Devices at SonOfAPixel-WWW

Here at the Soap-Web, SonOfAPixel has a lovely hoard of computers.

It's not hoarding if all of them have a purpose. ;-). Besides it has progressively gotten smaller over the past few years.

Device Name   Specs'n'Stuff
2015 Custom-built  
  • 16 GB of DDR3
  • 120 GB Kingston SSD
  • 2 TB Hitachi HDD
  • Nvidia GTX 645 from a Dell Vostro
  • AMD A6 Dual-core 3.60 GHz
  • Windows 7 Professional (x64)
Toshiba Satellite C655-S5130  
  • 3GB of some sorta RAM
  • Upgraded 320 GB HDD
  • AMD Vision processor of some under-power range (1.5?)
  • "Radeon" Vision graphics
  • Windows XP, even though it's 7 machine (XP runs better)
Acer Iconia Tab W500P  
  • 1.0 GHZ (ech!) AMD C-60 Dual Core
  • 2 GB of DDR3
  • 32 GB "SSD"
  • ATI Radeon HD 6250
  • Windows 7 or Ubuntu, however I'm feeling
  • Dolby "Advanced" Audio Surround Sound, from one speaker
Acer Aspire One AOA-150  
  • 1.60 GHz Intel Atom processor, single-core
  • 1 GB of RAM
  • 160 GB of HDD, to match the processor :-P
  • Decently fast for Wireless-G card
  • Windows XP Home Edition
Toshiba Satellite 4005CDT   The one I'm excited about, for $5 dollars at a yard sale...
  • 96 MB of SDRAM
  • 56k Fax/Modem PCMCIA card
  • Chips & Tech 65555 graphics
  • Surprisingly loud speaker
  • 4 GB Hard Drive
  • 233 MHz Pentium II MMX mobile processor
  • Original battery that holds half-a-second of charge
  • Windows 98 Second Edition, babyyyyyy

I can't imagine how much this must of cost new.

Dell Dimension E521  
  • 250 GB HDD
  • 2 GB (upgraded from 1!) of DDR2 RAM
  • AMD 64 Athlon x2 Dual Core processor (2.6 GHz)
  • 2 DVD drives, one plain, one RW
  • Nvidia GeForce GT 420 (le weed reference here)
  • Windows XP/Windows Vista dual-boot

Actually a second one! Shout out to my friend Zach for giving one of the exact same model for free!

I'll likely keep this second one stock though, either that or just part it out for the other one.

2006 Gaming Custom-build  
  • 500 GB Maxtor SATA HDD
  • 3 GB of DDR RAM
  • AMD Athlon 64 of some frequency I don't presently remember
  • 2 DVD drives, both recordable, one rewriteable with LIGHTSCRIBE(tm)
eMachines from the Mid-2000s
  • 160 GB SATA Hard Drive
  • 1 GB of RAM
  • A processor... Okay so I don't actually have this in front of me right now, I just wanted to mark I have this one
Panasonic Word Processor   Who knows, it doesn't work but it looks rad.

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