By the numbers

By | Friday, March 5, 2004 at 9:19 pm

I dug up this old document and got a good laugh out of it tonight. It’s an insurance document from my computer equipment rider with my insurance company. The date was 3/21/1997

COMPUTER HARDWARE

Packard Bell Pentium PC (P-150) – Value: $5000
32 Meg RAM
8X CD-ROM
Tape Backup
Networking hardware
SVGA Video Card
Sound Blaster Sound Card
Hard Disk 1: 1.35 Gigabytes
Hard Disk 2: 1.6 Gigabytes
28.8 Fax/Modem
Yamaha YST-M10 Stereo Speaker System
Yamaha YST-MSW10 Subwoofer
Gravis Grip Programmable Controller System

Home-Built Pentium (P-133) – Value: $1500
24 Meg RAM
2X CD-ROM
Networking hardware
Expanded SVGA Video Card w/4-meg Video memory
Sound Blaster 16 Sound Card
Hard Disk 1: 1.6 gigabytes
Hard Disk 2: 1.2 gigabytes
14.4 Fax/Modem
Gravis Grip Programmable Controllers

Packard Bell PB9815 Laser Printer – Value: $800

Epson Stylus Color Inkjet Printer – Value: $500

Casio QV-30 Digital Camera System – Value: $800

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

MAJOR SOFTWARE PACKAGES

CorelDraw 3,4,5,6, and 7 Suites: $1000
Microsoft Office Suite: $400
Photoshop: $500
Visual Basic Professional: $200

220 additional CD-ROMs containing Games, Applications and Utilities
Approximate value: $35 each – Value: $7700

200+ Floppy Disks containing applications, utilities, and stored
personal data – Value: $500

Total value of all items: $18,900