The area I'm in used to have some easily accessible electronics dropoff locations. After some time, though, people basically started pulling up with minivans and cleaning the entire drop-off zone out on the regular, so they moved them to closely monitored locations. That is, except for one sketchy dropoff that is clearly some random guy just hoping people will see a sign and leave their stuff.
Normally I avoid this one because I suspect the person who "operates" it lives within viewing distance, but today I saw something I couldn't at least try to grab.
Managed to pick up this:
I originally thought it was AT-class, but it appears to be a Turbo XT! In surprisingly nice condition.
Looks like an 8088-2, Seagate ST-238R, 5.25" and 3.5" floppy of some description.... the only on-board battery appears to be on the floppy controller and hasn't leaked. Motherboard says it's a "Turbo Plus!", I see what looks like 1986 dates on it.
This is really a bit outside my normal area of expertise. I think it's got a CGA card? And a decent amount of on-board RAM? Not sure if I should try to power it on? I don't have any CGA compatible monitors, but maybe I can try composite? Will the composite work on an LCD?