First of all, GPD Win, as something as temporary PDA. I'm quite satisfied with Debian on it, I'm not satisfied with its battery time while in suspend (As HP 200LX former user I'm not satisfied with battery life of any modern handheld device). Fortunately its start-up time with my Debian+MATE is acceptable. Next, I found this in flea market: To my old computer-related collection. It's like German BTX (and in fact made in Germany by Loewe), but in Swedish, for Swedish service. I won a few auctions. First of all, another 8-bit micro called "Alphatronic" (Z80, 64kB RAM). Condition: "A week in the lake". Finally fixed it today. Generally every larger component had to be separated, cleaned and brushed with denaturated alcohol. All electrolytic capacitors unusable. Solidified liquid remains of capacitors can be removed from board with acetone - denatured alcohol and naphtha solvent don't work. Found 4 blown 4164. Keyboard connector will probably be OK, if not I'll have to brush it again. Boots to Microsoft BASIC. I received two more computers from auctions. Unfortunately, all broken in transportation - Zenith EZPC with broken tube (thanks to Polish post) and Power Macintosh 9500 with internal chassis and cooling broken to about 80 pieces (thanks to UPS). So about this Mac, I'll probably try to return the remains, but the mainboard/CPU, video card and network adapter seem to be functional. So if I won't be able to return it... I'll have some time in February... Cyanoacrylic glue, acetone or MEK plastic welding solvent? P.S. Ordered 20 4164 chips and a fan grill-type cover. Why fan cover? I don't need the fan cover. I ordered it to increase parcel's rigidity. Maybe with this technique they won't destroy anything inside?