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+ - The relics found in the computer mag labs->

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Barence writes "PC Pro magazine has been clearing out its testing Labs — and unearthed a number of relics from computing's past. Among the treasures include a 1981 IBM Personal Computer, powered by a 4.77MHz Intel 8088 processor and a mighty 256KB of RAM, with 64KB of that soldered onto the motherboard. Elsewhere, there's an Apple Macintosh Color Classic, a Casio Cassiopeia PDA running Windows CE 3.0 PocketPC Edition on a 131MHz StrongARM processor, and an iMac G4 that's oddly had its bezel removed to give a rather un-Apple like effect."
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