All my content and ptohos
Here are all news from past... They're moved from main
page every year.
[to be moved from main page in 2021]
||Added an unknown
for Spectrum, made by DK'tronics. Probably a "lite" version of
their typical dual-joystick interface. As their dual-port
interface became "lite" of programmable version of interface,
this is probably even more cost-reduced version.
Additional updates to
Keyboard repairs and PC
information regarding serial ports and RTC in XT.
microcomputer - a Soviet home/educational computer built arount
8080 processor. It has 32kB of RAM and only a small piece of
firmware. Any programming languages like BASIC or even Pascal
had to be loaded from tape, fortunately these were relatively
Some corrections in Floppy Drives section, related to
Polish Mera drives.
||A few updates here and
there (mostly Siemens PG685 and floppy drives), updated links,
and a new release of
ICTester program package.
are gone and the website was not absent for more than a few
hours. A few updates have been made in
Calculators section, as well
as in non-branded PC clones adding a
386sx and K6/2, and
problems possible: As recently every year, my provider
is quite reluctant about renewal, so I have no idea will
there be a downtime as last year or not. If so, here's a
temporary backup address: oldcompujggniul7․onion - to
enter it you may use a
program or use a Tor gate, replacing .onion with .onion.ws in
the address. As I don't have any other possibility for server
(I'm behind five NATs), this is the only workaround I found.
"server" works on a machine with poor network, so just be
patient. Yes, only a few kB/s, but it is out there.
Power Macintosh 7220/200
and Macintosh IIfx - one
of the fastest Macs in 1990, with 40MHz processor.
Updated Compaq Contura
Areo 4/33c page with a broken hinge fix techniques, as I got
another unit with this problem.
||Added two interesting Macs:
Power Mac G3 All In One,
codenamed Artemis, which was released for educational market and
Workgroup Server 8150, a
PowerPC-based server from 1994. The All In One Mac is a 266MHz
PowerPC Macintosh with multimedia capabilities boosted, as well
as both floppy, CD and Zip drives in one case with a colour CRT
diaplys and speakers. A really interesting machine, a bit older
than all-in-one iMacs.
The Workgroup Server is a Power Mac 8100, but without extended
graphics capabilities and with server software built-in.
Macintosh Server G3 - a
G3-based Mac in tower casing, based on (and very similar to)
Power Macintosh G3 in minitower case.
Also, added Power Macintosh
9600/350 - one of the fastest pre-G3 Macs, with lots of RAM
and a fast video board, as well as with second hard disk and ZIP
Quadra 800 from 1993 and
a year older, but high-end
Ericsson 9161 terminal,
this was a Swedish mainframe terminal made for bank systems.
This is from early 1980s and it's a very powerful machine for
its time, with 128kB of memory and Motorola 68000 processor.
Quadra 700, a
68040-powered Apple computer from early 1990s targeted towards
high-end requirements, one of the first Apple's computers with
tower casings. This particular unit was used to control a
professional raster printer.
Numerous small updates in 8-bit
section. A comparison
between Elwirka and Elwro 800 Junior casings, (they are similar,
not the same), some small additions in Atari gallery and
||Happy New Year.
Added a replica of Galaksija
computer I built. It is a small, home/educational computer
distributed as DIY kit in 1980s Yugoslavia. It has a BASIC
programming language interpreter and 6kB of memory in the best
For Macs, there is an
Apple Studio Display
from 2001, an early Apple's LCD.
||Acquired another BTX terminal:
manufactured by Siemens, this terminal with built-in CRT monitor
was used to connect with BTX network. It is made using much
newer technology than (even later) Loewe units. It has markings
with logos and was distributed by German Post Authority for
accessing the network.
Got some old Macs.
