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From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Thu Sep 23 11:43:43 2004

On Thu, 23 Sep 2004, chris wrote:

> It was a full height desktop case, but only about half as wide as an
> AT/XT. The processor was on an ISA card, and the keyboard socket was an
> RJ-12 connector. I never had a matching keyboard, all I had was an
> adaptor to go from the RJ-12 to a regular din-5 AT style keyboard.

If I ever got the keyboard it has since been misplaced.

> I still have the keyboard adaptor. I may have other parts from the
> machine, but I'm not sure. I might have kept the processor ISA card
> because it was interesting, but I know the machine on a whole was junked.
> I likely still have a copy of that setup disk somewhere as well.

It was on the verge of being scrapped but then I thought over it and
decided to keep it...for now. So in the event that I decide to keep it as
part of the odd dead PC group, I'd like to trade you for the keyboard
adaptor and setup disk (if you have it).

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