Junk nite

From: Marty <Marty_at_itgonline.com>
Date: Thu Feb 19 07:59:14 1998

 I used to service the AT&T 6300 which was an Olivetti machine. The
 keyboard used a DB-9 connector and the power supply was unconventional
 using spade lugs to secure the power cables. Does this sound like your
 machine?


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Subject: Re: Junk nite
Author: classiccmp_at_u.washington.edu at internet
Date: 2/19/98 8:17 AM


 At 08:24 18/02/98 +1100, you wrote:
>Just curious if I should really keep this rather well designed computer
>Its an "Olivetti M24 Personal Computer".
 Yes, the design was "original" (=completely different) for a X86-flavour
 based machine;specially inside where the layout is spread on three
 boards:CPU, VIDEO, 8 bit ISA.(have you openened it yet?)
 
 Do you have the original keyboard also?
 
> I'd never seen an Olivetti before, which is why I saved it from the scap
 heap. Now is >it scarce or nice enough to attempt to get running?
 
 It depends on what you are looking for?
 As "collectible" can be interesting because of its early solutions on
 monitor power supply (1 plug with signal and DC-PS toghether) and its design.
 
 Otherwise is another obsolete PC as many other of that age.
 
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