Reuters SK 101 BL
Terminal keyboard. This is a serial terminal in form of keyboard
for a more complex digital trading system. It has a small LCD
display built-in and some useful tools such as calculator and
PC Section finally looks more or less
complete, so it's no more "Under construction". The last one to
describe was an unusual IBM Power
Series 850, a computer which was powered by PowerPC
processor, used in mid-1990s as a high-power workstation for
CAD, computer simulation and scientific computation
applications. Also, the front page has been changed and
minimized a bit, I also updated things here and there.
https support has been added for pleasure of tinfoil hats
fans. If your provider messes with content on pages, just change
a provider! You don't want a postman to read your mail!
||Added a Compaq
Clipper IA-1 (iPaq
IA-1) Internet Terminal made in 2000 for Belgian Internet
provider. It is in fact a small PC with wireless keyboard, small
LCD and proprietary operating system with only one program to
browse the Internet.
w. 4 with its power supply unit (see its
||Added a Highscreen
386 portable PC (I think
it's Highscreen). It is a portable computer from early 1990s,
used as control system. It has a typical, desktop internals, but
the casing contains LCD panel (VGA resolution, grayscale) and
detachable keyboard. It was used as a control/measurement system
for some industrial testing device.
||Acquired a Fujitsu
notebook from 1998 powered by Pentium I, a typical portable from
the age. Updated Power
Macintosh G5, as I restored another unit, in even worse
state. Got one more terminal and portable, so they'll be in next
Atari Mega 1 - A
professional version of 16-bit
Atari ST computer, with 8MHz Motorola 68000 processor and
1MB of RAM. Additionally, the computer has an Atari SH205 20MB
hard disk. These computers were used in multimedia authoring,
DTP, as CAD stations or, thanks to the MIDI interface, for music
production driving synthezisers.
BEMZ Bajt (Byte) computer, made in Belarus in late
1980s/early 1990s. This is a ZX Spectrum clone made using TTL
chips and programmable ROMs. It was sold as computer, and when
became obsolete, as a TV game. It has quite comfortable keyboard
and additional sound synthesizer.
||Added a network card for
Macintosh Performa 6200/200.
Can be seen in its
||Acquired an interesting mass
storage device from 1980s - an IOMega
Bernoulli Box. This
magnetic disk drive allowed to store 10MB on a removable
cartridge. In the era of 20MB disk drives it was a huge
expansion, especially that it was much faster than tape
streamers (SCSI interface) and allowed to access any data part
without waiting to rewind the tape.
||Added Power Macintosh 9500 - a
high-end Apple computer from 1995 with PowerPC processor, large
amounts of RAM and PCI slots. As a multimedia computer it has
significant upgrade capabilities. In late 1990s it has been
upgraded with G4 400MHz processor and 128MB of RAM, additionally
2MB video board has been replaced with a 16MB accelerator and
100MBit network adapter.
The computer had to be restored including joining broken plastic
parts. However, by using proper chemicals it was possible, in a
significant time, to restore it.
Canon StarWriter 95, this
is not exactly a computer, but rather a specialized
microcontroller-based computer system for word processing with
text editor, spreadsheet and scanning program to import
pictures. Everything on around 256kB of RAM. and the
double-density floppy drive as the only storage.
The machine has a small LCD screen and an ink-jet printer to
||Happy new year.
Alphatronic PC - another Z80-based microcomputer with 64kB
of RAM and BASIC, as well as with CP/M support if disk drive is
connected. This computer wa snot much successful and was made
only for a short time.
||Added a Swedish
unit built by German Loewe in 1992 on the base of
Multitel D design.
The Swedish version of Bildschirmtext (like more known French
Minitel) service was not as popular as BTX was in Germany, so it
was quickly shut down after a bit more than a year of operation.
Contrary to the German equivalent, it looks like chip cards were
used to "log into" the service, not phone number.
||Added a Macintosh
Powerbook 165c, the
first Apple notebook with colour display from 1994. Although it
was in my collection for longer time, I finally managed it to
power on. It has 33MHz processor, 8MB of RAM, and 120MB SCSI
hard disk. The 256-colour picture is shown in a small LCD screen
with 640x400 resolution.
