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    Quote Originally Posted by 3 Phase Lightbulb View Post
    Part of my vintage Mac collection
    I have a lot of old computer equipment, including a Mitsubishi RLL disk drive (30 MB?).

    I have a cannibalized Columbia Data "luggable" computer with an amber CRT screen,

    a Samsung portable computer with two ISA slots and an orange plasma screen, and a "lunchbox" style computer similar to this:

    http://www.oldcomputermuseum.com/compaq_lunchbox.html



    If you are interested in any of this stuff, let me know. There is a computer museum near me, but I'm not sure they would want these things. I did donate an old keyboard that may have come from NASA during the 1969 Moon Mission, and an original Sinclair ZX80.

    https://museum.syssrc.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by PStechPaul View Post
    I have a lot of old computer equipment, including a Mitsubishi RLL disk drive (30 MB?).

    I have a cannibalized Columbia Data "luggable" computer with an amber CRT screen,

    a Samsung portable computer with two ISA slots and an orange plasma screen, and a "lunchbox" style computer similar to this:

    http://www.oldcomputermuseum.com/compaq_lunchbox.html

    If you are interested in any of this stuff, let me know. There is a computer museum near me, but I'm not sure they would want these things. I did donate an old keyboard that may have come from NASA during the 1969 Moon Mission, and an original Sinclair ZX80.

    https://museum.syssrc.com/


    That's cool stuff. I look for more specific things nowadays. I'm always looking for Corvus Systems equipment. I'm also after Xebec SASI controllers (Used in the Apple Sider hard disk systems). Apple II CMS SCSI controllers, Apple II Sandwich II SCSI controllers, etc. Of course the elusive Apple I. I'm also looking for an Apple II clone called a "Cherry Computer". Our high school had one in the computer lab and I've not been able to find another one anywhere. I'm also into the apple II clones like the Laser 128, the Franklin ACE 1000, etc. This stuff brings tears to my eyes
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