[TriLUG] What did the PS in PS/2 stand for?
thehead at patshead.com
Wed Dec 7 21:40:33 EST 2005
Jeremy Portzer wrote:
> I had a "remanufactured" IBM PS/1, 486 DX2 class, purchased from the
> short-lived factory outlet store in Morrissville, for almost 7 years. I
> had no hardware problems (though I did replace the original hard drive
> somewhere along the way). It was a solid machine, though by the end a 486
> seemed pretty darn slow. :-)
I still have a few PS/ValuePoints laying around. I don't know which
ones I still have, I am pretty sure they are all 486 DX2 66 or they have
Pentium Overdrives. I've used various ValuePoints for years as routers,
and for a while as X terminals (at the time, running their applications
on a dual celeron).
They were rather sturdy machines, and the cases were fairly smallish.
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