Motherboard with 8 ISA slots, CPU and Memory

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486 motherboard with 8 ISA slots, CPU, Memory, IDE controller
card and ISA Video card

486 Motherboard with 8 ISA slots, CPU, Memory, IDE controller card and ISA Video card

The IDE controller and ISA video card take up two slots. That
leaves 6 ISA slots for you to use for other devices

486 Motherboard with 8 ISA slots, CPU, Memory, IDE controller card and ISA Video card

  • TMC PAT48PL motherboard

  • Intel A80486SX-25 CPU. Supports up to a 486

  • 16MB 30 pin memory upgradeable to 32MB

  • IDE controller Card with serial & parallel ports

  • ISA video card

  • Requires an AT power supply. Not included.
    If you need an AT power supply, request a quote

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Is it still possible to buy a new computer with ISA slots?

Computers with multiple ISA slots

Yes but not many companies have them new anymore as it is harder and harder to find parts for such computers. has a few configurations that are new computers with ISA slots. Here are a couple of examples:

Interloper SC16 System:

High End Intel Quad Core Computer with 2 ISA slots


  • Mid Tower case with power supply

    New computer with ISA slots, High End Intel Quad Core Computer with 2 ISA slots
    High End Intel Quad Core Computer with 2 ISA slots
  • Socket 1150 motherboard with:
    • 1 PCIe x16 Gen 3 slot (PCIe 3.0)
    • 1 PCIe x4 Gen 2 slot (PCIe 2.0) – x1 signal
    • 4 PCI slots (PCI 2.3)
    • 2 ISA slots
  • Intel Quad Core i5-4590S 3.00GHz 6MB 5GT/s LGA 1150 CPU
  • 8GB DDR3 memory – upgradeable to 16GB
  • 500GB SATA hard drive
  • DVD-R/RW drive



Interloper SC4 System:


  • Mid Tower case with 400W power supply
    New Pentium 4 computer with 3 ISA slots
    New Pentium 4 computer with 3 ISA slots

  • Pentium4 Socket 478 motherboard with 3 ISA slots, 2 PCI and 1 AGP
  • Intel Pentium 4, 2.8GHz CPU
  • 1GB memory – upgradeable to 2GB
  • 80GB hard drive
  • Floppy drive
  • DVD-R/RW drive
  • Standard Audio
  • Standard video
  • 10/100 Ethernet LAN
  • 2 x 9 pin serial ports

Interloper SC5 Rackmount System:

The SBC (single board computer) comes with:

  • Pentium 4, 3.0 GHz CPU

    New computer 4U rackmount system with 9 ISA slots
    4U rackmount system with 9 ISA slots – New
  • 1 GB DDR memory
  • On-board video
  • On-board 10/100 LAN
  • Active PICMG Backplane with:
    • 9 ISA slots
    • 4 PCI slots
    • 1 PICMG slot for SBC

If you need a custom configuration, call them. They may have an alternate solution for you.

Refurbished laptop with Windows98, serial port, floppy & hard drive …

Refurbished Laptop with Windows 98SE, serial port, floppy drive

IBM ThinkPad 380XD used laptop with Windows 98se

Pentium 233, 160MB RAM, 40.0GB HD, CD-ROM, Floppy, 12.1″ TFT Display

Common Uses: 

  • Programming machines and equipment.
  • Field equipment calibration.
  • Software requiring very slow processors


    • Pentium 233MHz with MMX technology
      Used IBM Thinkpad 380XD laptop with windows 95
    • L1 internal CPU cache: 32KB
    • L2 external CPU cache std/max: 256KB / 256KB
    • Hard disk size: 40.0 GB
    • Memory (RAM) 160MB
    • Internal Floppy Device: 3.5-inch, 1.44MB
    • Internal 20X CD-ROM
    • Screen max resolution: 800×600
    • Screen type description: TFT 

