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En vidunderligt pastelfarvet guide til de ældste computere | VICE | Denmark

En vidunderligt pastelfarvet guide til de ældste computere

The ICL 7500 series etc.) are a range of terminals and workstations that were developed by the now defunct UK computing company, ICL, during the By the highly specialised versions of these machines had the ability to

Random crap on saturated seamlesses panorama from the “Random crap on saturated seamlesses” Series by doubleluckiness, 2013

Galactic Salvage Yard — doubleluckiness: Random crap on saturated.

Amstrad PCW9512 Personal Computer Word Processor Service Manual - Computing History

Amstrad Personal Computer Word Processor Service Manual 46 pages with full schematic diagrams and wiring diagrams Amstrad Personal Computer Word Processor Service Manual 46 pages wi.

vintage computer control panels 1960s - Google Search

A a beautiful computer owned by the Update Computer Club in Uppsala, Sweden.

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Vancouver-based graphic designer Matija Erceg combines food – especially raw meat and vegetables – a.

Desejos de consumo - Album on Imgur

Desejos de consumo

Released in when Sony had become the first Japanese company to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Sliding the faces on this cubic radio reveals a speaker in front and controls on top, a unique design at the time. One version of its packagin

1971 computer

RCA sells its computer division. RCA was founded in 1919 to make vacuum tubes for radio, then a new invention. RCA began designing and selling its own computers in the early competing with IBM and several other companies

Resultado de imagem para 80's pc

Commodore PET, January PET, or the Personal Electronic Transactor is the first Commodore computer. Designed by Chuck Peddle, PET is one of the very first user-friendly computers. It was designed around the MOS Technologies 6502 CPU, which eventually

Hartmut Esslinger, Apple IIc, final design, 1983.

design-is-fine: “Hartmut Esslinger, Apple IIc, final design, “ According to Esslinger, frog design was forced to edit and re-edit the design in response to petty criticisms from the Apple II.

This is one of the coolest things you could see at a K-Mart back in the late ‘70s. The kiosk, not vintage video game collector Jason Brassard, who shows off the beige beauty in Trade-in-Games’ video. He’s pretty cool too.

Retail Game Kiosks Were Better Back In The Intellivision Days

This is one of the coolest things you could see at a K-Mart back in the late The kiosk, not vintage video game collector Jason Brassard, who shows off the beige beauty in Trade-in-Games’ video.