rarest computers. was: RE: Xerox Alto Restoration + Emulation

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Mon Aug 2 14:56:09 2004

On Mon, 2 Aug 2004, Jules Richardson wrote:

> Hmm, likely most of us have some oddball stuff in our collections, much
> of which is probably so obscure that it means nothing to anyone else :-)

True :)

> Apple /// (possibly lots worldwide; there don't seem to be many people
> this side of the pond who have seen one though)

Very common.

I recently picked up a Morrow Designs UNIX box that was never sold
commercially (according to the guy I got it from). It had the same
styling as the MD-2 CP/M desktop computer but was a bit larger.

I can't imagine there being very many of those left :)

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