Collection

A roughly up to date ish catalog of my moderately sized vintage electronics collection. Devices in each category organized roughly chronologically in terms of release date

Desktops
IBM RISC System/6000 7011-250

  • Currently not able to run an operating system because I have no compatible storage devices and can't find a working netbootable OS
  • PowerPC 601 @ 66MHz
  • 48MB RAM

Compaq AlphaServer DS10

  • OpenVMS 8.4
  • Alpha 21264 @ 466MHz
  • 768MB RAM
  • S3 Trio64v+


Laptops
Toshiba T1000SE

  • MS-DOS 3.3
  • Intel 80C86 @ 4.77 MHz
  • 1MB RAM
  • Needs many capacitors replaced and I haven't gotten around to that yet

Panasonic Toughbook CF-48

  • Pentium 4M @1.8GHz
  • CF-48X4HHUKM model which does not appear in any documentation I can find
  • Will not start due to a hardware fault that I have not yet diagnosed and may be above my skill level to diagnose and/or fix


Handhelds
Palm IIIx

  • PalmOS 3.3
  • Motorola DragonBall EZ @ 16MHz
  • 4MB RAM

Palm Vx

  • PalmOS 3.3
  • Motorola DragonBall EZ @ 20MHz
  • 8MB RAM
  • 2 Mostly identical units
  • Both have dead batteries but the device is glued together so I haven't replaced them yet

Palm m105

  • PalmOS 3.5.1
  • Motorola DragonBall EZ @ 16MHz
  • 8MB RAM

Compaq Agency Series PE2030 (Color)/Compaq iPAQ H3500 Series

  • Windows CE 3.0.9348 (build 9616)
  • Intel StrongARM SA1110
  • 32MB RAM
  • Proud owner of the most confusing model numbering scheme I've ever seen

Casio Cassiopeia IT-700M30E

  • Some version of Windows CE I can't be bothed to check because I don't have a battery and turning it on without a battery is annoying
  • NEC VR4122
  • 32MB RAM
  • SocketScan barcode scanner

Palm m505

  • PalmOS 4.0
  • Motorola DragonBall VZ @ 33MHz
  • 8MB RAM

Palm m515

  • PalmOS 4.1
  • Motorola DragonBall VZ @ 33MHz
  • 16MB RAM

Sony CliƩ PEG-T615C

  • PalmOS 4.1
  • Motorola DragonBall VZ @ 33MHz
  • 16MB RAM
  • A word of warning to any other people (un)lucky enough to own this model: The battery is glued in with incredibly strong adhesive and you will almost definitely have to pry it out with something to remove it. If you're going to disassemble this device make sure you have somewhere to put the battery you inevitably damage while removing.

Sony CliƩ PEG-N760C

  • PalmOS 4.1
  • Motorola DragonBall VZ @ 33MHz
  • 8MB RAM

Palm Tungsten T2

  • PalmOS 5.2.1
  • Texas Instruments OMAP1510 @ 144MHz
  • 32MB RAM

Dell Axim x50v

  • Windows CE 4.21.1088 (build 14260.2.0.5)
  • Intel PXA270 @ 624MHz
  • 64MB RAM

Palm Tungsten E

  • PalmOS 5.2.1
  • Texas Instruments OMAP311 @ 126MHz
  • 32MB RAM
  • My first mobile device (although I bought it for about $5 around 2014)

Palm Z22

  • A PalmOS version that I would love to check if the digitizer worked
  • Samsung S3C2410 @ 200MHz
  • 16MB RAM
  • Completely nonfunctional digitizer

Palm T|X

  • PalmOS 5.4.9
  • Intel XScale PXA270 @ 312MHz
  • 32MB RAM

Apple iPod 5th Generation

  • Rockbox 3.15
  • Portalplayer PP5021C
  • 32MB RAM
  • 30GB Model

Apple iPod Touch 2nd Generation

  • iOS 4.2.1 (Jailbroken)
  • Samsung S3C6400 @ 533MHz
  • 128MB RAM
  • Of course the volume and power buttons are broken

HTC Tilt 2

  • Windows CE 5.2.21849 (built 21849.5.0.63)
  • Qualcomm MSM7200A @ 528MHz
  • 288MB RAM

Palm Pre Plus (Verizon)

  • WebOS 2.1.0 (Upgraded from 1.4.5.1 via Metadoctor)
  • ARM Cortex-A8 @ 1GHz (Originally 600MHz, overclocked with UberKernel and Govnah)
  • 512MB RAM
  • Recently developed a strange fault where the touchscreen taps in a specific place by itself at seemingly random intervals