These are photos of the stuff we're selling in the fall of 2006.
You can click any of these pictures to see the original, uncropped, unreduced, not-color-adjusted photos
just as they came out of the camera. In some cases this will give you a better view of the details, e.g.,
so you can read what is printed on the stickers or whatever.
This front view shows the model number and the three removable-media drives (floppy, CD, and tape).
The rear view shows the connectors. Those are
adaptors (included) plugged into the serial ports. You can also see a manufacturer sticker
(vertical, at the very left edge as you look at the picture) showing the model number, serial number, and CPU model and speed.
A shot of the inside. It's a little blurry in places, but you can see the expansion slots well
enough, and the model number on the SCSI adaptor (the green card plugged into the bottom PCI slot).
Here it is assembled in the stackable backplane. Those are
Here you can see the DECserver itself and its power supply, separate from the backplane.
We have a number of these, all pretty similar, though I only photographed one of them.
These are pretty nice dumb terminals, if dumb terminals are what you need,
and would go well with the AlphaServer and DECserver above. Those are
bookshelves you can see in the reflection.
This is a shot of the back, showing the connectors. The first serial port and the parallel port are
, and the second serial port is
Gateway 2000 SOLO laptop:
Here it is with the hand rests. On the left are the removable CD and floppy drives: normally one of these
would be inserted into the laptop itself, and the other might be plugged into the back via the cable shown
at right, with the bubble wrap over its ends. You can also see the power adaptor at right.
Here it is running. The camera flash makes the screen a little hard to see, but you can hopefully make
out Windows 98 and the Office Shortcut Bar. The display is more clear when a camera flash isn't
shining on it.
Blueberry iMac DV:
Here it is with the accessories.
Here it is running. This is the angle I liked, but the screen came out hard to see with the camera flash
right on it.
So I took this shot from a different angle, so that the camera flash wouldn't impede your ability
to see what's on the screen. You can see window blinds (which match the desk) reflected in this one,
but apart from that the lighting on the screen is better.
Okidata Microline 521 Printer:
NEC PowerMate ES:
That handrest on the keyboard is removable. Yes, this used to belong to the Auditor of State, but we
bought it from them three years ago and just never bothered to remove the sticker.
Note the absense of a monitor or system disks: they are not included, sorry.
Here's the back, so you can see the connectors. That's an ISA modem in the expansion slot, but
if you move it down to the other ISA slot there are three PCI slots available. (The top ISA and
bottom PCI slot use the same external slot in the case, so 2+3=4 in expansion slot arithmetic.
We've never used the modem so I have no idea how well it works.) And yeah, it's a little weird
having the USB port be off to the side separate from the rest of the ports yet still on the back,
but hey, wherever.