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Looking for a used SGI Graphics Prism Workstation

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Sparoism, Feb 20, 2006.

  1. Sparoism

    Sparoism Guest


    SGI Graphics site

    The desktop model starts at $8,500. It's fully scalable, so once I hit the Lotto I can get the Extreme version for $200,000 and just plug my desktop in and go nuts. It's probably one of the most powerful Linux machines out there (if there's a better one, let me know).

    I figure by next year, these will be blown out for around five grand. Dare to dream.

    What would I do with this? Hell if I know...stuff? Whatever I wanted?

    Or, on the other end of the spectrum, one of these would be cool, too...


    Damn Small Linux site

    It's about a third of the size of my laptop, and twice as fast...only $375, not bad.

    Well, that's it. Thanks for stopping by...