Released for only $15 in 1994. IQ Test for Windows will test you, then give you an explanation of test scores. You can bookmark difficult or unanswered questions to research later.Continue reading “IQ Test for Windows by Virtual Entertainment (1994)”
Jay Alexander was born in Houston, Texas April 10, 1968. He is a famous American magician / comedian that has been on many TV shows, magazines, books, DVDs, and performed for many celebrities. When he was 11 years old, he found a trunk of magic gear in his grandparents attic and it all took off from there. Jay would perform weekends in his family’s shoe store. He was the youngest recipient of the Society of American Magicians Gold Medal of Honor at only the age of 14.Continue reading “Learn the Art of Magic with Jay Alexander (1995 – $35)”
The Macintosh Classic was born from the success of the Macintosh 128K, Macintosh Plus, and the Macintosh SE. It was designed to be more modern and less expensive than the Macintosh Plus.Continue reading “Macintosh Classic M0420 (1991)”
This calculator was first introduced in 1974. It has a Vacuum Fluorescent Display. It is an arithmetic calculator with algebraic logic. The calculator has memory so you can keep adding to the last answer, it has decimal points rounded to 2 places, and can calculate percentages. If the answer exceeds 8 digits, it will display the 8 most significant digits and lock the keyboard until you press C.Continue reading “Craig 4506 Calculator (1974)”
Found this at a thrift store. I had no idea IBM had their own power strips.
125V AC, 15A, 60Hz, 1875 Watts.
Has phone line surge protection on the bottom.
You can load up to 4 CDs into the changer and capable of 4X CD-ROM speed. It can play music CDs, Enhanced Music CD (CD+), multimedia or data discs, CD-I (FMV) Video CD playback and Photo CD compatibility.Continue reading “NEC MultiSpin 4×4 CD-ROM changer CDR-C251 (1995)”
This is a very early NAS device that has a 6 CD changer and a Hard drive. The device will rip the CDs using a 24x speed CD-ROM reader onto the 5.1GB hard drive so the data is accessible over the network. By default you can have a maximum of 14 CDs available over the network, 8 discs cached on the Hard Drive and 6 more CDs in the CD Changer.Continue reading “Pioneer DRM-6NX – Network Cache CD Changer (1999)”
This portable GPS is the first mapping GPS receiver.
Features stunning 160 x 104 pixel high contrast display, 12 channel GPS, Mega Memory, rechargeable lithium backup battery, and more. The device runs on 4 AA batteries or external 5 to 35 volts DC with optional external cable.Continue reading “Lowrance GlobalMap 100 Portable gps (1999/2000)”
The back of the box describes using this in an office environment, to escape the meetings and boss yelling (Wouldn’t playing games on the office computer cause more boss yelling?).Continue reading “Microprose Entertainment Pack Vol 1 – Dr Floyds Desktop Toys (1993)”
This is an ergonomic keyboard with a built in touch pad mouse. The keyboard is PS2 and the mouse is serial port.Continue reading “PC Concepts SK-6000 i-MMT Internet Multi-media Technology Keyboard”