"Toy" computers (was Re: Micro$oft Biz'droid Lusers)

From: Sridhar the POWERful <vance_at_ikickass.org>
Date: Wed Apr 24 23:02:29 2002

On Wed, 24 Apr 2002, Chris wrote:

> >> > An easy way to spot a product intended for the toy market as opposed to
> >> > one intended to be seen as a computer, is that the disk drive interface
> >> > is external.
> >I would propose that the label "toy" might be suitable for machines that
> >have external disk controllers _and_ an external network interface
> Woah... my PS/2 is a 'real' computer?

I would definitely call at least *some* PS/2's real computers. Like the
9595. It's built like a tank, and is rock-solid stable. Also, I have
held vehicles aloft with them.

Peace... Sridhar

"How do you fight such a savage?"
"With heart, faith, and steel.  There can be only one."
	-MacLeod and Ramirez, "Highlander"
Received on Wed Apr 24 2002 - 23:02:29 BST

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