I've picked up a few new systems as well since I last posted. I currently have:
- Sun Ultra 5: UltraSPARC IIi 366MHz, 512Mb, 20Gb EIDE Disk, SunVideoPlus, SunPCi IIpro.
- Sun Ultra 1 (200E I think, but sadly it was severely damaged due to the worst packaging effort I'd ever seen. Hopefully good for parts if I ever find another)
- Sun SPARCstation 20MP: 2 x Ross hyperSPARC 125MHz, 448Mb, SX + 4Mb VSIMM, 2 x 9Gb, SunSwift + WideSCSI, SunVideo, Sun PCMCIA.
- Sun SPARCstation 5: 170MHz TurboSPARC, 256Mb, 2 x 9Gb, TGX, SunSwift + WideSCSI, SunPC 5x86 (Missing the SPARCstation 5 badge sadly, but otherwise in great condition).
- Tadpole SPARCbook 3GX (110MHz microSPARC II) 128Mb, 520Mb HDD
Tadpole SPARCbook 3XP: (85MHz microSPARC II, 32Mb, 520Mb HDD
I bought these two 'spares or repair' systems from eBay. A bit of a gamble, as I didn't know if they had disks, RAM or even if they still worked. To my surprise, after finding a suitable AC adapter recently, both systems work. The 3XP had SunOS 4.1.4 installed, but its case took a real battering during transit. The 3GX is in good condition, has Solaris 2.5.1 installed, and was maxed with 128Mb RAM. They have no batteries (or covers), but still, its nice to finally own portable SPARC machines. OpenWindows seems so primitive.
- Sun SPARCstation IPX: 40MHz, 48Mb, SunSwift + WideSCSI, Sun PCMCIA.
- Sun JavaStation-NC: 100MHz MicroSPARC IIep, 64Mb RAM, 8Mb Flash
I still haven't managed to find a Ross SPARCplug or SPARCplug Solo, a JavaStation brick, or to justify the cost of a nice Tadpole Viper laptop
@emGee - I had thought 64Mb was the official max RAM for a JavaStation. Does 128Mb work ok?