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- Fri Nov 17, 2017 3:32 pm
- Forum: Vintage Computers
- Topic: Your favorite vintage non-palmtop computer?
- Replies: 23
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My favorite is still the Tandy 100 family. At one point I had a 100, 102 (the best one IMHO), the clamshell 200, and a WP-2, along with the disk drives, tape drive, acoustic modem, some fancy ROM upgrades, etc. I also had a couple NEC look-alikes and a weird Epson version with an even smaller screen...
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I just picked up one of these (the 2.5MB version) at an estate sale. It doesn't seem to have the backlit LCD (or I haven't found how to turn on a backlight!). It did come with two Solid State flash cards (PCMCIA cards), with a variety of other software including Windows 3.1. I can get Windows to run...