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  • 2 weeks later...

i voted for charley's first computer as it looks a bit fancy for a pit card machine, a bit early for a speaking clock, definitly not a 2 ghz pentium although it could be a music box but looks to be a bit complicated for that!

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no really it's a 2 Ghz pentium computer.

ofcourse it is! seeing that "pentium" wasn't invented until the 1990's! whats the real answer :mellow:

did they have silicon wafers before cars, washing machines etc

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Are you on drugs?

Yes, and it says Bayer on the box. :D

In the case of the box in the picture it used to say Hewlett-Packard.

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Yes, and it says Bayer on the box. :D

In the case of the box in the picture it used to say Hewlett-Packard.

so what your trying to say is its just a random old box with some pc bits shoved in it! bit of a let down!

so why did you call it early hitech?

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