- PC Server 720 populated with six Pentium 1s multi-threaded in its Corollary bus all upgraded to 233 Mhz with interposers--along with the PCI and MCA bus option. Running PCI and MCA cards has a lot of unique advantages. But... 1.4 Ghz (total) of Pentium 1 would be a wet dream. I forget the amount of RAM they can max out too, but I bet it could pass Windows 7 requirements.
- A Personal System/1 released in the uncommon 'black' colour (99.9% are beige).
- 9406-170 with the netfinity sub computer card (the one I had never had it sadly among other issues)
- PS/2 Model 25 with a native 486 "Reply PowerBoard" / although I do have mine configured with a 286-to-486 adapter to simulate the best that can ever be done.
- PS/2 Model 77 50th Anniversary edition. It came with a ChipChat loaded in it by stock and a special silver badge. Fortunately I already have a chipchat but I've never gotten around to doing anything with it yet--it's just neat to see a machine come with one stock since the MWave on the Ultimedias were crap.
- Beige ThinkPad 720C (99.9% are black).
- IBM 6150 RT with the 286 sub computer card (to run DOS under AIX on a hardware level instead of software emulation)
And yes, that's a list one crafts when they already own too much of almost everything