Because any way it's Apple Mac, it's in Apple
Datassette 1531 - an
original tape recorder used with
Comomdore 16 and
Plus 4 computers.
||Added the computer sometimes known
as the first laptop: Epson HX-20.
Maybe not a "clamshell" type laptop, but definitely portable
computer. Its size is like A4 book, it's battery-powered and has
built-in printer, LCD screen and microcassette recorder. Two
6301 processors clocket at 0.631MHz are running this system, it
has built-in BASIC interpreter and monitor. There is only 16kB
of RAM, but it can be expanded with modules.
LTO Ultrium streamer,
similar to DLT but with some newer technologies. These tape
drives are used even today in servers for backup purposes as
they can fit even a few terabytes to one tape cartridge.
Additionally, a BIT
Computer PC from around 2000. Contrary to AMD or Intel, this
one has VIA/Cyrix processor.
Power Macintosh G3
Blue&White. This makes a complete casing series with
Power Mac G4,
G4 MDD and
G5. Apple released a
re-designed PowerPC-based Power Macintosh line since 1999 to the
end of PowerPC series around 2007. Also, a Power Macintosh G4
Cube has been shown as
even more stylish part of the series.
||Added a Power Macintosh
G4 Quicksilver, an
early 733MHz unit, unfortunately not functional. It has 256MB of
RAM and hard disk, as well as re-designed case (contrary to blue
Power Mac). Also added last G5 Macs,
Power Mac G5 and early
iMac G5. G5 Macs were the
last models with PowerPC processors, after making them quad-core
and overclocking enough to add liquid cooling to the last Power
Mac G5, Apple decided to switch to Intel processors - Macs
became a nicely-engineered PCs and Mac OS X became ported to
Intel architecture, allowing PC users to make "Hackintosh" PCs
running Mac operating system..
||Added two terminals: Loewe
Multitel D for
German Bildschirmtext service, with telephone support and
monochrome screen. The second terminal is
ITT Courier, with
colour display, which was used with IBM mainframe networks. It
is an unit from 1986, having 64kB of memory and color display
microcomputer. This is a Z80-based home computer with 4kB of RAM
and BASIC, designed more to play games and learn BASIC than to
do serious programming. It was sold under Mattel brand, but made
by British Radofin company. 4 months after release it was pulled
from the market.
Ah, finally found keyboard for
ALR Proveisa server, it can
be seen in gallery.
||Added quite modern Mac (2005) -
Apple Mac mini. A PowerPC
computer enclosed in compact case sold as low-end Macintosh to
make PC users swap to Mac easier. As its form is compact, most
of these computers were used as set-top boxes and media players.
||Added iMac G4 700MHz, flat panel
version. It was the first iMac model with flat panel display,
beginning of abandoning CRT displays. Picture quality was quite
good with 15-inch TFT making iMac still a nice computer for
graphics processing. As with all iMacs, its case is in quite
Added strange 1980s controller machine:
Shimadzu C-R4A, probably
from some scientific instrument.
Philips Minitel 2
terminal, a small CRT terminal which was used to access French
Minitel communications network. As they've been built to quite
strict standards, it's very similar in construction to e.g.
Awaiting a new-old Mac, one of the first with LCD.
PECOM 64 8-bit computer. A
small microcomputer developed for teaching computer science in
Yugoslavia in 1980s. It is based on CDP1802 processor and has
32kB of RAM. It is relatively slow and has BASIC interpreter in
The benchmark page has
been updated with it.
||A new exhibit in
portable PC collection: Compaq
Contura Aero 4/33C. One of the first ultra-portable PC
notebooks, which later evolved in subnotebooks and, much later,
In processing: Ei PECOM64, computer used in former Yugoslavia
countries to teach computer science in schools. Very strange
architecture. Totally not like common Z80, MOS or 8080-based
||Acquired another machine -
Sintez 2: Soviet/Modovan ZX
Spectrum clone which has case looking like ZX Spectrum Plus, but
power supply is a bit bigger. It is based on Z80 CPU (foreign)
and TTL chips instead of ULA present in original Spectrum. It has also
no RF modulator, but a rather high-quality RGB output. It was
sold in early 1990s as video games computer.
