I bought some RAM at $240 billion per gigabyte...
I got my 1965 Friden 132 working!
My favourite portable computer.
A hauntingly beautiful piece of technology, to others it is just a calculator. To me, this is the epitome of vintage computing.
RAM from 1978, by Triumph Adler
Microsoft Office for Windows 95
Fun little novelty for the office
Doodled some beige boys
On my way to some classic Windows 9X gaming with my new Dell Dimension 4100
$6 thrift store find. I should be good on 5.25 floppies for a while.
Processor Technology Sol-20 Terminal Computer, 1977-1979
The Dillard’s by me still uses this machine to this day
Browsing old websites on a Win98 laptop in 2018 is stupid fun
Got a few cool items that my company was throwing away.
Just picked up this Apple ][e with monitor, 3 disk drives, and a crate of floppy disks
Finally picked up a copy of DOS. The disk drives are functional! I'm so happy! :)
I love finding stuff like this in old computers
Professor Farnsworth paying respect to one of the all-time greats.
I got a Macintosh SE for Christmas!
Typed in my first program last night, worked first try!
1983 oil painting entitled The Dawn of Personal Computing
I found a box of old cpus I stored away over a decade ago.
I was reading random EPROM chips I had searching for plain text and found a hidden message
New in box for $7 total, can't refuse!
I have a working AMD K5 PR200
Look what I found whilst cleaning the Lab of my IT-Employer
I stumbled across this gem at work today
HP Graphics Demo, 1980
U.S. Army audiovisual technician stands at her videotape editing station, 1973
Here's what a Commodore branded cassette looked like
One of my favorite kind of thrift store finds.
The Commodore Executive 64
So I found this at a Goodwill
That's right, it's online.
OLD-COMPUTER ZX Spectrum
Anyone come across one of these in a collection of old electronic parts?
Picked up a new restoration project today
Is there a name for this style of DOS-era laptop? (the screen that has the hinge in the middle instead of the back) I've been trying to find some on eBay because I'm fascinated by the design.
Tandy 1000SX hardly ever used!!
1981 Digicomp Astrology Microcomputer
Spent 15 years in a box in a basement, my childhood Commodore 64 it's finally finished [jiffyDOS, LumaFix, Heatsinks]
Before.. After..! Yay for Commodore PET!
One of the cleanest IIe's I've ever found. $40!
Creating computer generated images using an Apple II , 1983
I finally completed the set!
Found this for 50 cents at a flea market today
The man, the clip, the legend!
I found this beauty the other day and just knew I had to have it.
My old computer~ the Amstrad CPC 464
Got this badboy from ‘97 hooked up on the internet
I couldn’t be happier my parents just found a number of my old disks!
I found a working IBM PS/2 model 25 with a Model M keyboard for $5 at a thrift store!
When you can't help but look back. . .
Best 25 bucks I've ever spent in my life. Got the trs80 today at an estate sale
IBM 360 Mainframe and check reading system, 1964
The computer phone book
TRS 80 Color Computer ad from 1980
New picture of my XT after cleaning it, more in comments
Atari ST Desktop render by Pascal Nowak, early 1990's
Barely missed out on this American Girl Doll toy from the 90s on Facebook marketplace.
A friend of mine just gave me all this!
I scored a Macintosh Performa 550 on Craigslist
I SCORED today...
Dad found an old relic from past work, says this might me we could be onto the “gold mine”
Ransomeware got me. What do I do now?
Atari 520 ST 
Found in the free section of craigslist, everything works!
Byte Magazine 2.1, January 1977 featuring an Altair 8800
Impulse purchase thinking they were commodore 64s :/
Trying to read an 8 floppy disk on a PC
Someone at work asked everyone to share pictures of their PET for a collage. So I did.
Found this TRS-80 MC-10 at my local thrift store for a $1.50!
Daylight Saving - change your clocks, replace smoke detector batteries and clean your balls.
Can you recognize every piece of software and hardware in my living room collection?
