The last couple of weeks i’ve spent some time at the Danish Data-historic Society in Ballerup, Copenhagen, figuring out the history of a Danish Built
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
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,
with all thinkable accessories that any teenager and aspiring software developer could wish for back in the 80s.
This was the first 8 bit computer produced by Commodore, mine needs some obvious work 🙂
The computing icon of the 80s, and ofcourse i have one of these to 🙂
Was the first handheld 16 bit gaming console with a color LCD, however it did not stand a chance against the gameboy ;-(
An MSX Computer produced by Phillips, released in 1985.
Another Zilog Z80 home computer from the early 80s.