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    PIII - but that's probably an ATX case - you might find that for $15 you'd end up with a portable case with a built in screen that you can use with some less-obsolete hardware. The keyboard looks pretty cool too.
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    That's a computer only a mother could love.

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    I find it intriguing. Kind of like my old Kaypro II computer from circa 1984, but with better specs than I had. In those pre-laptop days I carried it all over the place.
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    Its a kinda of thing that i have never hated anytime... and which will make you more and more cool and geek.....

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    lool it's a funny computer

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