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First post, by saturday_sun

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Hi all!

I had a black Fujitsu ICL Indiana, but sold it some 10-15 years ago. I have searched the internet for some picture of an Indiana. Anyone have one that can share som pictures? I found one post about it on the forum, but the link was dead.

If I recall correctly, I upgraded mine with a Pentium 133 (it had a P75) and 64 MB of RAM (from 8MB).

Sincerly,
saturday

My computer

Reply 1 of 14, by Joyride

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I found your request googleing around and took a picture.
I can take better pics tomorrow. Best regards /Rickard https://flic.kr/p/MxX16h

Last edited by Stiletto on 2020-03-15, 19:02. Edited 1 time in total.

Reply 3 of 14, by EvieSigma

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tbates2614 wrote on 2020-03-14, 05:48:

I just purchased a Fujitsu ICL Indiana PC, this as a 166MMX with 64MB ram and Mach64 GPU. Love this PC and I am in the process of restoring the case. Not many mid 90s PCs had a black case.

The only other ones I remember are the Compaq Presario 2200, a Presario tower I can't remember the model number of at the moment that actually had built in video input on the front of the case, and some machines custom configured for video conferencing I found on Ebay.

Reply 4 of 14, by Tiido

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I have one also, but insides have changed over the years.
http://www.tmeeco.eu/ABOUT/ServFrnt.jpg
http://www.tmeeco.eu/ABOUT/ServBack.jpg
http://www.tmeeco.eu/ABOUT/SideShot2.jpg (not the original board or hardware)

Originally it had 32MB RAM, Pentium 166 (without MMX), Mach64CT with 1MB RAM, Labway sound card with YMF719 on it and 1.2GB Quantum HDD with Win98SE.
Keyboard is a nice Mitsumi made thing that I personally find among the best there are, very fast and responsive keys. I don't have the monitor.

I can take better photos later if needed.

T-04YBSC, a new YMF71x based sound card & Official VOGONS thread about it
Newly made 4MB 60ns 30pin SIMMs ~
mida sa loed ? nagunii aru ei saa 😜

Reply 7 of 14, by Thermalwrong

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Could you share them? Information on the Fujitsu ICL systems from the era is very limited

My next door neighbours had one of them, I think a Pentium 60/66 with an 800mb hard drive. I'm pretty sure it was one of these since in the 90s, computers with a black case and red logo text were quite rare. I was really jealous, we had an average 486 and I was struggling with our 230mb hard drive 😀

Reply 8 of 14, by fool

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As vellu said, in Finland we had the same thing under MikroMikko brand.

Today there is private museum full of old MikroMikko computers. Here is a pic of that same ICL Indiana (somewhere in the bottom half): https://www.facebook.com/pg/MikkoMuseo/photos … f=page_internal
There's also one earlier post about the museum Went to a vintage PC shop that also served as a museum!

This ad is about black ICL Indiana in finnish @Fujitsu website: https://www.net.fujitsu.fi/fi/historia/mikrot … mmindiana95.pdf (mind-blowing)
(could not attach it due to max 5MB limit)

Someone please show Putin how to play Warcraft.

Reply 9 of 14, by Angliaman

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I also was working for Fujitsu/ICL when these came out and was asked to take one home to try out with my Family.
It was a good PC/TV at the time but had some restrictions.
It was also unique in that most Companies had tried to get a PC screen on a TV, what Fujitsu did was get a TV screen on a PC!!

Reply 11 of 14, by Angliaman

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Think I have done it. Let me know if you can not see them.

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Reply 13 of 14, by MrMikroMikko

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Angliaman wrote on 2021-12-31, 15:52:

If anyone would like these photos I would be quite happy to post them to you.

Hi! I have private Mikko and MikroMikko computer focused museum. I'd love have these pictures in the collection!
My museum is called MikkoMuseo, here is link to the Facebook-pages: https://www.facebook.com/MikkoMuseo
I also have collected some information to: https://www.mikromikko.com/

-Niko

Reply 14 of 14, by MrMikroMikko

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fool wrote on 2021-12-31, 13:38:

Today there is private museum full of old MikroMikko computers. Here is a pic of that same ICL Indiana (somewhere in the bottom half): https://www.facebook.com/pg/MikkoMuseo/photos … f=page_internal
There's also one earlier post about the museum Went to a vintage PC shop that also served as a museum!

I was so exited about these pictures that I didn't even notice that MikkoMuseo was already mentioned. 😁

-Niko