All of my machines are up and running......so 18 working computers in the house, new and vintage. And by the nature of FreeDOS, it seems those lines keep getting more blurry. Add to that 4 consoles.
1985 Tandy 1000A - DOS 6.22, setup in the closet currently - 8088 4.77Mhz, TGA, Tandy 3-Voice, Orig Keyboard, Tandy DLX Mouse, 3GB HDD, 2x 360K FDD, NEC MultiSync II CRT
1989 Mac Se FDHD - Mac OS 6.0, this thing works everytime, fire at will - 68000@6Mhz, 4MB RAM, 20MB HDD, 1.44MB FDD, 800K Ext, trackball, original keyboard and mouse
1989 GEM Computer Products 286 - Another old faithful beast that just fires up and never complains -i80286 10 OC'd to 12MHz, IIT 802c87 Math Coprocessor, 4MB RAM, 3GB SCSI HDD, NEC SCSI 4X CD-ROM, Adaptec Controller, TSENG ET4000 SVGA, SoundBlaster 16, 3Com Etherlink IIII, IBM Model "M" Keyboard, Micron CRT Monitor 15" SVGA
1994 NEC Versa 40EC - She's getting a new battery soon but is running 100% - 40MHz i486 DX2 SL, 20MB RAM, 1.44MB 3.5", 540MB HDD, 1MB WD SVGA, Cisco Aironet WiFi, MS-DOS 6.22/WFWG 3.11, 640x480 Active Matrix 9.4" LCD
1994 NEC Versa M/75HC - My current main "Vintage" system ATM - 75MHz 486 DX4, 40MB RAM, 1.44MB 3.5", 80GB HDD, 1MB C&T SVGA, 800x600 Active Matrix TFT LCD 9.4", Cisco Aironet WiFi, WSS Compatible Crystal CS-4231 Audio
1995 FIC 486 DX4-100 in an XT Case - My other "main", this one is my "tweener" - Am486 DX4-100 SV8 w/ Writeback, 64MB RAM, 5.25" Mobile Rack with about six hard disks for it ranging from 8GB to 256GB SSD converted SATA, S3 805 2MB SVGA, Creative Labs SoundBlaster AWE 64, LinkSys EtherFast PnP ISA, PTI-255W EIDE Super I/O Controller, runs everything from MS-DOS to Windows 2000 Pro. I use FreeDOS the most though. Dell 17" CRT, NEC AT Keyboard, Microsoft Dove Bar Mouse, Altec Lanscing Speakers, Microsoft Sidewinder Gamepads x2, RockBand 3 Fender Mustang Pro MIDI Controller guitar interface
1995 NEC Versa P/75HC - It works great but needs plastic repair again. It's falling apart....sigh, but it works great! - Intel Pentium 75, 40MB RAM, 1.44MB 3.5", 80GB HDD, C&T Chipset Video 1MB, Cisco Aironet, ESS688 SB Compatible Sound, runs FreeDOS 2.1 most of the time. Shares drives with the M/75 periodically. 800x600 TFT
1995 NEC Versa V/50C - Runs great, is like brand new, setting it up for my wife - i486 DX2 SL 50MHz, 20MB RAM, 1.44MB 3.5", 540MB HDD, 1MB WD SVGA Video, 640x480 TFT Active Matrix 9.4" display, FreeDOS 2.1.
1995 NEC Ready 9522 P-100 - Surprise...yet another 100% working NEC - Intel Pentium 100, 128MB RAM, 256K Cache, Alliance Video 1MB, Crystal Integrated Audio (I think it's a 4235), 3Com Etherlink PCI, 80GB HDD, Windows 98 Second Edition.
2003 Dell DImension 3000 P4 2.6GHz - Working great, 256GB SSD with XP on it....it SCREAMS for it's age - Intel Pentium 4 2.6Ghz, 2GB RAM, DVD-RW drive, 128GB mSATA SSD in 44-pin converter, on-board Intel Video, SoundMax Integrated Audio, Windows XP Pro SP3 x86.
2009 Intel mATX inWin Core 2 Duo P8800 - Has LInux Mint, toying with setting up in the livingroom - Core 2 Duo 3GHz P8800, Media Bay USB, 160GB SATA HDD, DVD-RW SATA, Intel On-Board GM Video 4000, SOundMax Integrated audio, Intel Desktop Board DQ45CB, Linux Mint 20.
2012 IBM ThinkPad T61 - My main Laptop, runs LInux Mint, another one of the good ones! - 2.1GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB DDR2, DVD-RW, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA Graphics Accelerator w/ Intel On-Board Video as well, 4:3 aspect ratio 15" LCD 1080p, Linux Mint 20.
2014 Dell Insprion 15 U4300 - My Win10 "Beater", this is the one I use to "appear normal" - Intel "Pentium" U4300 2GHz, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, DVD-RW, Intel integrated HD Video, it has sound, runs WIndows 10 20H4 currently 64-bit.
2014 Dell Latitude E6530 I7 - My wife's laptop, though I use it sometimes - 4th Gen Core I7, 8GB DDR3, NVIDIA Graphics, not sure on the sound, empty port where the DVD-RW was, light up keyboard, 17" LCD Panel HD, Windows 10 64-bit 20H4 x64 w/ Office 2016 HUP x86.
2014 Dell OptPlex 7010 - My main desktop, has ATI graphics card, runs LInux Mint, this is what I post from most of the time - 4th Gen Core I5 2.4GHz, 8GB DDR3, 320GB SATA, 1TB SATA, AMD Radeon Video from a HP Z-series, Intel integrated audio. Linux Mint 64-bit 20.
2014 Dell PowerEdge T610 dual Xeon - The household Server, Plex Media Server as well - dual Xeon, 32GB RAM, 4TB of Storage, runs CentOS
2015 Apple iMac 24" - My main video/music workstation these days - Pretty much bone stock, got it from my auntie in-law who upgraded.
2019 Rasperri Pi 4B 2GB - My RetroPIe system, it lives on the Sharp Smart TV in the bedroom, I count it as a computer. Runs RetroPie with tons of emulators.
I have consoles too...
1980 Sears Telegames Video Arcade (Atari 2600 LIght Sixer) - attached to my 1993 Magnavox 27" in the "Lab", all original. Works amazing for a 41 year old console, and the RF output is as clean as composite almost.
198x Nintendo Entertainment System "Frankentendo" I built out of three broken NES units using the best parts, needs Retrobrite. The NES10 is defeated and games work 100% of the time without any finagling. It looked brand new when I first put it together. Also attached to the 1993 Magnavox.
2007 Nintendo "FrankenWii Creepingnet Tuxedo Edition" - I bought two dead Wii Units from Cap N' Games last year to fix the Black non-GC compatible Wii below. I then took the remainder of those two units and "Kit Bashed" them together to make a second working Wii with GameCube ports, one was black with a bashed up front, one was white and bricked. This one runs all the same games as the one in the livingroom but off of a USB thumbstick instead of CD's so I don't have to keep dragging them all over the house. Connected to the 1993 Magnavox via composite.
2012 Nintendo Wii "Black" - My wife got this for me when we were dating for our first x-mas together. We play on this one a lot. The optical drive died a couple years ago, I replaced it last y ear with one from one of the two donor units I mentioned above. Connects to our new TCL 50" UHD TV in the livingroom.
** Decided to add my specs as well