Not quite right... The 150 was sold as a "special" beast which came
complete with software. The box could be sold and everything that
came on it. This was a "special" license that did not include any
updates. What you bought was what you got. If you wanted a "newer"
release, you started from scratch on the $$$.

I don't recall which version actually shipped on the 150, but it
certainly wouldn't be a bad box for home use. It really depends on
what was shipped on the initial order.....





jkrueger@andrewscg.com wrote:
>
> >> I wonder what the ramifications of buying a system like this off of eBay
> would be?
>
> Old hardware, with no license to OS/400 or other software, and no support...
>
> Gosh, sounds like a good deal to me!!!
>


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