Robotron K8915 computer. It's
a CP/M microcomputer with power supply and monitor built-in.
Processor is Z80 and this unit has 128kB of RAM. Unfortunately I
got no floppy drive or keyboard for it. It was built in East
Germany in 1990, so it is quite late unit.
||Added a Z80-based LED display
driver: Transled, a newer version from early 1990s.
non-branded PCs at last got their section which is more-or-less
done. Although these informations can't be used in PCs with
other configurations, you can see them
in their page as another
exhibits in the museum.
||Acquired and restored
Robotron A7100 16-bit
PC-like East German computer with proprietary monitor.
Unfortunately without keyboard.
BTW: Internet Archive released lots of computer magazines to
download or read online. You can browse the collection in its
||Hello in 2017. There are some new
things in still constructed PC section as well as
non-branded PC gallery which, when ready, will be also
described. Some microcomputers were acquired, yet they need to
be repaired and discovered properly.
SECURITY INFORMATION: Due
to recent security problems, I have to remind that I don't plan
I haven't warned You about it, it means that it's not my code
and is malicious. At all times, for better security, I recommend
using NoScript addon (or equivalent for Your browser), this site
Creator IKT-5A serial port
terminal made ca. 1993. It was probably manufactured before
IKT-6, and still has Fura
Elektronik logo in software, while being sold by company called
"Creator". It is in "new old stock" condition, in a box,
probably not used at all.
||New terminal in collection:
Siemens Multitel Fe Ap
90-1.1. It is similar to earlier
Siemens Bitel machine,
but is simplified and upgraded. It is also in completely working
condition and has a key for its lock. These terminals were used
solely for German Bildschirmtext service, used to transmit
information pages by telephone line.
Elwro Desktop calculators
list has been updated.
||A new portable laptop PC in
collection: A V30-powered
Nec Multispeed HD
from ca. 1989. It has 640kB of RAM in static chips, 20MB hard
disk and 720kB, 3.5" floppy disk drive. In its ROM there are
useful programs to minimize power-consuming hard disk usage.
These programs can work in a RAM disk saving more power. And if
user wants to work with external monitor, it is possible to
detach the screen and use the base like keyboard.
building up the PC Section.
Philips VG8000 MSX computer.
Quite early MSX machine with 16kB of RAM and without many
possibilities of expansion, popular in MSX computers.
website finally got rid of most JS code, substituted with CSS.
Although there was almost no JS code here, it was still in my
opinion overused. Visitors' CPUs have many other things to do.
||Because I was
diagnosing some hinge problems with my Pocket-PC palmtop, I've added
two photos of the mainboard of my
HP 200LX. You can see
them in the
gallery. Mainboard is quite early unit without RAM expansion
connector and with some hand-written markings on chips.
||Added a comparative
benchmark of 8-bit computers. Now it can be seen which one
is the fastest and which one has some performance drawbacks.
Benchmark covers some simple calculations as well as displaying
large amounts of text on screen.
||Hello from the new
location. Free hosting decided to roll up and leave their
customers without any support nor access to servers, probably
because of DDoS attacks. Current website is a bit modified, so
all parts of previous old site have been incoroprated into newer
(yet still old-looking) one. Be careful of falling URLs as some
parts are still under restoration. I hope this new address,
will survive longer than previous one and you'll find help in my
enhanced version of PcW8256. This is a Z80-based CP/M machine
with 720kB 3" floppy disk drive and 512kB of RAM. It has a
monochrome, white built-in CRT display and can use a proprietary
daisy wheel printer.
