I cannot ship, but if you're in the Chicagoland area you can have for free a
PS/2 Model 25 and/or Panasonic Sr. Partner, both working but in need of some
care. The PS/2 model 25's internal monitor has a lack of red shift, and the
Sr. Partner tends to lock up after a few hours of heavy use (ie playing a game)
but otherwise both have sound innards (and the model 25 has a 20MB drive).
I'm keeping my other "interesting" early PCs (PCjrs, Tandy 1000s, and
6300 (olivetti M24)) unless an appropriate offer is made :-)
Chris M wrote:
to name a few: Mindset PC, HP Vectra (8086 or 286),
Televideo Personal-Mini and PM/286, Canon AS-100 and
AS-200, Xerox 8/16, NEC APC, Victor 9000, etc. I
concentrate on the semi-compatibles. Also looking for
SOFTWARE, IBM compatible and semi-compatible versions
alike. I have been looking for an early version of
Microsoft Fortran for as long as I can remember.
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