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The work of Jeffrey Stephenson who creates computers that are unlike any you've ever seen. His Aerodyne is no exception. It's a mini PC with an Intel Core i3 processor, and its Intel HD 3000 graphics processor will make it suitable for any home theater.

Jeffrey Stephenson Design

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vintage computing '67

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The Internet Imagined in 1969

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Vintage Computing

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'More and more the computer will take the place of the human brain'

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Vintage Atari 2600 ad. "Don't watch TV tonight. Play it!" (Atari 2600 VCS)

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Floppy Disks are Dead, Long Live Floppy Disks. From the Library of Congress: They lie in wait, silent sentinels from the era when personal computing first burst into our lives. Their secrets are inscrutable to the human eye. Often they have lived for years–decades even–under rough conditions that challenge their fundamentally delicate constitutions. Floppy disks are both a bane and a blessing to digital preservationists.

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Un petit salon sur le Retrogaming qui se déroulait à Bourges de Mars à Avril 2012. Beaucoup de consoles que j'avoue ne pas connaitre... Il manque à ce salon, davantage de machines en fonctionnement et un coin salle d'arcade... U':-r Cliquez sur l'image pour aller sur ma galerie. Et n'hésitez pas à liker ma page, c'est + motivant pour moi! Merci U':-r

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Atari

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Only $239.95! We had these in our science lab in high school... nicknamed the "Trash 80." Great for BASIC programming and has a disk drive!

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wow! We've come a long way

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Thinking about busting this out and playing some Super Mario Brothers, or Tecmo Bowl, or Zelda...too many choices! Which game would you pick? #nintendo #oldschool #awesome #geek #videogames #holler

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The 'Apple I' went on sale in July 1976 at a price of US $666.66. About 200 units were produced. Unlike other hobbyist computers of its day, which were sold as kits, the 'Apple I' was a fully assembled circuit board containing about 60+ chips. However, to make a working computer, users still had to add a case, power supply transformers, power switch, ASCII keyboard, and composite video display. An optional board providing a cassette interface for storage was later released at a cost of $75.

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Los ingenieros rusos aunaron tradición y vanguardia con este arcade: Gorodki. Va de lanzar un palo contra palitos en una suerte de diavólica mezcla entre bolos y petanca. Tela!

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Apple 2E

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Cuando vuelvo la vista atrás, y veo las maquinas arcade soviéticas clásicas, tengo la misma impresión que al ver los restos de un neanderthal: una especie alternativa que el azaroso destino no quiso que reinara.

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Coleco Vision

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Bill Cosby for texas Instruments

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Vic 20

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Atari

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Commodore 64 (Mein erster Computer)

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