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    Default Took part in a retrofest with my machines...

    It was a general retroevent in the Museum of Moscow - old 18-19 century warehuse building here in Moscow, Russia. Took there - a 286/20, Digital Starion 300i/P1-75, Digital Venturis 466/486DX2, Compaq LTE/Elite 450E, Ibook Clamshell, MacintoshIIci, Gouliin 286 laptop with plasma orange screen, a P-II/400mhz Dell XPS-R400. I was there for fun/to search for old stuff people have in the atticks and also to remind people that old computers are not junk and also part of history !

    Posted pics on Imgur -
    https://imgur.com/a/ODDoVaY

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    Nice pics! That looks like a good time to me.

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    I agree - nice pictures. Thanks for sharing!
    Torfinn

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    What is this?

    laptop.jpg

    And please don't say.it's a woman . I want to know the.make and model of.the laptop.

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    Unless the OP tossed in pictures of other computers, that has to be a Compaq LTE Elite 450/E. The heavy grey keys and the floppy in the center front are the Compaq look while the slider and trackball to the right of the screen were standards of that period of Compaqs. https://www.popscreen.com/prod/MTM0N...450CX-821-eBay shows a clearer image of the related model with a color screen. There were 5 models with slightly different CPUs and displays.

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    Thanks for providing this international perspective and for including images that reveal how visitors to the event are responding to the machines rather than just shots of the hardware itself.

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