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Dynalogic Hyperion: A Canadian Classic

The first Canadian computer I just had to collect was the Dynalogic Hyperion.  It was a luggable computer with a unique design. The keyboard snaps into place for transport and had it’s own transport...

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NeXT Cube with two extra cards

Thanks to Chris from the CC-Talk mailing list, I was able to re-home a NeXT Cube along with two mono NextStation slabs that were purchased from a surplus sale at the University of Waterloo. ...

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Honeywell Micro Switch keyboard

Here’s an interesting keyboard with a ghostly white colour scheme.  I’m not exactly sure what terminal this goes with but it is a Honeywell keyboard.  The original owner modified it to work with a...

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Macintosh SE Upgraded to SE-30 (note the dash)

This computer had a curious feature that made me think it might have been a prototype.  This is a Macintosh SE that was upgraded to an SE/30 but it’s unique feature included finger wells...

IBM PC 110 Memory Module

Below are pictures of the front and back of the IBM PC 110 Memory module that I have in my PC 110.  Unfortunately, I can’t boot it properly, at the moment so I can’t...

Altair Card Guide dimensions

Here are a series of pictures of the card guides inside my Altair 8800.  The top picture is what the card guides look like installed (overhead shot). The card guide dimensions (some may not...

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IBM 3277 Terminal

Here are some pictures of my IBM 3277 terminal.  I got it recently and cleaned it up including disassembling and cleaning up the keyboard.  This is the 3277 Model 2 that has an 80...