A microNOVA begins to rise from the ashes!
WWW turns 30 this week, but it's also the name of the first Web browser that Tim Berners-Lee created for NeXT computers
TRS-80 Model II advertisement (1982)
BMC if800 model 20
Can’t really use a C64 at work but this little guy found a spot on my desk...
Found this being sold for $0.50, yes please! Looking forward to exploring it, sealed copy of Microsoft Plus! 98!
Found this computer at my grandparents
Never throw anything away, just in case you might need it one day...
No idea what's going on here, but I love the atmosphere of this pic
Picked this up for free today, complete in the box. I don't think it's ever been used.
In the 1970s my uncle built his own Pong game (more in text).
AOL 4.0 clone. What do you guys think?
Playing some digital chesswith my 8 bit buddy. im a pretty bad player but he seems to be taking a while to make a move. Maybe i've stumped him? Actually on the highest difficulty it can take days to come uo with a move
Seiko UC-2200 | 1984
Picked up this beauty recently so I can relive my Windows 95/DOS glory days. Now working on doing some upgrades.
Scored three of these on eBay a while back. I forgot how comfortable they are
Portable computing score from Akihabara, Japan
5160 XT - stripped apart and cleaned up. Now waiting for new MDA card to arrive.
Must be a slow news day
The first Web browser that Tim Berners-Lee created on NeXTSTEP was actually called the WorldWideWeb application
Anybody give me some idea what this is exactly? Doesn’t look like a cpu. It was gifted to me. It says Pentium Processor “Daughter Card” on the back.
TMS-9900 16-Bit Microcomputer (1978 Ad)
PDP-11 Software Handbook
Scored a 5150 w/ 5151 monitor for cheap. Added a Hercules, too!
The Beeb setup in my little vintage Corner
Primitive 3D 
Uploading the first 5 MByte hard disk to a PanAm plane, 1956
Amiga Trek, by PARK, 1986
Digi-Log Portable Interactive CRT Terminal
1989 Yugoslavian Computer Magazine
Rescued from an old Power5 Machine, 2x4 Cores@2.3GHz, 2x36 MiB L3 Cache
Wife is out of town! Time for Dos games!
North NJ Estate sale find!
Just picked this up in a thrift store. Anybody know of anything fun to do with one?
The IBM 5150, 5160, and 5170 - Restored, cleaned up, and ready for action!
For your viewing pleasure.
Happy Birthday to the TRS-80 Model I!
RAM board haul for $10
A great pickup today!
Got my hands on a working KayPro 2
Managed to snag this bad boy over the weekend!
Creativity - Amiga 1000 advert 
I decided to splurge and got myself an early Christmas present
How did I do? $50 at my local Goodwill!
Craigslist score: a little piece of history
Behold! The IBM TrackPoint mouse
Today's find: PDP-1 Manual
Japan had the coolest computers (PCV-MX2V7)
Need help identifying this PC I found in my grandmas basement since google isn't turning up much. It has NPC badges and fountain inc labels on the back. Any ideas?
Today is a good day to try to install a SCSI2SD in a Color Classic.
Trust the Calculator, you can count on it
IBM logo smooth color scrolling in VGA on DOS
What are your favorite Web 1.0 compatible sites?
Staying up late fiddling with drivers
132lbs and 2GHz of combined energy on my kitchen counter.
Found on Denver Craigslist: free to a good home!
IBM ThinkPad X40, IBM's first ultralight ThinkPad, on top of a T43p
Had to prove we did the spreadsheet work, so I broke out the 5155
Mt. St. Helens - The Game (from Microgram)
Got this Victor Medalist 1977 plug-in calculator at a thrift store for $2 today. Still works like a charm.
Found a classic in my mom’s basement
Ad for IMSAI VDP-40 Micro Computer
I got to see and use this in person today!
My first computer: Commodore 16
Scored a brand new case for my Vintage Gaming Rig. So wonderfully beige!
Ticker Tape Machine
Look at this old Dell flatscreen CRT!