If you're curious about hard drive space, the Tandy's HD (back when it worked) had 20 MB, the Packard Bell has 350 MB, the Pentium has 2.4 GB spread across two drives, the laptop has 800 MB, the office computer has 120 GB and my main system has 240 GB.
One thing I do still use the Pentium system for is 5 1/4" disk transfers, since a friend gave me a spare 5 1/4" drive which I was able to install into the thing since it had the proper hookups. Mind you, because it's a high-density drive, I can't write data to disks with it that my Tandy system will be able to read. :P
The battery for the laptop doesn't hold a charge for more than 5 minutes anymore, so its portability is severely limited.
The reason I have a colour laser printer is due to a failed business idea which required a lot of printing on card-stock, which my previous inkjet printer couldn't handle. (Actually, the laser printer can't handle anything too thick either, but still thicker stuff than the inkjet... and I like never having to worry about ink levels anymore! Toner lasts seemingly forever! ;)
Yes, that's an illuminated keyboard connected to my main computer. Specifically, a Logitech G110 gaming keyboard. I only really bought it because it was the least-expensive full-stroke keyboard I could find with illuminated keys... and I got it brand new for dirt cheap thanks to price matching!
As of mid-2013, my latest computer is the first one I've ever bought with my own money in its entirety... technically. To be more precise, I bought all the PARTS with my own money and assembled the thing myself. My current system now is an AMD FX-8350 8-Core CPU running at 4 GHz with 16 MB of RAM and a video card with a GeForce GTX 660 chipset. The thing runs circles around all of my other systems combined! ;D
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