Computers + Peripherals

Apple Lisa

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An overview of the Apple Lisa.

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WANG Computer

WANG Mainframe - 9
This historical curiosity I picked up at a school. I'm not entirely sure what it does or how it does it.

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Aamber Pegasus

Aamber Pegasus
The Aamber Pegasus is a somewhat elusive beast. First produced in New Zealand in 1981, it was the first kit computer developed & sold within the nation.

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Deep Dish: Prototype ANS 300

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This machine is a rare prototype of the Apple Network Server 300, Apple's low end ANS that never shipped.

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Deep Dish Notes

Deep Dish - front
A few interesting notes pertaining to the ANS 300.

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Deep Dish: The cost of running prototypes...

Deep Dish - linux boots
Things don't always go smoothly when you're running on prototype hardware...

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Newton eMate 300

eMate 300 - front
A small sleek laptop, and perfect for batman.

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Stealth GS

Stealth GS - Label
The Apple IIgs motherboard was available as an upgrade for Apple IIe users.

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Expanding Your Mac - A Rundown of Macintosh Slots

Computers were designed as general purpose machines with the ability to do anything in the digital world that one can imagine. The standard configuration of a machine may not suit the mind of a creator or artist, so they'll add something to it. Their are many different types of boards available and they can fit into different types of slots. The type of slot dictates how many things work inside of a machine. The most common features are integrated onto a computer's motherboard but they are addressed virtually as if the functionality were an expansion card.

Vaporware - Umax prototypes

Vaporware is best defined as those prodcuts you heard about, but never could go out and buy them because the company never officially releases the product. What remains are obscure press releases, random pictures, beta software, and demos of prototypes

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