From: Patrick Jankowiak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Feb 02 2003 - 02:22:06 PST
It would be at home in my M35 displaying ALE/PSK31 output from the
GRC106.. Too bad someone else go it, I didn't see it in time. Hope it
gets a good home and doesn't get hacked up too bad!
"Fred H. Schlesinger" wrote:
> Somebody else will have to tell us where they were used and for what.
> As is, a 486 computer isn't good for much. Would run old dos applications
> and Windows 3.1. Windows 95 would be very slow.
> Win 98 requires at least a 386.
> The box is very cool. If the display could be used to display any kind of
> graphics, and you could hack up the insides to put a somewhat modern
> motherboard with a pentum in there, you would have something usable as a
> somewhat modern computer.
> Otherwise, I hear that Dos software is cheap and plentiful (Dumpster diving)
> and it is an interesting piece of memorabilia as a military mobile computer.
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 9:23 AM
> Subject: [MV] MV Computer?
> > Any of you electronic guru's out there take a look at this item and tell
> > what it's for. It's aready sold but it sure is neat. If it could be made
> > do something, I'd like to have one!
> > Kenny
> > =1
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