ooh, a DEC Rainbow 100 for sale
a Z80 and an 8088 cohabiting one system in peace and harmony
@djsundog I used to have a machine with a Z80 and a 6502.
@Ricardus @djsundog Now I'm trying to think of the most ridiculous retro CPU orgy that you could do in an Apple II.
6502 or 65816 natively, and then add a Z-80 Softcard, a Stellation Two The Mill with a 6809, a PC Transporter with a NEC V20, and a Gnome Card with a 68000.
@bhtooefr @djsundog I was actually just going to suggest we brainstorm something.
@bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog
ENIAC in the frontUNIVAC in the back
@Mainebot @djsundog @Ricardus @bhtooefr I want that on a t-shirt.
@bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog @Mainebot
Ooops, my hand slipped.
@Mainebot @djsundog @Ricardus @bhtooefr In all seriousness, I might make myself one of these.
@ajroach42 @bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog @Mainebot
I want a t shirt with the picture of this t shirt on it
@eq @Mainebot @Ricardus @bhtooefr @ajroach42 I want a picture of you wearing your t-shirt on a t-shirt
@djsundog @bhtooefr @Ricardus @Mainebot @eq Give me a month, and then I'll be glad to.
@eq @bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog @Mainebot I... Uhhh.... Give me a second.
@eq @bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog @Mainebot
@ajroach42 @bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog @Mainebot thank you
@ajroach42 @djsundog @bhtooefr @Ricardus @Mainebot ಠ____ಠ
@Mainebot @djsundog @Ricardus @bhtooefr
ENIAC in the streets, EPICAC in the sheets?
@bhtooefr @Ricardus @djsundog the commodore 128 came with both an 8502 (a 6502 variant) and a z80 built-in, but i don't think you could add additional cards to it
@bunnyhero @bhtooefr @djsundog That's the machine I was talking about before that I owned.
@Ricardus @bhtooefr @djsundog awesome!
@bunnyhero @bhtooefr @djsundog CP/M ran slow, but it was fun to play with. My brother ran a CP/M BBS off his 128 for a year or two.
@Ricardus @bhtooefr @djsundog oh wild. i remember when they came out but i never knew anyone who had one
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