Hardware Collection

One of my hobbies is collecting interesting hardware. Below is an inventory of the machines I've accumulated over the years.

Some items have their own subpage with pictures and more information about them (in most cases also including pictures of the boards inside). Most subpages also contain manuals, drivers, and other useful files.

Click on an item's name to visit its subpage, or on its picture in the first column to go directly to the picture gallery section of the subpage.

Pixel art of a circuit board
SGIO21999300MHz MIPS RM5271, 768MB RAM, A/V module
SGIOctane19992x 400MHz MIPS R12000, 2GB RAM, MXE+SE graphics
SGIOrigin 3400200016 CPUs (8x 500MHz MIPS R14000 + 8x 400MHz MIPS R12000), 16GB RAM
SGIFuel2002600MHz MIPS R14000, 2GB RAM, V10 graphics
SGIIndy1994100MHz MIPS R4600PC, 32MB RAM, 8-bit XL graphics
SGIIndigo1991100MHz R4000, ?MB RAM, LG1 graphics, SRV1 video
SGIIndigo199133MHz R3000, 8MB RAM, LG1 graphics
SGIAltix XE34020094x Intel X5570 2.93GHz (16 cores total), 96GB RAM, Infiniband
HP9830A1972Desktop calculator with BASIC, HP2116-based 16-bit serial CPU, 7904 words of RAM, 9866A thermal printer
HP7475A19836-pen A3/A4 graphics plotter (HPGL, RS232)
HP200LX19947.91MHz 80186-based SoC, 2MB RAM, 32MB CF card
HP48SX1989Programmable RPN graphing calculator
HP35S2007Programmable RPN calculator
HP49G1999Programmable RPN graphing calculator
HPMini 214020091.6GHz Intel Atom N270, 2GB RAM
ЭлектроникаБ3-341980Programmable RPN calculator
ЭлектроникаБК 0010-011990PDP11-based home computer with BASIC, 3MHz К1801ВМ1 CPU (LSI-11 compatible), 32kB RAM
DECMicroVAX 3100 Model 201987
SunSPARCstation 2019952x 50MHz SuperSPARC SM50, 384MB RAM
Atari1040STF19868MHz Motorola 68000, 1MB RAM
AppleMac Plus19868MHz Motorola 68000, 1MB RAM
ApplePowerBook 520c199425MHz Motorola 68LC040, 12MB RAM
AppleNewton MessagePad 120199420MHz ARM 610, 1MB RAM, NewtonOS 1.3
AppleNewton MessagePad 2000 (upgraded)1997162MHz StrongARM SA-110, 4MB RAM, NewtonOS 2.1
AgendaVR3200166MHz NEC VR4181, 8MB RAM
ApplePowerMac G4 (Sawtooth)1999450MHz PowerPC 7400 (overclocked from 400MHz), 2GB RAM
Apple20" iMac G520041.8GHz PowerPC 970, 2GB RAM
Apple13" MacBook Pro20112.3GHz Intel i5-2410M, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD
Apple13" MacBook Air20121.7GHz Intel i7-4650U, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD
TelequipmentD831976Dual-channel 50MHz analog oscilloscope
KikusuiModel 4550100kHz function generator
Tektronix3001GPX199280-channel logic analyzer (200MHz timing + 80MHz state, or 1GHz timing when using only 16 channels)
APCSmart-UPS 7001999700VA UPS, 230V output, RS232
APCSU043 Redundant Switch20021400VA Automatic Transfer Switch
BroadcomBCM91250A2003BCM1250 development board (dual-core 800MHz MIPS64 SiByte-1 processor); I have four of these boards, none seem to work with the RAM I have :(
IDT79S334A200179RC32334 development board (150MHz MIPS-II SoC)
element14Raspberry Pi 2 Model B2015900MHz quad-core Broadcom BCM2836 ARM7 SoC, 1GB RAM
element14BeagleBone Black (Industrial)20151GHz quad-core TI AM3358 ARM7 SoC, 512MB RAM
XunlongOrange Pi Lite20161.2GHz quad-core AllWinner H3 ARM7 SoC, 512MB RAM
SuperMicroA1SAM-2550F20142.4GHz quad-core Intel Atom C2550, 32GB RAM
XeroxPhaser 6120N2006Color laser printer
LeitchDPS-5752001Digital processing synchronizer (I use it as a fancy time-base corrector)
BG7TBLGPS Disciplined Oscillator (2016-05-31)2016A pretty good 10MHz GPSDO (a very precise ovenized oscillator that's synchronized with the GPS network for long-term stability and precision)
CobaltQube22000250MHz QED RM5231, 32MB RAM