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Revision as of 13:29, 17 July 2019

Big box software collection

This page will feature a full inventory of the Higher Intellect Technology Museum. The original museum pages feature items which are no longer in our collection, so this page will reflect the current museum inventory. A full inventory is starting in 2019 and may take some time to complete.

The technology museum is owned by Paul Lezica and first started in the early 2000s.

Inventory

Desktop Computers

Macintosh

Apple

  • Apple IIgs (system 1022) - Apple RAM card, CF storage
  • Apple IIe clone (system 1023)

Silicon Graphics

  • SGI Indy (system 1018) - R5000SC/180, 256MB RAM, 24-bit video
  • SGI Indy (system 1019) - R4400SC/200, 64MB RAM, 8-bit video

Sun

PC/Generic

  • Motorola Atlas (system 1025) - PowerPC 604, Windows NT 4.0
  • Dell Optiplex 466 (system 1026) - 66MHz 486DX2, 40MB RAM, 500MB CF HD, Windows 3.11
  • Pentium 233MMX (system 1027) - 256MB RAM, 8GB CF HD, Windows 95
  • Texas Instruments TI-99/4A (system 1030)

Commodore/Amiga

Laptops

Macintosh

PC/Generic

PDA/Handheld

Peripherals

TV/Video Systems

Input Devices

Audio Devices

Networking

Power Supplies

Expansion Cards

Video

Audio

Controllers

Network

Modems

Cache/Accelerators

PCMCIA/CardBus

Components

Motherboards

Processors

CD Drives

Tape Drives

Removable Storage

Disk Drives

Hard Disks

RAM/ROM

Previous Items

Some items which were in our collection temporarily (scrap rescue) or sold to cover museum expenses.


See Also