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ATARI 16-bit
Mega 2
The professionnal version of the Atari ST with a custom chip called Blitter and a small battery to hold time and date.
2MB of RAM
Released:1987




260ST
Early and cheaper version of the 520ST (mostly for the European market)
512kB of RAM
Released: 1985
Quite rare




Atari Portfolio
One of the first MS-DOS (DIP-DOS) compatible pocket computer
Released: 1989




HDD: MegaFile 30

External floppy: SF314

Display hi-res (mono): SM124

Display color: SC224




Accesories & Peripherals















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ATARI 8-bit
2x 600XL
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16kB of RAM
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Amstrad-Schneider
2x CPC464
The Amstrad CPC (Colour Personal Computer)
was a series of 8-bit computers manufactured
by the British company Amstrad.

Integrated tape recorder.
Powered by an Amstrad monitor.
64 kB of RAM.
Released: 1984




Display green: GT64

Display color: CTM640













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Commodore Amiga 
2x Amiga 500 (1MB)

1X Amiga 500Plus (DEAD)

External floppys

The Amiga 500 was the second Amiga machine produced,
after the Amiga 1000.
It was the low-end version (and an "all-in-one" design)
of the Amiga 2000 and the main competitor of Atari's ST-series.
Memory: 512 kB of RAM
(both Amigas in my collection came with 1MB upgrade)
Released: 1987














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Texas-Instruments   
TI99/4A (*SOLD*)
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PHILIPS (Magnavox Odyssey)
Videopac G7000
(and 4 Games)
Cartridge based video game system like
the Atari VCS or Fair-Child.
Released: 1978 (EU) / 1979 (NA)














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Compaq
LTE-Series with working:
-MS DOS
-MS Windows 3.11
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Apple
Beige Macintosh G3 Desktop
(NOT WORKING RIGHT NOW)
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