[ Note: This mail was converted from HTML to text by majordomo. Formatting might be poor. ] I didn't mentionned that but i also noticed it as "curious" .... Anyway, D9090 makes talk of itself... Does anyone have a copy of the Transactor's "Complete Commodore Inner Space Anthology" ? It the place where I first heard of the existance of the D9090 ... and had never seen one before buying mine on eBay. ----- Message d'origine ----- De: Ethan Dicks Date: Lundi, Avril 27, 2009 17:05 Objet: Re: Re: 90x0, was: New user Ā: email@example.com > On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 10:33 AM, Anders Carlsson > wrote: > > Hervé asked: > > > >> - What was original retail price ? > > > > This Wikipedia user notes he found a Commodore price list from > September> 1983. Back then, the D9060 was listed at 1995 GBP, a > D9090 at 2495 GBP. I > > don't know when those hard drives originally were released, some > time in > > 1982? > > > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Suenarmy > > Odd... so this guy wrote up a bunch of C= docs on his _user_ page on > Wikipedia? That seems rather bizarre. > > From glancing over it, there's some good info in there, but it could > really use a spell-check and some editing assistance. > > One factual nit-pick... he says "(on the D9090 25% of the Hard > Disc is > never used)." I think he's comparing the raw and formatted capacities > of the drive and neglecting sector header overhead, etc. > > -ethan > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-04-27 17:18:01
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