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Auction: Vintage IBM P70 portable computer- 386/2 MB RAM plasma

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120123101677

Starting bid: US $0.99
End time: May-27-07 20:52:06 PDT (6 days 19 hours)
Ships to: Worldwide
Item location: Central NJ, United States

Vintage early classic IBM P70 computer.
I think this has a 386 processor and 2 megs of RAM.  I think it runs at 
about 20 MHz and the hard drive is 20 megs but not positive.  I played 
around with it for a while and it appears to be in very good shape however I 
could not get the floppy drive to work.  The floppy says 1.44 Meg on it so I 
believe it is a standard replacement.  All the keys are working, hard drive 
does not show any errors.  Display is actually a monochrome plasma display 
is clear easy to read.  Cosmetically it shows very little wear and is pretty 
clean.
A modem and an ethernet card are installed in the standard ISA slots.
Boots to Windows 3.1 or DOS and operating system is working well..

No affiliation

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