Welcome to Retro Computing with Mike

This is a work in progress, i will add pictures, text videos, links, downloads and other sort of relevant information to the individual posts when i get around to it, currently this shows a small sample of my current collection, if you want to know something about a specific machine you are welcome to contact me and i will try my best to help you. 

Retro Computers
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Acorn Electron

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

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Amstrad
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Amstrad NC200

This is probably the best 8bit Z80 based portable Computer ever made. It has a wonderfull keyboard and is capable of running CP/M.

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Atari
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Atari 520STFM

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

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Atari
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Atari 65XE

An Atari 8 bit system with , was released at the same time as the other ST models but is more or less the same

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Atari
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Atari 7800

Released in 1986, almost fully backwards compatible with the famous Atari 2600, and brought in some significant improvement over its predecessors.

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Atari
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Atari 800XL

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

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Retro Computers
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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

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Atari
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Atari Jaguar

The final gaming console from Atari, sold as a 64 bit console, but in reality it was hardly a 32 bit machine, but who cared,

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Atari
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Atari Lynx

Was the first handheld 16 bit gaming console with a color LCD, however it did not stand a chance against the gameboy ;-(

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Commodore
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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.

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Commodore
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Commodore plus/4

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

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Retro Computers
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Commodore SX-64

This is a portable version of the Commodore 64, it’s relatively rare and stupidly expensive, i got min for a good bargain.

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Nintendu
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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

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Retro Computers
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HP 87

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

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Danish Computers
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ICL Comet

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,

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Portable Computers
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Osborne PC1

This one is working, i got a couple of floppies with software for it – but i need to find a way to transfer images

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