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Retro Technology

Technology from the 20th century

IBM mainframe. 1964

After the hastle of a coal fire, it was replaced with this awful electric 'fire effect' heater with red bars. Had one just like this.

Who's old enough to remember using one of these?

Old coin operated public phone box. When was the last time you used one of these?

Cash Registers - Non Computerized

DEC VT52 computer terminal (1975) produced by Digital Equipment Corporation. The screen display was 24 rows by 80 columns and this was the first model to feature WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editing, lowercase text and bi-directional scrolling.

DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

DEC VT05 - CRT Computer Terminal (1970) by Digital Equipment Corporation. The VT05 featured no fancy editing functions (bold, underline, reverse scrolling etc.) that we take for granted today.


Imsai 8080 microcomputer which featured in the 80s movie WarGames.

1972 Panasonic TR-005 "Orbitel"

Philips VG-8020 MSX home computer from the 1980s. This was the company's third MSX model.

80s Computer - Sony MSX Hit-Bit (HB-75p) with cassette drive

Sinclair ZX - Thermal Printer for the ZX81

Sony Portable Videocorder

Walkie Talkies - This was a popular Christmas present for kids in the late 70s. I had these and loved them!