I had things like the Sinclair Spectum and such, a few gaming consoles (Master System, Mega Drive, NES, SNES, Game Gear, etc) but my first *real* computer was a standard 486 DX.
It had like 8mb of RAM and a 3gb HDD. It ran Windows 3.1 (not even 3.11).
I used it for basic word proccessing and school, I was very young at the time, proberly about 10.
Nothing special, I don't get attached to computers as such, I get attached to how I have my shortcuts laid out. Like I get more attached to a keyboard, I've just switched my keyboard from a memorex one (ubércool with loads of shortcut keys) to a Belkin wireless keyboard. I go to hit buttons that don't exist, and when the batteries fail (which they do with the amount of keystrokes I make on average once a week) it becomes quite irriating it will miss out charectors.
I've never been into *computers* really, I do software but not hardware it just doesn't appeal to me.