"Single instance" machines

From: Joe <rigdonj_at_intellistar.net>
Date: Wed Dec 9 19:18:07 1998

No but I passed one up a couple of months ago. I consider them too
specailized to be considered a computer, even if it does have a CPU in it.
I have five Tektronix DAS 9100s but I don't consider them computers either.
Hell these days everything more complicated than a toaster contains a CPU!


At 02:01 PM 12/9/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Okay, tough guy!
>Anybody else here have a Fluke 1720a?
>It is a TMS-9900 based instrument controller
>that Fluke marketed until the early 90's.
>On Wed, 09 Dec 1998 13:08:44 -0500 Christian Fandt <cfandt_at_netsync.net>
>>Doug Yowza <yowza_at_yowza.com> wrote:
>>> I've always wanted to know which machines have only a single
>>> represented on this list.
>>Anybody have an HP250-30, IBM 9370, Tektronix 31 (kinda like the
>>Also, I haven't heard of anyone in our own group on the list
>>they have a DG Nova 1200.
>>These are four are in my collection.
>>Regards, Chris
>>-- --
>>Christian Fandt, Electronic/Electrical Historian
>>Jamestown, NY USA cfandt_at_netsync.net
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