My primary CPU is a PPC G4 at 733MHz with 392MB of ram running OS X. It's my home machine :)
My work machine is an Intel at 200MHz with 64MB of ram running redhat 7.2.
Both meager machines, but emacs, vi, ssh, and Perl don't need major graphics or processor power1...
1Well, okay, whenever i accidentally code an infinite loop Perl sucks up a lot of cycles, but it doesn't mater how much CPU i have when that happens :-(
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