Statement & apology (was Re: 10 Year Rule)
Gordon JC Pearce
gordon at gjcp.net
Wed Aug 30 17:01:04 CDT 2006
Tony Duell wrote:
> A serious question : Was the Pentium ever used in a non-PC
> know the 386 was -- there was a least one Sun that used it, and those
> interesting Sequent multi-processor 386 machines. Anything similar with
> the Pentium? If so, (and if they're more than 10 years old or whatever),
> I think I could easily consider those to be classic computers.
I wonder what's in the newest Akai samplers? I know that the older ones
used 80186 and 80286 CPUs. I suspect that newer ones might use some
kind of "embedded" x86.
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