And don't forget to look at the refreshed
Restoration and discovery of old computers text.
Siemens PG-685 portable
computer with 286 processor, being more CP/M machine than a PC
but it can run MS-DOS 2.11. It was used to program industrial
control machines. There is 1MB of RAM and 20MB Winchester-type
hard disk. Picture is generated on internal monochrome CRT
Running with such antique form, this computer is not so old, it
is from late 1980s. It is made of surface-mounted chips and has
quite modern technologies under the hood.
RFT LC-R tape
recorder made especially for East German
RFT KC85 or
KC87 computers. However, it
may work with any computer using sound input/output.
||Added an unusual Z80-based computer
from mid-1980s: Alcatel 7100.
It is built on a base of AES 7100 Model 203 word processing
computer, but has quite unusual modifications introduced
probably by Alcatel. And it seems that there is no operating
system nor software for it.
IKT-6 terminal, late-1990s
unit which works with PC peripherals.
power supply unit for Unitra portable calculators.
Small update in
slide rules section - two items added.
||Added few new things.
- Acorn BBC Master Compact
computer, which is a smaller version of BBC Master, a disk-based
computer from 1986, this one with 3.5" disk drive.
- Commodore 1084S-D2
monitor for Amiga 500, a bit different than earlier D1 version,
Two photos of Amiga RAM expansion and mouse.
||A small update with RFT
KC85/4. New photos and
loading programs procedure corrected a bit.
Added floppy disk drive
and controller for RFT KC85/4. Well, it is in fact another
computer with own Z80 CPU and RAM, which runs a CP/M clone. The
original KC85 becomes a terminal then.
Restoration and discovery of old computers. Explaination
what to do with old computer to restore it and discover its
capabilities. In queue: More Robotron KC85/4 photos, Robotron KC
floppy disk drive and controller, maybe few things more.
||Acquired a small, portable,
battery-powered 8-bit microcomputer with docking station -
Ronex TPC-8300. It can be
programmed using BASIC and results are shown on LCD screen or
printed using unusual pen-based printer working more like a
Hosting has small problems with image gallery, I think they
will fix it soon.
||Happy new year. Another 8-bit
microcomputer in collection: Texas Instruments
TI-99/4A, an early home
computer with 16-bit processor and unusual RAM access methods.
Slowly updating PC section with
Compact "digital teletype" terminal - device with built-in
modem and telephone handset coupler, manufactured in small
quantities in early 1990s. In fact it is a battery-powered,
portable microcomputer system built around 6502 CPU with system
programmed as teletype, with memory, printing support and
Finally added 3Com Palm V
to lists and descriptions. Well, finally powered it up. Holding
power cables with one hand, palmtop with second, taking photos
with camera mount...
||Two new terminals:
Siemens Bitel T3210 and
Magis Club. Siemens for
German Bildschirmtext service, Magis for French Minitel.
Siemens is a full microprocessor system from 1986. It consists
of few PCBs of different functions. Magis (1999) is newer and it
is built around embedded systems microcontroller.
||I've analysed signals coming from
Transled LED display driver.
All results and explaination how to do it can be found in
article. There is also a Perl script which converts logic
analyzer data to LED display "images".
||A new computer in collection:
Acorn BBC Micro Model B.
This famous British computer was used in many schools in the UK.
6502 processor, ca. 2MHz, 32kB RAM, built-in BASIC and ROM
expansion. My unit has additional expansion connector for
Solidisk board, but no board fitted.
