Subject: Re: identifying hp's
To: (noud de brouwer) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Vince Vielhaber <email@example.com>
Date: 09/27/1998 10:58:49
On 27-Sep-98 Herb Peyerl wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org (noud de brouwer) wrote:
> > hi..there's a fair (second hand things for sale) in my village.
> > there are some HP9121, 9122, 9123 and a 9133..
> > just for about $2.50..real cheap but does it run NetBSD ??
> not sure offhand what those are but I don't think they're CPU's.
> Maybe they're disks or something?
> in any event, if they _are_ cpu's then they don't sound like they'd
> run NetBSD.
They're drives. I have a 9121 (that collects dust very well) that's a
dual 3.5" floppy with a GPIB/HPIB interface. Don't get too excited, the
3.5" drives only do about 180K or something like that. Nowhere's near
the 1.44M in the PC's. I think the 9122 has either one or no floppies
and a hard disk and the 9123 maybe both. We have either the 22 or 23
at work. In any event for $2.50 they're be great if you have a boat.
Vince Vielhaber -- KA8CSH email: email@example.com flame-mail: /dev/null
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