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Loke's computer history


ZX81
Fantastic computer power, featuring 1kB (yes, 1024 bytes) RAM for only 100. It was expanded to 16kB RAM for maximum enjoyment. Programmable in BASIC
ZX Spectrum
Sinclairs next generation. Featuring 48kB RAM and rubber keyboard (great improvement from ZX81). Many hours was spent playing games from "Ultimate Play the game" on this one. Some of the classic games can be seen here
Commodore 128
With 128kB RAM I was fairly sure, that I would never need more RAM. I could not imagine anything using more RAM than this. And with the 5.25" floppy drive, storage was lightning fast. I really loved this machine, even though the most used command was "GO64"
Commodore Amiga 500
I still have this one. Every now and then, I meet up with my mates to play Kick Off tounaments on this. The best damn football game ever made! Needles to say, that many warm feelings of nostalgia is linked to this classic computer.

PC systems

None of these have the distinct personality of the above. They are just listed for the sake of completion.
Intel 486 DX2 80MhZ, 16MB RAM, 540 MB HD
Intel Pentium 166MhZ, 32MB RAM, 1.6GB HD
Intel PII-450MhZ, 128MB RAM, 10.1GB HD
Intel PIII-500MhZ, 128MB RAM, 16GB HD
AMD Thunderbird 900MhZ, 256MB RAM, 45GB HD



The timeline is the year of purchase by me. The years are taken from memory, and could be a year or two off in some cases.
Last Revised:
07.12.00

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