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Woo! TechStep!

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nice. You can run those things off regular 9 volt batteries, which tends to make them a bit more portable. Just snap off the port block, and there you go.

 

Also, nice to see it comes with the case. Most times they don't. I have always wanted one.

 

-digital ;)

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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH $3.5K BWAHAHAHAAHAHAHAH

 

And I thought the Australian guy who's just relisted his at $300 was dreamin'

 

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

 

No, really, thanks for that link, I needed that

 

AAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAA

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Well, it got here! and its alive! I walked all day with it in my hand at school and everybody asked me about it!

 

It's a chick magnet, for sure!

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lol, actually some of my female friends were asking me about it. of course, everyone thought it was a calculator, but what I don't get is, where are the + and - and = keys? Makes me wonder, could someone write an app for it to make it a calc?

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When I bought one home for a couple of days back in 2002, my parents thought the same thing.

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Well, it got here! and its alive! I walked all day with it in my hand at school and everybody asked me about it!

 

It's a chick magnet, for sure!

 

Maybe because it looks like a "new" old school cell phone or some sort of new designed iPhone [:D]]'>

 

Although I have 5 ROM packs no woman ever asked me about that [}:)]]'>

 

J

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Well, I just bought a TechStep from eBay. It was $42 shipped ($30 without). Good deal? I think so! It also has the case and two ROM packets.

 

 

Ok I'll byte ... what is a TechStep ?

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Its a diagnostics device that Apple made for service centres in the early 1990's, for diagnosing faults on Macs from the Mac Plus up until about the LCIII.

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you should get a personal mainframe, that REALLY gets the chicks all moist :D

 

I do have a personal mainframe. Actually I have 2, but I really only use one of them. As for the second part, I wouldn't know about that. Thats not my bag baby. ;)

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Its a diagnostics device that Apple made for service centres in the early 1990's, for diagnosing faults on Macs from the Mac Plus up until about the LCIII.

 

 

 

OK thanks ...... nice bit of kit then

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you should get a personal mainframe, that REALLY gets the chicks all moist :D

 

I do have a personal mainframe. Actually I have 2, but I really only use one of them. As for the second part, I wouldn't know about that. Thats not my bag baby. ;)

 

 

:-/ Would a working PDP 11/05 Count ? ;D

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