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Tiger Learning Computer

I recently acquired a new “toy”.  Actually, it’s a toy from 1996 that’s called the Tiger Learning Computer.  I was able to get the main unit and four cartridges but it normally comes with...

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Corvus PC

Some time back, I acquired an interesting computer made by Corvus Systems.  This computer was unknown to me but it was sold by Corvus Systems Inc., the makers of early personal computer hard drives...

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Interesting Modified Commodore PET 2001

I was fortunate enough to be able to acquire a blue Commodore PET 2001 recently.  While I have a couple of other PET 2001 variations, I don’t have a PET 2001 with blue screen...

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MITS Altair 8800 lost and found

I had a slight shipping mishap and the courier company lost a MITS Altair 8800 I had recently acquired.  It is a project MITS Altair as it needs the internal cards and it appears...

Getting Rid of a Computer? 0

Getting Rid of a Computer?

Vintage computer collecting and restoring is my passion so  I am always looking for interesting computers and related software, documentation and peripherals that may not be in my collection.   I am particularly interested in...

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Commodore 64 – Silver Label model

When Commodore first made the Commodore 64 (C64) available, it put out this version which is known as the “silver label” model because of the distinctively different top silver label and the stylized “64...

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Viatron System 21 Model 2111 Restoration

Here are a number of pictures taken prior to the restoration and clean up of the Viatron System 21 Intelligent terminal.  It was definitely a haven for spiders but the main unit looks very...