IBM System/32 available
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Tue Nov 10 09:32:09 CST 2015
On 2015-11-09 11:12 PM, Mike Ross wrote:
> Sorry for being out of touch: in transit from NZ to NY and crazy busy. No
> news my end but plan to speak to seller and visit system towards end of
> week. I know at least a couple of you have emailed me privately; sorry for
> not responding but will update ASAP. I'd *like* to claim it for the
> Corestore but there are shipping costs and logistics issues.
> I wonder if IBM disks of this era care about line frequency? Do they have
> 50hz vs 60hz spindles like RK05s....
> On Nov 9, 2015 9:54 PM, "Connor Krukosky" <connork at connorsdomain.com> wrote:
>> Wow that looks to be in fantastic condition considering its around 40
>> years old now!
>> I really wish the best of luck to whomever gets it.
>> I must say I'm very jealous ;)
>> -Connor K
>> On 11/9/2015 9:20 PM, Mark J. Blair wrote:
>>> At long last, here are pictures and details!
The diskette drive and the 10MB disk are both driven by AC motors so
they would be sensitive to line frequency, however I am sure that IBM
did make pulleys for 50Hz.
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