I think you missed the point...
The survey topic is: "How many computers do you own?", not how many computers others have. Voting is not compulsory, nor is the viewing of the results if you don't care.
But the good news is: You can always go and find another page(s) that are more interesting to you and that you can see the point!
- P200, 96MB RAM, 13GB HD
- P2 400, 128MB RAM, 3GB HD
- Duron 750, 288MB RAM, 45GB HD
- P100, crap
- P2 600
The desktops are pretty much mine, although I use the 750. The laptops are my dad's and are from his workplace. He has them most of the time. The parts that make up the computers have been gradually bought over the years, so they're not all that spectacular.
All are networked and share a cable modem connection. There is no domain server because none are on long perpetually, and electricity use is a concern. Quality deathmatches are rare because the computers aren't very good
2 PCs (1 my "real" machine, the other a Ghost machine used solely for testing) and my Palm Vx. My dust-collectors are my old HP H/PC (I used it a lot back in 1998!) and an old P120. The P120 might come out of the closet (heh) to serve as a router/firewall if I ever get a permanent connection at home.
How about museum items that are gathering dust om my desk? Beside my home PC I have an 8088 and a Luxor ABC80. ABC80 is not the best computer that's ever been made, but it has *a lot* of personality and It would be a shame to put it in the closet
My stepson has so many old 8088 and 8086 boxen and monochrome green monitors that he uses them for furniture: piles them up in the basement and puts plywood across the top to hold his tuntables and DJ equipment, just as I used to do at uni with cinderblocks and 1 x 6's for bookshelves.