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Sega Mega Drive / Genesis

This was the third console released by Sega, developed by an R&D team from Sega 16 bit arcade board. There are over 900 games available for the system. The console

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Commodore Amiga 500

The Amiga is the fist low-end 16/32bit home computer from Commodore, it was a direct competitor to the Atari ST. The Amiga proved very successful in Europe and proved to

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Apple PowerMac G4

The PowerPC G4 was released by Apple in 1999, it came in a “tower” desktop style case in various colours, Apple sold the machines in standard variations and also let

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The C64 Mini

I know strictly this is not old or collectable, but it does fit in the retro theme of this site, so that is what I am sticking with.  This modern

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Atari ST 1040 STF

The Atari ST is the first personal computer to come with a bitmapped color GUI, using a version of Digital Research’s GEM released in February 1985 on the original 520ST, when the computer was upgrade

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Sinclair Spectrum

The Spectrum was among the first mainstream-audience home computers in the UK, similar in significance to the Commodore 64 in the USA.  The introduction of the ZX Spectrum led to

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Nintendo Entertainment System

The Nintendo Entertainment System (commonly abbreviated as NES) is an 8-bit home video game console that was developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was initially released in Japan as the Family Computer (commonly known by the portmanteau abbreviation Famicom), on July

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Commodore VIC 20

The VIC-20 was intended to be more economical than the previous PET computer. It was equipped with 5 KB of static RAM and used the same MOS 6502 CPU as the PET. The VIC-20’s video chip, the MOS

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Sinclair Spectrum +

The Spectrum was among the first mainstream-audience home computers in the UK, similar in significance to the Commodore 64 in the USA.  The introduction of the ZX Spectrum led to

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Apple Mac Mini

The Mac Mini is a small desktop computer manufactured by Apple Inc.  Like earlier Mini-ITX PC designs, it is 7.7 inches (200 mm) square and 1.4 inches (36 mm) tall.  It weighs

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