This category is about Collecting old computers and video games, both minis and micros. Included in this category is information about the acquisition, display, identification, and conservation of computers.
On-line computer museum with photographs, articles and some humorous commentary.
A collection of pre-1982 microcomputers, with stories and photos of their full restoration to original condition.
A private collection of calculating machines, from slide rules to microcomputers and workstations, with photographs and descriptions.
Information about Commodore, Sinclair, and other computers, with photographs and articles about game programs.
Subscribe to a classic computer discussion group, or join the Classic Computer Rescue Squad. Some links to vintage computer resources.
Books, software, magazines and hardware from various retro home computers from the 1980s and 1990s.
A collection of computers and other products by Commodore Business Machines maintained by Bo Zimmerman.
A Yahoo! Group for those interested in computer history.
A collection of IBM mainframes, peripherals, memory systems and troubleshooting equipment.
Ring reflecting the socio-anthropological impact of technological development.
A collection of Dragon Data Ltd (UK) computers, hardware, software, and advertisements, with photographs, publications, and a swap shop.
Includes such classic systems as Apple, Atari, Commodore, Mits Altair, Osborne, Kaypro, IBM PC. Includes a discussion forum.
Gaby's personal collection of computers, terminals, and other peripherals. Also has information about the CP/M operating system.
A collection of home and personal computers, and video and TV game consoles.
Information about the HP-80 series of computers of the 1970s, including manuals, programs, and ROMs.
Scans of manual and catalog pages, parts lists, and other documentation related to Commodore computers.
A personal collection of old computers, calculators, video games and peripherals.
A small collection of old computers in Finland.
Web museum of vintage computers, calculators, video games, and artifacts.
A collection of old computers and game consoles.
A large collection of obsolete computers. Includes photographs and a 'Help Line' for questions and answers.
An on-line museum with photographs, articles, and a collectors club with a forum and chat.
A collection of mainframes and minicomputers, with photographs and commentary.
Peter Koch's collection of old Sun3 computers, with hardware and software tips, and downloads. [English, German]
A collection of old computers and videogames.
Computer collection comprised mainly of photographs of selected machines and software and magazines.
Information about Commodore computers, including the Commodore Knowledge Base and the Secret Weapons of Commodore, as well as some information about the Tomy Tutor.
Ron's collection of mousepads, with many scanned examples.
A personal collection of old computers, screenshots of classic bootscreens, brochures, and downloadable vintage software. Also has a buy/sell computer market.
An annual trade show featuring old computers and video games, for collectors and enthusiasts.
Jay Jaeger's collection of computers, peripherals, and manuals, with photographs and descriptions.
Catalog of floppy disk sleeves, with photographs.
A collection of photographs, technical specifications, and other information about a variety of old computer systems.
A large collection of information about the Nascom computer kit of the early 1980s, with manuals, software, emulators, and photographs.
A collection of calculator-like programmable pocket computers from the 1980s, with photographs and trading information.
Information about the Sharp MZ-series computers, including photographs, software, swapping, and guestbook.
Dedicated exclusively to the IBM PS/2 computer system, with legacy information, photographs, specifications. Some browser compatibility problems.
Features a collection of 'rehabilitated' computer systems and want list.
A collection of links to computer history resources for researchers.
European meeting place for those interested in old computers. [Available in multiple languages.]
A collection of obsolete computers, with photographs and technical specifications.
Information about many of Commodore Business Machine's family of computers, with photographs of computers and old advertisements.
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