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Submission + - Computing rarities of the 1990s (technologizer.com)

harrymcc writes: "The historic computers of the 1970s and 1980s are rightly celebrated, but we tend to forget that some fascinating machines came out in the 1990s. Technologizer's Benj Edwards has rounded up some of them, including Sega's PC, Apple's Unix server, IBM's Unix ThinkPad, an Atari laptop, the NeXT-based workstation from Canon, and more."
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Computing rarities of the 1990s

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