I gutted one of those machines a while back and used the power supply toQuote:> I never really liked the 286, it's faster than an 8086- but not much. The
> machines they ran in tended to be heavy and bulky for some reason (IBM AT
> for instance).
Just like the Atari's, man. They were great in their day. Now, like Rodney
Dangerfield, "they don't get no respect".
I loved that movie 'Hackers' with Angelina Jollie- the part
Um, there's a few things there that don't add up. First, that movie was madeQuote:> where they were oohing and ahhing over her new 286 notebook that was
> at blazing speeds. HAHA
I liked the movie simply because I found it to be totally hilarious by how
"off-the-wall" it was/is. I laughed myself silly over how "Zero Cool"
pirated his phone connection at the beginning. Good movie, as long as you
don't take it TOO seriously.
The Undead Mechanic.
Is it possible to link my old 286 with my brand new 130XE ? I will use the
286 as a data storage for my 130XE . Exists there programms to do that ?
Or is it simple better to connect a harddisk with my Atari...(It is very
Die Zeit ist ein gro?er Meister . Schade nur , da? sie ihre Lehrlinge
sterben l??t .
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