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Edi Capable

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NJ Valuator

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Remember when being this was something to brag about. EDI.
 

panappr

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Heck I remember bragging to my friends that I had a 20MB hard drive.
 

RSW

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My Tandy TRS 80 only had 10 mbs and it had 512 k of RAM. I was cookin back then.
 

TRESinc

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a few weeks ago i found the original computer i bought in it's box in the attic. it had the monochrome monitor and two, yes not one but TWO, 5.25" floppy drives. it came with two copies of DOS 1.0 and one of them i still have unopened...
 

RSW

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a few weeks ago i found the original computer i bought in it's box in the attic. it had the monochrome monitor and two, yes not one but TWO, 5.25" floppy drives. it came with two copies of DOS 1.0 and one of them i still have unopened...

I have my original 486 monochrome laptop computer in the attic. It has a 3.5 floppy drive. My Tandy had the 5 & 1/4 floppy and then I installed a 3.5 in it too. Boy, those were the days.
 

TRESinc

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486? you were light years ahead of my machines. after the original 8088 i upgraded to a 386DX40 and thought that i could never need a faster machine... well except for when i played certain games and had to modify the boot sequence to allow the ram enough space to load the games...
 

RSW

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My actual first computer was an Atari 1200 with a tape backup. It has 56k of ram.
 

Slappy

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I made a lotta dough off that old 486 back in the day...
 
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