Toshiba T2100, 486SX @ 25MHz, 12Mb RAM, 250Mb HDD, monochrome display.
Got it few years ago, installed Win 95 on it, then floppy disk drive died and I haven't really used it since then. Luckily I installed DCC and TCP/IP stack before the floppy died. Bought a serial null modem cable and USB to serial cable recently and decided to have a play with the old laptop and get it connected to my network.
After a bit of trial and error got it to connect to the internet via Win XP host. Now I can browse the net via Lynx browser in text only mode Serial connection was useful for copying some more programs onto it as well. Luckily old software is relatively small in size so copy times are bearable, and I can copy it directly from shares set up on the host machine.
Does anyone know of a "modern" browser that will run on the above hardware (there probably isn't any)? I tried a version of SeaMonkey hacked for Win 95 which supports most of the modern HTML standards, but it doesn't go past splash screen - I guess CPU and RAM are far from what it needs to run.