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freizugheit
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My choices:

Macintosh
ThinkPad 100
PowerBook 100
Psion 5
Zaurus SL-5500
Kensington Turbo Mouse
Motorola V3


What yours???
gr8ful
Atari 2600
Commodore Amiga 500
Handspring Visor Platinum
Zaurus SL-C1000
Apple iPhone
HoloVector
My list mainly includes the original release of a product line even though I preferred (and usually purchased) the later models. Here are my top ten choices:

Tandy Model 100
Psion series 3a
ThinkPad 701C
Apple PowerBook Duo with DuoDock
Sharp Zaurus SL-C700/Sony Clie UX-50
Palm Tungsten T1
Motorola StarTac flip
Apple PowerBook Titanium G4
Toshiba Libretto
Apple Macintosh
Drake01
I've got fond memories of a few items:

Atari 2600 -- I wish I'd kept those cartridges!
Commodore 128 w/2MB RAMdrive
USR 14.4HST modem -- It was huge with lots of blinking lights and it was super fast!
HandEra 330 -- Did just about everything I needed from a PDA
Duke Nukem 3D -- My first network shooter... wife and I had tons of fun with that one!
vputz
QUOTE(Drake01 @ May 15 2007, 02:56 AM)
Atari 2600 -- I wish I'd kept those cartridges!


Heh... I installed Stella just a bit ago and played through a bit of "Adventure" -- ah, the mighty block, armed with his golden arrow of dragonslaying... those were interesting times. My wife, who never had access to an Atari, had NO IDEA what the possible appeal was (she's a more modern gamer, but at least she's a gamer, so I can't complain).
Antikx
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Mine:
Tandy Model 10X
Tandy Color Computer 3
-Especially OS9 (not talking about Apple's OS wink.gif )
Palm T|C (you knew that was coming)
Atari 2600 (I still play it)
Zaurus SL-5500 and SL-C700 were ground breakers
The kodak .3MP digi cam
Intel Mac's
B_Lizzard
Jessica Alba
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