)
    • Seagate Hawk 1GB SCSI hard disk
    • Toshiba 32x SCSI CD-ROM drive
    • Gravis UltraSound w/ 1MB RAM (ISA)
    • Tseng ET4000/W32p video card w/ 2MB RAM (VLB)
    • 3Com EtherLink III network card (ISA)
    • Logitech MouseMan III serial mouse
    • DOS 6.22, Windows 95C installed
  134. Apple Retina iPad mini 64GB (WiFi) (2014)
  135. systemboard swap on HP 712/60, making it an HP 712/100 (2014)
    • PA-RISC CPU (PA-7100LC) went 60MHz -> 100MHz
    • External L1 cache went 64K -> 256K
    • Max RAM went 128MB -> 192MB (64MB installed)

:: Last updated: June 12, 2014

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