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Packard Bell 24 Inch Air Frame Monitor M24200 $99.50 at Belk

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LOL. My first PC was a Packard Bell.
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LOL. My first PC was a Packard Bell.
Me too! 486 DX2 50

Got that SWEET PENTIUM OVERDRIVE for a SMOLDERING 63 Mhz!!
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That's a brand I haven't thought of in a long time.

I remember our family getting a Packard Bell Pentium 133mhz computer with Windows 95. I think it came with Encarta 95 on CD. I played the crap out of the game built into Encarta.

We also upgraded the RAM from 8MB to 40MB a couple of years later which made it fly!
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Me too! 486 DX2 50

Got that SWEET PENTIUM OVERDRIVE for a SMOLDERING 63 Mhz!!
Lucky. Mine was a 486 SX Frown
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Parents paid $250 for 4 MB of RAM to be able to watch videos off the Encarta CD.
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Lucky. Mine was a 486 SX https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
I wish mine was a 486. I had a sweet Tandy 1000 RLX with a blazing 286 processor.
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Here I thought both Packard Bell and Belk went out of business like a long time ago...
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I wish mine was a 486. I had a sweet Tandy 1000 RLX with a blazing 286 processor.
I had a 286, but mine had a TURBO button... 16mhz baby! Still smoked my 8086 though.
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Wow, PB. I'm curious if this is like Gateway, where they just purchased some Chinese models and slapped their labels on them, or if these are actually made by them.
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Wow thats an old name. Probably licensed now or something?
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Wow thats an old name. Probably licensed now or something?
According to Wikipedia Acer owns both Packard Bell and Gateway.
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No spec on the website
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1080p, 5ms, 60Hz
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