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I have been pouring through these archives all week. They are a great source of contemporary reviews of computer hardware. You can also easily determine production dates and MSRPs for popular computer hardware now too!
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It's nice that ZD Net has licensed/shared this.

I still have a couple of old issues. Most of the 1980s and early 1990s magazines we had were recycled in 1995-1996, before eBay existed. I sometimes wonder if they'd be worth something. Then again, sometimes not being a packrat is more rewarding. The ones I still have were kept completely by accident, found in boxes or in the bottom of drawers about 6 years ago during a move.

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