My home systems in Austin, Texas, from 1997-2002, Page I.

(a picture of my C128D)

Here is my main momma, the Commodore 128D.
Dual processor, three internal operating modes, and
an internal fan make this a COOL computer for the 90s.
13 meg RamLink, with 2048k 17XX REU, JiffyDos chip upgrades,
Turbo232 RS232 with 28.8 modem, 100mb CMD Zip Drive,
SuperCPU128 at 20mhz with 16 mb ram, 3.5" 1.44mb FD-2000,
a 5.25" 170k 1541-II drive, internal 5.25" 360K 1571 drive,
3.5" 880k 1581 drive, CBM 1902a mono monitor, C2N Tape
Drive, CMD SmartMouse, and one C= mouse pad.

The Ramlink autoboots an invisible keysensing OS menu in c64
and c128 mode. F1-F8 are used to select GEOS (with
14 1581 partitions), Lunix, or ACE in c64 mode.
F1-F8 boot ACE, CS-DOS, or BBR in c128 mode.

(a picture of my amiga system)

Before I got an Amiga 4000T, this WAS my main web-surfing system.
It's an Amiga 3000 with 2 megs of chip ram and another 8 of fast ram.
She's got a 1.2 gig SCSI hard drive, Picasso II video card, 880kb and
1.44mb floppies, a SCSI ZIP drive, 1960 xVGA monitor, 33.6 modem, and
an HP printer. Below it is a PC-compatible docking station and lap-top
for decoration.

(a picture of my SX64)

Providing backup computing power is this Commodore SX64,
a portable C64 with built in color monitor and 5.25" 1541 disk drive.
This system today includes a 512k GEORAM REU, a second 3.5" 1.44mb
FD-4000 drive, JiffyDos ROMs, internal fan, and a CMD SmartMouse.

(a picture of my games console)

This is my livingroom setup. You'll find here a Commodore CDTV (second
from bottom) with 1011 floppy drive (bottom right), keyboard (top), mouse
(right side, below keyboard), and tons of 3.5" games (bottom right). Below
the CDTV keyboard (on top of a VCR) is my CD32 game console.

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