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PC related Interesting hardware on Ebay
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1983-Compaq-Por ... 0#viTabs_0
Compaq Portable 1983 currently at $70.00. The keyboard is behaving funny, though. Nothing that couldn't be fixed.
IBM PC 5162 (XT/286) with IBM VGA (?)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-IBM-51 ... SwwpdW4i9F
An IBM PC 5150 in very good condition with 5151 Monochrome monitor and 64KB of RAM.
Maybe not exactly hardware, but who wouldn't want to have "Bill Gates' Personal Super Secret Private Laptop"!?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BILL-GATES-Pers ... t_44wt_864
I've actually got one of these "books" and it is pretty funny.
*IBM XGA (Not XGA-2)
(IBM XGA / XGA-2 BIOS is Not dumped yet.)
There is a VERY attractive and complete Seequa Chameleon computer on eBay.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Seequa- ... _841wt_627
Can't quite see the disk labels in the pictures, but the seller says it includes Seequa's MS-DOS 1.25. The only dump out there that claims to be MS-DOS 1.25 Seequa OEM actually contains IBM-PC DOS 1.10.
The Seequa Chameleon is an early IBM PC compatible luggable that competed against the Compaq Portable. From what I have read it is fairly IBM PC compatible, and can run titles like Flight Simulator II. Notably, it has a secondary 8-bit Z-80 CPU so it can also run CP/M-80 software.
*Vintage 1983 Microsoft Board and Mouse
There is a very nice looking and complete Eagle 1600 model 1620 on Ebay.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eagle-1600-Comp ... _485wt_864
Unlike the others I have seen, this one is not a rustbucket and even still has it's front label. It also has the original Eagle keyboard, manuals and floppy disks.
They don't say which version of MS-DOS this has and they don't show a DOS disk. But the earlier ones came with a version of MS-DOS 1.25 that was unusual in that it has hard drive support. (However, the model 1620 does not have a hard drive, the model 1630 did). Another odd thing about Eagle's DOS is that it supports their Quad Density drives for 800K on each disk.
Copy II PC Option Board - NIB (New Sealed!)
An Amiga Sidecar for the Commodore Amiga 1000. The Amiga A1060 aka Sidecar is practically an XT clone, but it requires the Amiga 1000 for it to actually work.
*Zenith ZDE-1211 rare DOS pc, Enhanced graphics, 1mb RAM
*TEXAS INSTRUMENTS PORTABLE PERSONAL COMPUTER 2238675
*Televideo TS1603 with Applications and CPM 1.1 /MSDOS 2.0
*IBM 5531 GRAY INDUSTRIAL PC 10Mb HDD-262Kb RAM DOS 3.3- 5151 MONO DISP
*IBM 8590 System Unit (with Special H/W Config)
NEW Laser Compact XT in Original Box:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Laser-Compa ... ht_495wt_0
This is a PC clone in the same form factor of the Laser 128 Apple II clone.
I've never been able to find an answer to this, but is there any expansion capability on these? Such as an internal or external place to plug in a small ISA card?
*Hyundai Super-286C + MS-DOS 3.20
*IBM PC 5150 with 16-64KB MB (Rev.A) with good condition
*CENTRAL POINT COPY II PC DELUXE (TransCopy Optionboard)
*Copy II PC Option Board (Not Deluxe)
*COPY II PC DELUXE OPTION BOARD
*IBM 5531 GRAY INDUSTRIAL PC
*IBM 3270 Personal Computer Motherboard
*IBM PS/2 Model 30
--> This is rare original PS/2 Model 30 with BIOS 09/02/86
*CENTRAL POINT COPY II PC DELUXE (TransCopy)
*IBM PC XT TANDY POWERHOUSE X-10 HOME AUTOMATION & CONTROL
IBM System/2 P70 386 PC - $1,300AU
IBM Portable PC Model 5155 - $2,600AU (Runs an Intel 8088 CPU, 256K RAM, and CGA graphics)
*IBM PC/AT 5170 with Monitor
*Compaq DeskPro 286 PC Desktop Model 2551 (1987)
*Compaq Deskpro 286
*CENTRAL POINT COPY II PC DELUXE
Otrona Attache Computer
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Otrona-Attache- ... _198wt_864
Notably, this includes an original Attache MS-DOS disk. Winworld already has a dump of one of these, but since this is a non IBM hardware compatible and that DOS does not run on IBM compatibles, a comparison would be welcome.
The Attache is a rather interesting little computer. It has a very "vintagy" style to it. They are Z80 CP/M based machines, but with the addition of an x86 card - which presumably this one has since it includes the DOS disk - they can run MS-DOS programs. There weren't very many of these made but they were sold primarily to the high end science and technology market that were less likely to throw them out, so many have survived.
What looks to be an early Gateway 2000:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gateway-2000-Co ... t_1043wt_0
There is an IBM 5150 with a bunch of software, but the picture is too small to read everything (looks like they uploaded thumbnails?) and they don't show disks:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/IBM-5150-Person ... t_42wt_864
It has at least DOS 1.1, Lotus 1-2-3 1.x, and PFS Write for IBM.
A DECpos 2 point of sale PC:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/DEC-DECPos2-POS ... _388wt_864
I don't think I have seen one of those before although I have seen many other Digital DECpcs.
Also a generic 286:
I like it because I used to have a simlar 286 case, but mine was totally torn up before I finally had to get rid of it.
And just because it looks cool, an AST 286:
Is it just my imagination or have there been a lot of Compaq Portables on eBay latley?
Goodwill has this ebay auction for a Portable Plus instead of throwing it in the chipper shredder like they normally do:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Compaq-Plus-Com ... t_1371wt_0
There is an uncommon "telecompaq" up on eBay right now:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/TELECOMPAQ-Vint ... 1560wt_627
Supposedly an odd hybrid of the deskpro and portable with extra telecommunications stuff built in to it.
Opportunity to purchase a new 8-bit ISA video card with 256K memory, driver disk and all. Made by Eagle Technologies Australia.
Computer system 1984; Zenith Data Systems ZW 151-52 with hard drive and monitor
1987 Commodore Computer PC 10/Monitor 2002/Keyboard/Manuals & Games
Huge honking lot of 48 IBM PC 5150 and XT 5160 cases, most missing parts:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Huge-Lot-48-Vin ... _200wt_864
Compaq Presario 2200 Desktop Computer. Interesting to me because of its black case and built-in speakers which weren't that common in the Late-90s.
And coming from Italy. a Compaq EVO D510 e-PC, One of the rarest variations of the D510 Model.
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