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Old 26th March 2004, 09:17 PM
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Your oldest piece of hardware

Like a good many other geeks I put together my own computers. Over the years, and after several reiterations my machine has become a real frankenstein. Bits from here, bits from there, bits from everywhere! In it's current form the oldest component of my computer is the keyboard. It's one of those big heavy IBM jobs that was made in 1994. So fellow geeks what's the oldest component of your computer?
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