Historic Home computers

in the International Vintage Electronics Museum, Hove, UK


ACORN Atom
ACORN Electron
AMSTRAD CPC 6128
APPLE II+ (autographed by WOZ !)
APPLE IIe
APPLE IIe clone (chinese)
APPLE IIc
APPLE II GS
APPLE III
APPLE Lisa
APPLE Macintosh 128
APPLE Macintosh 512K
APPLE Macintosh Plus
APPLE Macintosh SE30
APPLE Macintosh Classic II
APPLE Macintosh II
APPLE Macintosh LC
APPLE Macintosh color classic
APPLE Macintosh LC II
APPLE Macintosh Centris
APPLE Macintosh Quadra
APPLE Macintosh Portable
APPLE Powerbook 100
APPLE Powerbook G3
APPLE Powerbook G4
APPLE Macintosh DUO 230
APPLE 20th anniversary Macintosh
APPLE original iBook
APPLE original iMac (bondi blue)
APPLE PowerMac G3
APPLE PowerMac G4
APPLE PowerMac G5
APPLE iMac G4
APPLE iMac G5
APPLE Mac MINI
APPLE Newton (all models)
APPLE original Lasewriter
APPLE original scanner
APPLE PIPPIN game machine
APPLE Quicktake cameras (all models)
APPLE iPod (all models)
APPLE original iBook
APPLE iBook G4
APPLE MacBook
APPLE Airport base stations (all models)
APPLE iPhone 3G
APPLE iPhone 3GS
APPLE iPod Touch
+ APPLE leaflets, books, catalogues, software, Visicalc, buttons, posters, pens, bags, hats, shirts and other memorabiliaCPC464
ATARI 400
ATARI 800
ATARI 800XL
ATARI 65XE
ATARI 520ST
BBC B
BBC Master
DRAGON 32
DRAGON 64
CAMBRIDGE COMPUTERS Z88
CAMPUTERS Lynx
CGL M5
COMMODORE Pet
COMMODORE 3016 series
COMMODORE Vic 20
COMMODORE 16
COMMODORE 64
COMMODORE New 64
COMMODORE 128
COMMODORE Plus4
COMMODORE SX-64 luggable version of the C64
COMMODORE Amiga A600HD
EACA Color Genie
EPSON HX-20 (first laptop)
GRUNDY Newbrain
GRUNDY Newbrain with display
HUSKY Hunter
IBM 5150
IBM XT
IBM AT
JUPITER Ace (ZX-81 competitor, forth language)
JUPITER Ace 4000
MATTEL Aquarius
MEMOTECH MTX 512
MERLIN Tonto
MULTITECH Micro Professor
NASCOM II
ORIC - 1
ORIC Atmos
OSBORNE OCC1 (first luggable computer)
PHILIPS Videopack G7000
PSION Organizer I (one line display)
PSION Organizer II (two lines display)
PSION Organizer IIIa
RETRO GRAPHICS ?
ROCKWELL KIM 65
SAM Coupe (256K)
SANYO MBC-1000A (MSX)
SCIENCE OF CAMBRIDGE MK 14
SCIENCE OF CAMBRIDGE ZX80
SHARP MZ-700
SHARP MZ-870A
SINCLAIR ZX-81
SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum 16K (very early example = completely different fron the following one)
SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum 16K
SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum 48K
SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum +
SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum+ 128K
SINCLAIR QL
SINCLAIR (Amstrad) ZX Spectrum +2
SINCLAIR (Amstrad) ZX Specrum +2A
SINCLAIR (Amstrad) ZX Spectrum +3
SINCLAIR (Amstrad) ZX Spectrum +3A
SINCLAIR (Amstrad) PC200
SYNERTECH SYM-1
SONY HB-75B (MSX)
SORD CGL M5 
TANDY-RADIO SHACK TRS 80
TANDY-RADIO SHACK TRS 80 mark III
TANDY-RADIO SHACK 100 (early laptop)
TANDY-RADIO SHACK TRS-80 pocket computer
TATUNG Einstein
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TM-990/189
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-99/4A
TIMEX-SINCLAIR T/S-1000 (similar to the ZX-81 but with 2K!)
TIMEX-SINCLAIR T/S 1500 (an expanded ZX-81 in a Spectrum case)
TIMEX-SINCLAIR ZX Spectrum 2048 (imagine a 48 Spectrum with on/off switch, a status light, Kempston interface
for joystick, videocomposite exit for monitor, "proper" hard keys on keyboard, "proper" long space bar) made in Portugal. TIMEX SINCLAIR Spectrum T/S-2068 (an expanded Spectrum with cartridge slot) TOSHIBA MSX TOSHIBA T100SE VIDEO GENIE System EG3003
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