Section is under construction.
||New in collection:
Amstrad PCW8256 - an
English word processing CP/M machine. It was simple, efficient
and cheap so it gained popularity as office computer and word
Also some updates to
Unipolbrit Komputer 2086.
||Welcome in 2015. Today more
updates. Added 3 new computers:
Timex-Sinclair TS1000 (ZX81 clone for USA market) with
spark-printing mechanism which can print only on special paper)
and 16kB memory expansion,
Robotron KC87 (also known as
KC85/1) and KC85/4 - KC85/3
with improved architecture and more mmeory.
||New computer in collection:
Orel BK-08. This is a
Soviet/Ukrainian ZX Spectrum clone made with TTL chips. It has
some unusual functions, not present in original Spectrum and
more comfortable keyboard.
||Others section complete.
||Added new media:
no device to read it), 8-bit accessory:
Amiga joystick tester.
Big thanks to donator :). A new photo in
Small QIC streamer page,
slowly completing Others section.
Sharp MZ-800 - I've got
another one with tape recorder, look for update.
||A new computer in collection:
Robotron A5105, sometimes
called BIC, a Z80-powered computer which could run Basic
programs as well as CP/M software. This computer has been
manufactured in East Germany in 1989.
||A new laptop in collection:
Compaq LTE 5300.
Nice Pentium-era notebook computer with Windows 95 and one of
the last in Compaq's traditional LTE series (started from 286).
SM124 monitor and part of IBM terminal (unfortunately only
display unit and keyboard - without logic part):
||Welcome back. The web
server had problem and site was offline for about 2 weeks. Not
many changes, you can see
laptop and new Atari computers:
800XE. Tape recorders and Joysticks sections have been
updated with new accessories (additional manuals/photos of Atari
tape recorders and
Laptops and portables section is probably complete. It shows
all my notebooks and portables to ~2000 with few exceptions
(some unusual newer machines).
Videopac G7000 is running
now as I replaced bad CPU with Intel 8748 flashed with
Microtrol rare portable
Acquired some new comnputers:
- Commodore PC20-III - now in restoration
- Philips Videopac G7000 - will be described when I'll find a new CPU for
Photos of new PCs from my collection can be seen in
- Biazet MMK-127 monitor,
unfortunately not in working conditieon, added to collection.
- eMac G4 1GHz - second eMac
model manufactured after 700MHz, with ATI graphics accelerator.
Still (slowly) adding notebooks.
BASIS 108 computer in
8-bit section, some Amiga
hardware, Philips 80
monitor, KFAP ED505 floppy drive,
and some new Amstrad
||Not a big update,
Maoptix or CSC Optical 1 MO 5.25" drive photos on
MO drives page.
||There was no update for a time... I
came across an old PC manufactured by IBM. Restored it, this
PS/2 is mostly compatible with ordinary PC, only HDD connector
is non-standard, FDD has power wires in ribbon cable. I had to
modify Dallas 1287 RTC to make it work as its battery was dead.
You can see its
||Now you can see this small Alcatel
terminal: Terminatel 258.
Designed for French Minitel telephone network, this unit was used to
connect to remote systems directly through telephone line. This version
has Polish keyboard, menu, character set and messages and starts
to phone book with optional password protection.
||Commodore 128D, DCR in
fact, arrived. I don't have keyboard for it, but it boots and
starts properly to C64 and 128 mode and can be tested with
cartridges. You can see it in
its page. I'm also slowly
doing a DIY keyboard for
I'm awaiting an Alcatel terminal, I don't have any information
about it, after I discover something i'll post its page here
||Another item in my collection:
Schneider Euro PC II. Restored from leaking battery problems,
now working, you can see its
Ah, power connector is 19V DC (may be unregulated), looking to
the holes of connector: two on the left to +, two on the right
to -. There's an article
how to modify PC floppy drive to Euro PC.
||Media section is ready.
About floppy disks, streamer tapes and other data storage units.
Hilger as LSI Octopus
computer. Don't forget to look at some
photos of Robotron
manufacturing plant in Sommerda!
Removed probably all JS
code, now pages are few kB larger but it's possible to use it in
very old browsers. Only HTML and CSS. It should be possible to
open all links in new tabs now too.
