'Home' computer: Definition

From: e.tedeschi <e.tedeschi_at_ndirect.co.uk>
Date: Sun Jun 29 13:16:33 1997

Daniel A. Seagraves wrote:
> On Sun, 29 Jun 1997, Bruce Lane wrote:
> > I've seen a couple of posts in here that declare, in very firm terms
> > indeed, that machines like the MicroVAX and PDP's are not "home" computers.
> My PDP is a home computer. All it takes up is a table (I don't have a
> rack yet. It's coming...) Besides, my XT is bigger than the PDP at the
> moment (condidering keyboard, monitor, printer, and disks)
> Anything I can fit inside is a home computer! If it's in a home, and
> it's a computer, it's a home computer, right?

Of course you could go to work on a Ferrari BUT would you? (and is a
Ferrari a "goto work car"?)

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