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Boombox! (1970's)

Boombox! (1970's)

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Quickshot II Plus Joystick -- My joystick of choice but I would have to keep replacing them every 4-5 months.

Quickshot II Plus Joystick -- My joystick of choice but I would have to keep replacing them every months.

Commodore 64 poster ad.

Commodore 64 poster ad 🙄 My first computer. The calculator and little family budget program I had for it was wonderful. Games consisted of questions with mysterious computer generated answers.

1980 - Commodore VIC-20.  HAD THIS!  in alto si può vedere una cartuccia-gioco, oggetto del desiderio per me all epoca che non avevo una lira ....

1980 - Commodore HAD THIS! in alto si può vedere una cartuccia-gioco…

The Osborne 1, the world's first commercially successful portable computer, was released on April 3, 1981.

The Osborne the world's first commercially successful portable computer, was released on April

Vintage Computer Ads - Commodore VC 20.....................................Please save this pin.   ............................................................. Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

Vintage Computer Ads - Commodore VC 20.....................................Please save this pin. ............................................................. Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

Commodore 64 - color

My first computer!The Commodore 64 home computer is launched by Commodore International in Las Vegas (released in August it becomes the all-time best-selling single personal computer model.

Computer World 1978...our school had one

Personal Computer World - April 1978 cover - Commodore PET (Personal Electronic Transactor)

It's all the rage!

Vintage Computer Ads That Will Make Your Day

Exhibit 51: ATARI ST 1985. The Atari ST launched in 1985, going head-to-head with the Apple Macintosh. Built using the same technology, the ST has one clear distinction, it was the first home computer to support MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).

The Atari ST launched in going head-to-head with the Apple Macintosh. Built using the same technology, the ST has one clear distinction, it was the first home computer to support MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).

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