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I remember having an 8MB hard drive and being unable to fill it up, then later a 100MB one, and my dad buying a 1x CD burner that cost around $600. I also remember the subsequent amazement form my friends that "OMG CDs can be copied!!!"
Before that I remember BASIC and the TRS80 we had, then the Apple IIe... and DOS shells.
My 486 was hardcore! seriously i went through about 150 sticks of 30 pin ram... mainly because my computer was tempremental and only liked certian chip manufacturers, i got it to 48mb (which is quite a feat with only 6 SIMM slots), i had the MEGA 486dx4 which clocked at the amazing 99Mhz, i still have all the 486 cpu's i went through before i got that beast... had a Tsung Labs (i think) 9000(something) this card could pump out the best pixelated 3D games at high resolutions; such as 320*240 at 8bit colour... aaaahh the good old days. Now im saving for a pentium 120Mhz with 64Mb EDO, two years and a lot of coal shovelling and im half way there, feel free to add your support/donations!