Nice one! The 210 is a cool little machine. It seems to be in good shape as well. I've never owned a PowerBook model of that era largely do to my concern regarding upkeep and maintenance of some of the more obscure parts, but it's nice to see someone else getting enjoyment out of them! Will be interested to see some of your future acquisitions!
I'm usually boring and name mine Macintosh HD unless I have multiple OSs installed. In that case, I name the volume after the OS installed.
I always think it adds a fun dimension to a used computer, though.
I also miss the customized fold icons in older versions of Mac OS. A co-worker has given me several computers that belonged to her husband-a retired Pchem professor(who now has alzheimers) and he used some GREAT icons.
So after many years of radio silence on this forum I decided to come back, I lost about 95 percent of my collection in 2017 to a collapsed shelf, and of all the images I lost the one that saddened me the most was my powerbook duo.
So with many fond memories of the duo I decided I would set out to own one, @beachycove provided a plentiful Duo harvest, as well as a few other goodies including a printer which is great for printing out school assignments on. I will post better pictures of my setup and haul
The two duo’s are a 270c and a 2300c, the 2300c has a 56 mb RAM module in it as well as a CF card I fitted, making file transfer between my MacBook Pro a breeze
overall I am very happy with my Duo’s and will be posting some more images/adventures with these machines