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Published on Jul 9, 2012
This computer would have represented Dell's top of the line (or very close--only the Precision workstation of the time would have been better equipped) computer system in the mid-90s. While I did not check the date codes on the motherboard components, I did find a review dated March 1st, 1995. In this review, it was mentioned that the system shipped with a "colossal" 1GB hard disk (and nobody thought they'd fill such a drive back then)! It was also described as "number one Top 20 power system six months in a row last year" [that would have been the latter half of 1994] by PC World.
This computer was a recipient of the PC Magazine Editor's Choice award in November of 1994. It competed with 45 other Pentium 90 equipped PCs.
The sad thing is, I can very well remember when this would have been a dream system...and now it's just about old enough be considered a "vintage computer"!
I'm just absolutely floored that the original clock battery is still keeping time, and not just that, but the RIGHT time. Who says miracles don't happen?