Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by Cannula, Jul 23, 2015.
Have a good one, then hang on to it. Copper vultures will make them scarce soon enough.
I was forced to dispose of half of mine, still have a 17" dell branded Philips and 17" viewsonic. My mate used to have a 21", wouldn't mind something like that. Or a decent TV to use light guns with
that's the kind of stuff that will become hard to find in future. Probably faster than most of us will realise.
It will be like a lightening bolt. $20,000 small business tax break
Out it all goes........................
A whole heap of random crap, VLB/ISA controller cards, a couple of Et4000s a few S3 Pci cards, old memory, hmmm, could be good for someone in Melbourne although the postage looks awfully low.
:: That super socket 7 system is at $28 with 3hrs to go, good up and running retro system.
Overdrive Pentium. * Note * Last pic. Orange tracks below battery.
Particularly 4th on the right. Battery has x2 fat ass cheeks, let rip mostly dry discharge.
Thats not a pentium overdrive.
Looks like a 486 DX2 66 overdrive to me. Had one back in the day.
Large Amiga collection 4 days to run. @ $1300
Nice bulk package with software Brisbane $77
I like this 286: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/321829210455
Price is high, but you don't see complete OEM 286 machines come up often, especially ones so clean.
Wow, that 286 is clean!
That looks very nice! But I think your right about the price.
Out of curiosity I can't seem to find much about the 286s but I can the 88s which was an 8088 which used the same chassis. Did a bit more digging to see if I could find a 386s, but nothing other than a notebook they did with a similar name. It's possible they were the only desktops they did before moving to notebooks?
Definitely a nice looking machine.
I'd say well worth the coin. Even an offer close to it.
Very nice condition & only notice some paint chips around back on the cover.
To note, even the steel framing inside has lost it's sheen. It's just so old.
Ahh SAMTRON, Samsung's cheap and nasty.
Price now down to $150 or best offer. Maybe he's watching us?
Nah Atari Joe, he just want some monies. Like rest of us
Meh.........cheap & nasty like this. Tried sell my restored one here for pittance.
Do you ever have anything positive to contribute to these threads?
It can't be that bad given it works after 25 years.
I just call it like I see it, and SAMTRON was Samsung's budget brand for many years. I remember their monitors mostly, they were pretty average. I don't think I've ever seen a SAMTRON PC before this one though.
Not really what I'd call retro..........but ddr & this thing will give your system wings. Take note Phil
I so wanted one of these when they came out, from "memory" they were crazy expensive though!!
"Old Computer" Complete with 98 Plus!