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Anonymous 10/26/2019 (Sat) 17:59:37 No. 480
retro my dude
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Look at all the beauty with so few pixels.
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The retro scene is pretty lame tbh. It's mostly a bunch of collectors who just buy old computers and then put them in their closet after making a youtube video. Almost nobody writes code or makes things on them. Go read eab.abime.net forums and you'll see what I mean.
Nigga that's real /comfy/

Is it yours?
True. It's a pretty good hobby if you're a rich guy,beats philately and numismatics.
I have a real craving for one of these little buggers
>>576 Get one that actually has non-volatile memmory otherwise you replace the battery and take longer than 4 seconds and all your shit is gone or you bump it too hard and the ram resets. if it doesn't say on it you can look under the cover and if there is two buttoncell slots one is for system and one is for volatile memory. if there's only one your good.
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>>553 Nigga wut?! You don't know shit about retro computing until you've gotten your grubbies on a classic Mtek K-104 and felt that springy click of the keys as they rebound like soldiers giving each of your fingers a personal salute in response to each stroke across the board. They don't make shit like that anymore, now it's all 3rd rate plastic crap with rubbery rebounds that feel like your fingers are wobbling all over some fat dude's ass.
>>653 I don't need that, I've already got an ergo board that's comfy.
>>654 I feel nothing but loathing disdain for your uncultured computing preferences, you techno heathen.
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>>658 Uh-oh, you made the game crash dude.
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>>482 could you really read books on c64?
>>485 I loved OS/2 Warp 4 Connect... Used to dual boot it next to Slack


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