In the early days of technology, mainframe computing ruled the world. And it looks like we're returning to that computing paradigm again.
The TrackPoint is that weird round thingy on laptop keyboards that few know how to use. But if you get the hang of it, you'll navigate your system like a Zen master.
The best drama set amidst the backdrop of the computer revolution.
The coolest oil painting for a vintage computer enthusiast (such as myself).
The AS/400 was perhaps the most stable and useful system of the early 1990s. Many companies ran their financials (at minimum) on this platform.
And it makes a wicked coffee table too!
This question dates back to the early 1990s. Yes, you can like both Apple Macs and Windows PCs, but there must be one that you like a bit more than the other, and the answer is widely considered a reflection on your personality.
I collect vintage computers, and this page is dedicated to my favourites. The first part discusses the old personal computers of the 1970s-1990s (Apple, Commodore, Tandy, IBM, Atari, Sinclair, ColecoVision, Osborne, Kaypro and GRiD) while the second part discusses the high-end (and costly) UNIX workstations of the 1990s and early 2000s (SUN, Tadpole, SGI, DEC, NeXT and HP).