Is anybody interested in an MicroWay T800 MonoPuter2 board ISA-bus
with lots of Transputer documentation and books?
Klar h?tte ich Interesse. Was willst Du dafr noch haben?
I have seen things you lusers would not believe. I've seen Sun
monitors on fire off the side of the multimedia lab. I've seen
NTU lights glitter in the dark near the Mail Gate. All these
things will be lost in time, like the root partition last week.
I currently have a Tandy 1000RLX computer that I will give (yes give) to the
first person who responds to this post. All I ask is that you pay for
The 1000RLX is a 286 machine. The memory has been upgraded to 1 meg. It
doesn't currently have a hard drive, but does support a 40 meg seagate. The
only thing wrong with it is that it's missing the power supply.
Again, I am giving this, free of charge, to anyone willing to pay for shipping.
Please respond via Email.
These are the specs from Tandy:
TANDY 1000RLX (250-1452/53) Specifications Faxback Doc. # 1321
Dimensions: 14.9 x 14 x 2.88" Weight: 10.7 lbs.
Processor: 80286 CPU Speed: 10/5 MHz Switchable
FCC Class: B, UL Listed Wait States: N/A
# of Slots: (1) 9.5" XT Add. Device Exp: (1) 3.5"
MTBF: N/A Std. Memory: 25-1452 512K
25-1453 1 MB
Op. Sys: MS-DOS Max. Memory: 1 MB
Video: Built-in VGA Video Chip Set: NCR 77C20
Mem Cache: 364K
Heat Output: 125 Btu/hr Power Supply: 110 VAC, 60Hz
Std. Ports: RS-232 Serial-(DB-9 M) Keyboard: 101 Key Enhanced
Earphone-(1 Mini) Math Co.: N/A
Joysticks (2)-(8 Pin Din) Floppy: 1.44MB
Mouse-(PS/2) Environment: Operating: 55 F to 85 F
in F) Storage:-40 F to 149 F
Bi-Dir. & Uni-Dir. Printer-(DB25 M) Humidity: 20 to 80%
Non-Operating: 10 to 80%