Archive for the ‘Computing’ Category

Hewlett Packard Jornada 728 Handheld PC

Posted by Moonlit on September - 21 - 2011

Now, if you’ve seen my Psion Series 3a article and you actually lusted after such machines, you might well have salivated enough over this beast to drown a small elephant. If you’ve never seen one before, I’ll run through a few of its vitals… It’s an HP Jornada 728, born in the year 2002 AD,  [ Read More ]

Categories: Computing, Featured, PDA, Portable

Commodore 64

Posted by Pat on September - 14 - 2011

The Commodore 64: the legendary personal computer from the 1980′s. This beast had a 1.023 MHz processor in the NTSC model (0.985 MHz on the PAL model), and a whopping 64 kB ram. To go along with all this “processing power,” Commodore gave it the graphics chip from the VIC-II and the SID 6581 chip  [ Read More ]

Categories: Computing, Featured

Psion Series 3a Personal Organiser

Posted by Moonlit on August - 26 - 2011

Remember those terrible little digital personal organisers you recieved as gifts in the 90s? You know, the ones that had the memory capacity of a goldfish and less functions than your average digital watch? Had your friends and family opened their wallets and purses a little wider, you may well have been the happy recipient  [ Read More ]

Categories: Computing, Featured, PDA, Portable