The SaiNt: Oh, old computers. I've had few of those myself.
http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/svi728.htm" TARGET=_blank>Spectravideo SVI-728 MSX
Lots of cool games by Konami. Very good Basic (if compared to C-64). 3.58 MHz.
http://www.obsoletecomputermuseum.org/amiga500.html" TARGET=_blank>Commodore Amiga 500
Nice comp, but troubled by massive piracy. No less than 4096 colors, although usage of so-called HAM graphics was very rare. Has some excellent games, like Stunt Car Racer, Dungeon Master etc.
My 1st PC: 386DX@25 MHz. 4 MB's of RAM and 52 MB hard drive with 19 ms seek time (it was really fast). 256 KB SVGA graphics gard. Sound Blaster added later.
2nd PC: AMD 486@120 MHz. 16 MB RAM, 1 GB hard drive, 1 MB S3 Trio 64. Same Sound Blaster. 4X CD-ROM added later.
3rd PC: P200MMX (overclocked to 250), 96 MB RAM, 3.8 GB disk, Hercules Dynamite 128 and later Matrox Millennium 2 + Voodoo. SB 16 and 4X CD-ROM. SCSI CD-ROM and CD-R added later. Used as server nowadays.
4th PC: Celeron 300A@472 (or 495), 128 MB, 18 GB, cheap 8 MB TNT, later GeForce 2 GTS, SB Live!, same SCSI stuff except DVD-drive added.