Robotron 1715 working.
Written more information, tried to describe mainboard, you can
photos of running software.
||Happy new year!
Older news moved to the news archive page available below this
You can see Mera 7951OM
terminal and totally unknown computer:
Added a sketch of IMM Alfa - probably the first Polish terminal
in Terminals section.
||I don't have much time and good
internet connection. But I got an Acorn
BBC Master with
5.25" floppy drive for it! I think I'll get a 3.5" drive for
Acorn, so it's already on list.
||I'm not dead... yet. I just
defended master thesis about data compression, and I'm writing a
really BIG FAQ about data storage for this site. And I've got
||Thanks for Amiga 500 in original
box! You can see it in
Amiga 500 gallery. (one photo jumped to
I've added a pinout of
Amiga 500 - Commodore
1084 monitor cable which was suppled with this set.
||OK, here is
terminals section ready!
||I know, I know, terminals section,
but I'm dealing with quite complicated scanned document, I
should push it in 3MB. You can look for
Thanks to Mr. Artur who donated me IBM PS/1
tower computer. It'll be described with other PC compatibles.
Look at the photo how it was restored.
||Terminals section is almost ready
to upload. Acquired Macintosh LC
||Apple computers section completed.
You can see it by clicking on the Mac on this page or
You can see original Amiga
500 RAM expansion in
||Meritum software is not listed in
Fileland anymore, it has its own page with screenshots, and
descriptions! You can discover the software for this Polish
computer on its page.
||Found an original power supply for
Unipolbrit 2086. You can see photos of it (and its internals)
here. I'm taking photos of my Apple computers.
||You can visit an
additional image gallery, with photos from my workbench.
||Added a good schematic
scan of Meritum
computer, look for it in its fileland. Added a tip about
Meritum's USR command, which is different in Meritum Model II.
||Now you can read about
Power Mac 6100 and see
its photos! With its 66MHz CPU and 500MB hard drive it works
well with System 7.5.3. It's the first Macintosh model with
PowerPC processor. It has a PC emulator board too, it can
emulate a 486DX2 PC system with 486 CPU running at 66MHz.
screen cover for Neptun 156 display, you can see it
here. More, I received a Power Macintosh 6100 which will be
described in Macs. Started taking photos of Apple computers.
||Some photos and info about
VIC-20, a new computer in my
C64-like Datassette to C16 - another new unit, see it
Acquired a strange IBM PC, looks like these old 486 workstations,
but contains quite modern Pentium III CPU.
||Acquired 2 cassette tapes for
computer labeled "Program library for MERITUM I". You can see
here (page 2). Data restoration in progress, but don't
expect success as they are heavily damaged.
||Got a Mac
IIvi to my collection. No photos yet, but Macs are updated
to iMac G3. I'm writing
General FAQ about Macs.
||Slowly describing Macintosh computers. No
photos today. After exams I'll do it a bit faster...
||Finished 8-bit microcomputers section. Added
dedicated accessories list to each of microcomputers. Now it
looks like a database report :). Now, I'm gonna write something
easier, probably about Macs.
||Added display units,
not all, but more important ones.
||Tape recorders added.
Added two more categories: Joysticks and display units are to
||Added a few new photos
of Atari 65/130XE (actually 130XE) screen during bootup and
hardware test. Look
here for them.
Finishing floppy drives section of 8-bit computers. After adding
tape recorders everything will be complete in 8-bit section..
||Made picture gallery
more surfer-friendly. Floppy drives are described, but I have to
process photos I took.
SVI-738. Await a description.
||Got a new Amiga 500,
built on Amiga 500+'s mainboard. See photos of its mainboard in
the bottom of page
||As exams are gone, it's
going even slower. I don't feel like doing it, but slowly I'm
completing 8-bit section.
||Because many exams will
come, it's going slow.
||Set up this site and
trying to describe computers in my collection.