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Allez faire un tour sur le deviantART de Christian Mellergaard il réalise de superbe wallpapers... enfin si vous aimez le rétro.

Wallpaper je vous aime ! - Graphicblog

Bill's APF Imagination Machine

Bill O'brien, Computers, Imagination, Electronics, Fantasy, Consumer Electronics

Commodore C900 based on the Z-8000 processor.  How is it that I've *never* heard of this???

Commodore based on the processor. How is it that I've *never* heard of this?

VG 8020 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Philips MSX home computer from the This was the company's third MSX model.

Amiga 1000 with two Microbotics StarBoard 2 modules attached

Big Book of Amiga Hardware - Probably the largest Amiga hardware reference on the net!

Back in 1969 RCA made an attempt at a high-end TV that was a vision of the sets of the year 2000. The Two Thousand was even made in a limited run of 2,000 and cost $2,000. That's around $12,000 in today's money, but for that price you got a 23-inch Hi-Lite tube that had "such a vivid, detailed picture" you could "even watch it in a brightly-lit room." There were even "computer-like "memory circuits" that stored your fave channels, and preserved settings for volume and picture control.

Back in 1969 RCA made an attempt at a high-end TV that was a vision of the sets of the year 2000. The Two Thousand was even made in a limited run of 2,000 and cost $2,000. That's around $12,000 in today's money, but for that price you got a 23-inch Hi-Lite tube that had "such a vivid, detailed picture" you could "even watch it in a brightly-lit room." There were even "computer-like "memory circuits" that stored your fave channels, and preserved settings for volume and picture control.

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scan of a high quality photograph of the screen of the Star 8010 workstation on its launch in

The phone that had it all... #oldtech

Motorola I lusted after this phone for a whole year before finally buying it.

Retro tech with black & white screen: Sony Watchman, Palm, Newton & iPod.

Retro tech with black & white screen: Sony Watchman, Palm, Newton & iPod.

Before there were commercial Internet service providers, there was Internet In a Box.

Before there were commercial Internet service providers, there was Internet In a Box.

The elusive Commodore 1070 monitor

The elusive Commodore 1070 monitor

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