Merry Christmas to all vintage computers and vintage gaming systems geek!

Atari talk, or the life and the universe and things. Just keep it clean!
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Maeke
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Merry Christmas to all vintage computers and vintage gaming systems geek!

Post by Maeke » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:25 am

As the title said, any vintage system will do, post the pictures you want, only restrictions, it has to show a vintage computer or a vintage gaming system, even if it's not the main subject of the photo, just no adds.
Extra points for a rarely seen one or a prototype.
Extra extra points for a diy (do it yourself) one.
Let's start with my (at the time) kitten taking shelter from the vacuum on his daddy's ste.
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Post by Petari » Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:30 pm

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That box with C-64 parts is there only to confuse :D Which beast is inside black case ?
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Re: Merry Christmas to all vintage computers and vintage gaming systems geek!

Post by Maeke » Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:32 pm

zx81? https://k1.spdns.de/Vintage/Sinclair/80 ... 0Keyboard/
Nice find, never heard about this before.
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Post by Petari » Mon Dec 25, 2017 7:18 pm

It is actually Spectrum 48K, with hard disk adapter and 60 MB 2.5 inch disk (1992). UVY-RGB converter. 4 selectable ROM versions - normal, floppy, hard disk ... Pic. of inside is more interesting :D
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Post by IngoQ » Tue Dec 26, 2017 10:23 am

Speaking of which... Here is my latest ebay score:
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Sadly not in working order, but I am working on that... Luckily there is LOTS ot information and documentation available.

Waited almost 3 years for one which was affordable, this one set me back 85 EUR. That is wasn't working was to be expected, but nevertheless a great deal :)
Ingo :geek:

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