This is a portable version of the Commodore 64, it’s relatively rare and stupidly expensive, i got min for a good bargain.
An Intel 80186 based computer built and manufactured in Denmark during the 80s.
ZX Spectrum +2
The model with a cassette-deck, this one should be working and comes with games and controllers.
This one is working, i got a couple of floppies with software for it – but i need to find a way to transfer images to and from the internet.
Atari 800XL Boxed
This one should be working, i also have a boxed tape-deck for it, and a couple of “sold-as-broken” ones that i might be able to repair.
Was a budget version of the BBC Micro, which i also have one of, i got 3 Acorn’s who all are bought as non-working, i hope to be able to restore at least one of them to working condition.
Atari 2600 – Light Sixer
This is one of the early Atari 2600 Models, i have a couple of other models – some working, some don’t. I hope to be able to fix those who don’t and collect all the 2600 models.
An Atari 8 bit system with , was released at the same time as the other ST models but is more or less the same machine as the Atari 800XL
This is an engineers workstation, we tested it, it boots directly into a basic entrepreter with 128+64K’s of memory. It can save and load to and from discs, and seems to be in fully working condition.
ZX Spectrum +3
This was sold as “for parts only” but i hope that i’ll be able to fix it anyway, this is the final ZX Spectrum, except for some minor revisions, this was the last one.
This is one of th Atari 800XL models which needs to be repaired, im looking very much forward to get this one on my bench and have a look inside.
This machine was based on the low-budget Commodore 16 and 116 models, it had an built in office suite with Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Database and Graphing. Untested.
Is a Danish/British made Z80 system, the cabinets are made with 2mm thick sheet-metale and weighs a ton each. But im really excited about them, because i grew up with them.
Studio 2: Greenscreen
This is my secondary studio where we can do video, it’s fairly new and we still need to work on the sound inhere.
A IBM PC Compatible palmtop PC released by Atari in 1989, effectively the worlds first palmtop computer.
Released in 1986, almost fully backwards compatible with the famous Atari 2600, and brought in some significant improvement over its predecessors.
Commodore PC 1
One of Commodore’s first IBM Compatible computers, this one features 512Kilobytes of memory, and a 5 1/4″ Floppydrive for storage.
This IBM Compatible Commodore PC has a 20 Megabytes harddrive and a 360KB Floppy drive.
This is the flagship of my Commodore PC Collection, it’s an 286’er with 1 Megabyte of memory, and both 3 1/2″, 5 1/4″ and a harddrive for storage.
Atari 520 was a somehow better alternative to the Amiga 500, but the Amiga won out because of popularity. Atari 520 and 1040’s was used professionally in music studios for many years though.
The final iteration of the Macintosh SE/30 , this one is a plain SE which have been upgraded.
Was a Sinclair ZX81 clone, with more memory and a few extra features.
This was the final 8bit computer from Commodore, this could run CP/M and all Commodore 64 software.
This is probably the best 8bit Z80 bassed portable Computer ever made, it has a wonderfull keyboard and is capable of running CP/M.
EG 2000 – Colour Genie
A Z80 based computer with 16KB of memory running Level II Basic.
This computer was sold as a Personal Wordpressor but was actually a full-fledged CP/M computer.
Luxor – ABC80
A Swedish built Z80 microcomputer with basic, used by educational institutions and industry for controlsystems.
A simple and easy to use portable computer released by Amstrad in 1992.
Amstrad Portable PC512
A 8Mhz IBM PC Compatible computer with 2 x 720 Floppy drives and a small 7″ LCD Screen.
Was an iconic8bit machine produced in Great Britain in 1981.
Apple PoweBook 190cs
A rather modern Apple Laptop from 1995 featuring Motorola 68LC040 @ 33 MHz
This is a Personal Wordpressor released by Amstrad to compete with typewritters.
Another Zilog Z80 home computer from the early 80s.
Philips – VG8020
An MSX Computer produced by Phillips, released in 1985.
Was the first handheld 16 bit gaming console with a color LCD, however it did not stand a chance against the gameboy ;-(
The computing icon of the 80s, and ofcourse i have one of these to 🙂
Commodore PET 2001
This was the first 8 bit computer produced by Commodore, mine needs some obvious work 🙂
with all thinkable accessories that any teenager and aspiring software developer could wish for back in the 80s.
Tha final gaming console from Atari, sold as a 64 bit console, but in reality it was hardly a 32 bit machine, but who cared, Atari didn’t 😛
Game Boy Color
Mobilegaming before it, and backlight, was cool, theres nothing special about this one, you can get them anywhere for 50$, but i wanted one because i never had one as a kid 😛