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  • Birthday 04/27/1965
  1. No, most of them are working, but some of my earlier mac's need recapping, same with 2 of my Atari ST's. The most are stored, but so that I can take them when I want.
  2. ooh I forgot my playstation (1,3,4) and xbox (original, 360) game consoles. And my Playstation handhelds.
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  4. What do I have: - snes - Nintendo 64 - Gamecube - Wii - Wii U - Switch - Gameboy - Gameboy Color - DS - DS XL - DS XL 3D - Sega GameGear - Atari 2600 - Atari Lynx - Atari 65XE - Atari 800XE - Atari 520ST - Atari 1040ST - Atari 1040STf - Atari 1040STfm - Atari 1040 STe (2x) - Atari Mega STe (2x) - Atari TT030 - Atari Falcon - Commodore C16 (with internal 64k) - Commodore 64 Breadbin (3x) - Commodore 64C (2x) - Commodore C128 - Amiga 500 (2x) - Amiga 2000 (2x) - Amiga 1200 - Amiga CDtv - Apple 512k ED - Apple Macintosh Plus - Apple Macintosh SE/30 - Apple Macintosh IIfx - Apple Macintosh IIsi - Apple Macintosh Performa II - Apple Quadra 640 - Apple Quadra 840av - Apple Quadra 900 with A/UX - Apple Macintosh 8100 - Apple Macintosh 8600 - Apple Macintosh 9600 - Apple PowerPc G3 (grey version) - Apple PowerPc G3 blue and white version -- Apple PowerPc G4 - Apple PowerMac G5 - Apple MacPro 1.1 - Apple MacPro 2.1 - Apple MacPro 3.1 - Apple xServe 2.1 - Apple xServe 3.1 - Apple Powerbook G3 - Apple Powerbook G4 (2x) - Apple MacBook - Apple MacBook Pro (2x) - Apple eMac - Apple iMac G3 - Apple iMac G5 - Apple iMac 2008 (2x) - Apple iMac 2010 27 inch - Apple iMac 2011 21 inch - Apple MacMini 2011 - ZX Spectrum 48k (I have/had more of them, no clue were they are) - Sinclair QL Oh yes the Apple Newton and Apple eMate 300, I almost forgot, ooh and the Atari Portfolio, ooh I almost forgot, an original IBM PC with 8088 and CGA color monitor. For the rest an Arduino board, some Raspberry Pi's (2 and 4) and some Cypress PSoc's That's it.
  5. Goodafternoon (14.54 CET converted from Regular Stardate), To break the endless waiting, I am in the holosuite playing with some very ancient computers, at the moment with an Atari TT030, trying out some ancient programming languages. Hisoft Basic for an example. A colleague showed my that he had replicated a computer called Commander X16. And I wanted to know where it came from, so I asked the Ship's computer to send me to 2020. It's great that I can now see how this X16 came about. Almost first hand. Pitty that you are all dead for a few hundred years now, but we take your legacy into the future. Kind regards, Lt deBoer Starship USS Amsterdam Starfleet Defence Squadron
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