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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
Found this pic on another forum, i'm guessing it's from around 1997/98. I still use some of this kit lol. Yup i still have a Pentium II box going strong :w00t:

http://www.iphotoshop.org/upload/public/753/pc.jpg
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Those prices are in $ though, I paid £1000 for my first computer in 1996 from PC World, A PowerMac which had a 2GB Hard Drive and a 180Mhz Processer, was a bargain at the time too as had just been reduced from £1200
#2
my first computer was commadore 64 ... I used to copy games god them was the days lol
#3
My first real computer was the Mac, but before that I bought a Spectrum 48k in 1983, the kids of today don't know they are born each time we wanted to play a game we had to load from cassettes for 5 minutes and in that time wondering if it would load or not!
#4
http://newton.sunderland.ac.uk/~specfreak/MySpeccies/ZX-Spectrum-128k+.jpg

It ruled :thumbsup:
#5
#6
I've got one of the toshiba laptops, Still works fine!
#7
Great website for Spectrum emulators for your PC or Mac and all of the games, all free...

http://www.worldofspectrum.org/
#8
Still have my Speccy 48k with about 200+ original games and books.
learned how to program and all about machine code too :)


[SIZE="5"][COLOR="Red"]3.5 MHz [/COLOR][/SIZE] :thumbsup:
#9
My first one was a 500 odd MHZ that could only run Hover and Word lol :thumbsup:
#10
Money Spinning
My first real computer was the Mac, but before that I bought a Spectrum 48k in 1983, the kids of today don't know they are born each time we wanted to play a game we had to load from cassettes for 5 minutes and in that time wondering if it would load or not!

God,how i remember those days,hours wasted just trying to get games to load.
Off the subject of computers but related to prices,i am drawn to the first DVD recorder i bought in 1978,a betamax that cost £500,which in 1978 was an absolute fortune.Bought an Atari gaming machine when they came out,think it was about £100.It was ace.
#11
A sinclair ..... god that old skool . which one had the small keyboard ????
#12
i am drawn to the first DVD recorder i bought in 1978,a betamax that cost £500


You mean video recorder right? - My dad bought a Ferguson top loader when they first came out late 80's cost him nearly £1000 and the remote that came with it had a lead!
#13
A sinclair ..... god that old skool . which one had the small keyboard ????


http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/5874/16kspec.jpg

The 16k Spectrum and then it was the more popular 48k version that looked identical apart from the upgrade, LOL 16k wouldn't even get you a decent text document nowadays!
#14
paid almost 2k for our first pc

350mhz
64 ram i think

about 10gb hard disk

was the bees knees
#15
Did they do a 125k .... i think i had one its had a floppy disk drive
#16
I had an Amstrad 464 with green screen. All games bought from Woolies - I'll never forget the ound of the games loading!
#17
I've got a Spectrum 128K, It wasn't in my era but just wanted to see what it was like!

Games do take awhile to load!
#18
Damnnn them were the days. Did anyone have Intellivision? Oh my gosh that was too good!! Pitfall ruled lol.
#19
I had a Colecovision console too, they were good.
#20
I remember buying an External 8 Speed CD Writer in about 2000/2002 and it costs £220 from PC World
#21
Check out these cool PCs from Dell LOL
Obviously you will have to check out the latest beta of Windows98 ;-)
#22
I used to have a vectrex.

http://www.thegameconsole.com/vectrex.jpg

Also I remember getting a Commodore Amiga in my mid teens and was really chuffed when it came with .5mb of ram. Those were the days.
#23
had one of those too. I remember you had to change colour by changing the plastic screen that when on the front of the CRT.

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