Retro Computing

I am an avid computer history buff and have a collection of vintage computers from the 80s and 90s that represent many of the computers I have owned and used over the years.

The collection currently includes the following fully operational systems:

  • Apple II with dual 5.25 Floppy Drives
  • TRS-80 Model 1¬†with Expansion Interface, 3 5.25 Floppy Drive,Voice Synthesizer and Voxbox
  • TRS-80 Model 3¬†with Dual 5.25 Floppy Drives
  • TRS-80 Model 4 with Dual 5.25 Floppy Drives
  • TRS-80 Model 4P with Dual 5.25 Floppy Drives
  • TRS-80 Model 100 portable computer
  • Commodore VIC-20
  • Commodore 64 with Dual 1541 Floppy Drives
  • Commodore Amiga 500 with Dual 3.5 Floppy Drives
  • Macintosh SE/30 with 20MB Hard Drive
  • Power Mac G4 Cube
  • Apple Newton Messagepad H1000

I also have a number of emulated large systems running on the Beaglebone, including:

  • Digital DECSYSTEM 2060 running TOPS-20 4.1
  • Digital DECSYSTEM 2060 running TOPS-20 7.1
  • Digital PDP-11/34 running RSTS/E V7 and V8
  • Digital VAX 3000 series running OpenVMS 7.3
  • IBM 4381 running VM/CMS

And a number of emulated personal computer systems/game consoles running on the Raspberry Pi, including:

  • Personal Computers
    • Apple II
    • TRS-80 Model I, III and IV
    • Macintosh 68K series
    • Commodore VIC-20
    • Commodore C-64
  • Small Systems
  • Game Consoles
    • Sony Playstation 1
    • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
    • Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
    • Sega Master System
    • Sega Genesis
    • Game Boy
    • Game Boy Advance
    • Game Boy Color

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