The IBM PS/2 model 70 again! -E61

From: Uncle Roger <>
Date: Tue Jan 13 20:32:26 1998

At 08:20 PM 1/12/98 +0000, you wrote:
>Well, this specs is for that desktop model 70-E61 and $40 seems bit

I agree then. I'm not too up on the IBM numbering scheme.

>Hee hee...this is desktop which is called model 70 and the portable
>lunchbox is P70 which uses 386 either 16 or 20mhz (ahem...sleepy

I've got a P70 then. (Not sure if it's 16 or 20mhz.)

>performance and no cache.) The P75 is also lunchbox in same way
>BUT, it's real, honest 486DX 33 machine with scsi interface and
>plasma display to boot. That is one I would like to have.

Hmmm... Me too.

Y'know, I once saw an honest-to-god IBM stand-alone plasma monitor in a
surplus shop. 17" I think (or thereabouts). Pretty neat, but priced a
little high.

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Received on Tue Jan 13 1998 - 20:32:26 GMT

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