“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)
    • ECS, 1MB CHIP RAM, AmigaDOS 1.3
    • SupraDrive 2000 SCSI controller + 80MB HD
    • SupraRAM 2000 memory card w/ 1MB FAST RAM
    • A-Max Macintosh emulator module
    • SupraModem 2400
    • Epson LX-800 printer
  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 “Yosemite”(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 500 (2000)
  56. 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
  57. 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
  58. Compaq iPAQ 3630 PocketPC (2001)
    • CF sleeve converted to SilverSlider
    • Viking 128MB CF card
  59. Sony Playstation 2 (2001)
  60. Apple Power Mac G4 – Dual 800 “Quicksilver”(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
  61. Apple iPod (2001)
  62. Sega Dreamcast (2002)
  63. Atari 800XL (2002)
  64. Atari 130XE (2002)
    • 2x Atari 1050 5.25″ floppy drives
    • Atari 1027 letter quality printer
  65. Sony Clie S360 (PalmOS) (2002)
  66. Apple Macintosh Plus (2002)
    • 8MHz 68000 CPU
    • Upgraded to 4MB RAM
    • Asante EN/SC SCSI->Ethernet adapter [new]
    • External Rodime 20MB SCSI HD
  67. Apple PowerCD (2002) [new]
  68. (Original) Macintosh (128K) (2002) [1901st Mac produced at Fremont, CA plant during 38th week of ’84]
  69. 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
  70. Nintendo GameCube (2002)
  71. 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
  72. Acorn Archimedes A5000 (2003)
  73. 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
  74. HP-9000 712/60 (2003)
    • 60MHz PA-RISC CPU
    • 2GB SCSI HD
    • 64MB RAM
    • Running NeXTSTEP for PA-RISC v3.3
  75. 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
  76. 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
  77. 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
  78. 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
  79. Apple Newton eMate 300 (2004)
  80. Nintendo DS (2004)
  81. C64-DTV (2004)
  82. C-One (2004)
  83. Commodore 64C (2005)
    • Commodore 64C computer
    • 2x Commodore 1541 floppy drive (brown enclosure)
    • Commodore 1702 monitor
  84. Mac mini (2005)
    • 1.42GHz G4 Processor
    • 1GB RAM
    • 80GB HD
    • “Combo drive” – DVD/CD/CD-RW
  85. Sony PSP (2005)
    • 1GB SanDisk Memory Stick Pro DUO
  86. Apple //c (2005)
    • 1.02MHz 65C02 CPU
    • Apple Monitor //c and stand
  87. Apple Lisa 2/10 (2005)
    • 5MHz MC68000 CPU
    • 1MB RAM
    • 10MB HD
  88. 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
  89. Apple MacBook Pro (2006)
    • 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo CPU
    • 2GB RAM
    • 100GB 7200 RPM 2.5″ SATA HD
  90. 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
  91. Nintendo DS Lite (2006)
  92. Atari Jaguar (2006)
  93. 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
  94. Nintendo Wii (2006) [died]
  95. Xbox 360 Premium Edition 20GB (2007) [died – red ringed]
  96. Sega Saturn (2007)
    • Action Replay cartridge
    • analog controller (from NiGHTS)
  97. Palm V (2007)
  98. Atari 520ST (2007)
    • dual Atari SF314 3.5″ floppy drives
    • Atari SC1224 color RGB monitor
    • MicroMate A520 STation all-in-one system stand
  99. Apple TV (2007)
  100. Vectrex (2007)
  101. Power Macintosh G3 (beige) system (2007)
  102. iPhone 8GB (2007)
  103. Epson PX-8 “Geneva” (2007)
  104. Sony Playstation 3 (2007) [died]
  105. Samsung DVD-N501 (Nuon) (2008)
  106. TRS-80 Model 4 (2008)
  107. Apple iPhone 3G (16GB) (2008)
  108. 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
  109. 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)
  110. Apple 2G iPod touch (16GB) (2009)
  111. Apple iPhone 3GS (32MB) (2009)
  112. Xbox 360 Premium Edition 60GB (2009) [replacing dead unit]
  113. 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
  114. SAM440ep Flex system (2009)
    • 733MHz PowerPC 440 SoC
    • 128MB Radeon 9250 PCI graphics card
    • Running AmigaOS 4.1
  115. Sega Nomad (2009)
  116. Apple iPad 64GB (WiFi version) (2010)
  117. Apple iPhone 4 (32MB) (2010)
  118. 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
  119. Sony Playstation 3 (2010) [replacing dead unit]
  120. Apple TV (second revision) (2010)
  121. MacBook Air 11-inch (2010)
    • 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo CPU
    • 4GB RAM
    • 128GB SSD
  122. Texas Instruments CC-40 (2010)
    • w/ TI HexBus 300-baud HexBus external modem
  123. Nintendo 3DS (2011)
  124. 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
  125. Apple iPad 2 (64GB) (2011)
  126. Apple iPhone 4S (64GB) (2011)
  127. 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
  128. Nintendo Wii (2011) [replacing dead unit]
  129. Sony Playstation Vita (2012)
  130. Apple iPad (3rd Generation) 64GB (WiFi, 4G cellular) (2012)
  131. Tandy Color Computer 2 (2012)
  132. Raspberry Pi (Model B) (2012)
  133. MacBook Air 11-inch (“mid-2012”)
    • 2.0GHz Intel Core i7 CPU
    • 8GB RAM
    • 256GB SSD
  134. Power Macintosh G4 “Sawtooth” (2012)
    • 400MHz PowerPC G4
    • UltraWide SCSI
  135. Apple iPhone 5 (64GB) (2012)
  136. Apple iPad (4th Generation) 64GB (WiFi) (2012)
  137. Apple iPad mini 64GB (WiFi) (2012)
  138. Apple iPhone 5S (64GB) (2013)
  139. Philips Velo 1 HPC (2013)
  140. 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
  141. Apple Retina iPad mini 64GB (WiFi) (2014)
  142. 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)
  143. Apple iPhone 6 (128GB) (2014)
  144. Sony Playstation 4 (2014)
  145. Apple iPad Air 2 128GB (WiFi) (2015)
  146. Raspberry Pi 2 (2015)
  147. Apple Watch (42mm, stainless steel, white Sport Band) (2015)
  148. Apple iPhone 6S Plus (128GB) (2015)
  149. Apple TV (fourth revision, 64GB) (2015)
  150. ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA (2016)
  151. Sharp Mobilon HC-4600 Handheld PC (MIPS, Windows CE 2.0) (2016)
  152. HP Jornada 720 Handheld PC (StrongARM, Windows CE 3.0) (2016)

:: Last updated: March 2, 2016

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    Hey Blake,

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  13. Warren Prelesnik says:

    I have to sell or donate both an original Pet 2001 8K computer (number 79 off the assembly line) that I bought in SF after going to the First Computer Fair at Brooks Hall. It still works like new and has been in my storage all of these years – including the old software for it.

    I also have an Amiga 1000 that I bought in PA when it first came out. It has the RGB monitor as well as all of the software and programs that I got back then.

    I hate to scrap or sell them in a garage sale, but I am down sizing and need to deal with both PCs. I am wiling to donate them or sell to the right person or group that won’t destroy them. Do you have any ideas. recommendations, or offer any help in doing that???

    • Blake Patterson says:

      I’ve tweeted a link to your comment. I imagine a few responses will come. Good luck, and I’m sure they can find a good home.

    • Achim says:

      Warren,
      I guess the PET 2001 is gone but maybe I got luck. I am a collector and preserve these vintage computer in my pretty big collection. I own some PET and would be happy to buy your PET 2001.
      Achim

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