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    • Viewable image size (diagonal): 12.1 inches
    • Expansion Slots / Ports:
      • Plug and play support: Yes
      • PCMCIA Ports: Two
      • Parallel ports: EPP/ECP
      • Serial ports: 9-pin 16550
      • AC adapter jack
      • External VGA Display port
      • Infrared port
      • PS/2 port for external Keyboard/mouse/numpad
      • Line in (stereo)
      • Line out (stereo)
      • Speakers (stereo) / headphone jack, Volume control (dial)
    • Pointing device type: TrackPoint
    • Keyboard type standard: Full size 85 key (palm rest space)
    • Numeric keypad: Integrated
    • Actual unit weight 7.1lbs
    • Operating System:
      Windows 98SE
  • NOTE:
    Does not have a battery. You can still use it with the AC Adapter
    by plugging it to your regular household power outlet. You can also
    buy a new battery from us for $129.
  • Why buy from us:
    1. We are an established 13 year old
      company dealing in computer hardware and consumer electronics.
    2. We test our laptops to ensure they work. On top of that we give youa 30 day warranty in case something happens.
    3. We install the operating system and
      make sure everything is working so you have no issues.
on items / upgrades
Item Description Price
PCMCIA Modem $30
New Li-Ion battery $129
Black canvas carrying case
Corel WordPerfect Office 2000
Suite: Includes WordPerfect 9, Quattro Pro 9, Corel Presentations 9,
CorelCentral 9, Trellix 2, Microsoft Visual Basic for Application and Adobe
Acrobat Reader. A $200 value for just $75.
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Should I learn to build my own website?

Is it a good idea to build your own website

A few years ago when I decided to setup a website, I tried the DIY route. It took me a few weeks but I did it and at that time I was quite proud of myself. In hindsight though, I regret it. The weeks I spent learning how to build my website distracted me from the more important tasks like developing our mailing lists, calling leads, establishing vendor relationships, pricing out distributors, seeking better terms, comparing shipping rates etc. I should have spent that time in growing my business and improving my profitability and should have outsourced web development. Companies like InterloperInc. can build a website for small businesses for very little. I thought I saved money. But in reality I lost money in lost revenues and lost profitability.


Why should I outsource my web-development?

Outsource web development

You can have a full-time developer if you can justify the cost. Depending on your location, the city and country that you are located in and the strength of the local labor market, having a full-time web-developer could be expensive for a small company. If you are a big company, you will not only have one but multiples, and you can justify it but if you are a small business, are you sure you can justify a full-time web-developer? If you can, nothing like it, go for it. But if you cannot, then what do you do?

People see those Ads on TV and say why don’t I do it myself. This seems easy. Many start but soon realize this takes time. That’s how you see so many unfinished websites around the internet. You may even build a simple website on your own, but soon you realize it requires maintenance, better security, and you have to keep up with changing technology. After a while you realize all this web stuff is taking you away from whatever you are good at and as a result your business is suffering.

Why should I outsource web development
Outsource web development

Wouldn’t you be better off investing your time in a much better way? Let’s say you end up spending two hours a day on learning how to develop a simple website. Can that two hours be better utilized in doing what you know best? Let us say you are a hairdresser – in those two hours how many new clients can you service and send follow-up emails to . Let’s say you are an accountant, how many more accounts can you do in that, how many billable hours. If you are a mechanic, if you are a body shop, no matter what your business is. Lets say you are spending two hours a day. Can those two hours be billable hours? Can you do something more in those two hours that will give you more bang for the buck? Think about it.

Time is value – why waste your time?

Outsource web development to those who can do it better, after all, people give you their work. Whatever you are doing, maybe people can do it or figure it out by themselves. They give that job or work to you because they think you can do it better. Similarly, you should outsource if you think others can do it better and use your time where you think you get the biggest bang for the buck.

Our mantra is ‘Do what you do best and Outsource the rest – to us of course

Good Luck!

Why should I outsource web development
Outsource web development

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