117 Photos - Feb 21, 2010
Photo: Board games of arcade games and related electronic gamingPhoto: Yes, a CD compilation of games released for the C64.
Codemasters "CD Games Pack" 30 Games on CDPhoto: Music keyboard related add-ons for the C64 : Musical Keyboard, Siel Sound Buggy, Sound Chaser 64Photo: Various C64 music software : The Music Studio, The Music System (Rainbird), Music Processor (Sight & Sound), Commodore Music Composer & Music Machine cartsPhoto: Vintage Calculators
Game Calcs: Casio MG-880 Space Invaders, Casio MG-888 Dice,  Enterprex Black Jack BJ-21, 
Texas Instruments D.A.T.A.M.A.N   
Tandy Math Teacher, Radio Shack Math Tutor,
Sharp Elsi Mate EL-620 Voice Synthesized Caculator,
Casio ST-1 Stop Watch,  Sharp Elsi Mate EL-120,
Armitron 40/6349N Memo Watch, 
Sharp Elsi Mate EL-1195 Electronic Printing Calculator,
Sharp Elsi Mate El-326 Solar Cell, 
  Casio AQ-1000 (Watch, Alarm, Stopwatch), 
Casio Melody 80, Casio Personal M1, 
Ronica R12 Ruler Calculator Watch
Casio AL-8, Casio Mini Card LC-787 
Caltronic 606, 
Fix Pac Portadial 64b Phone dialer calculator, 
Sports Computer Score Log Bowling,
HP 12-C, HP 41CX (surveying1 pac & overlays)
Sharp EL-6120 Pocket Data Book, Sharp Elsi Mate EL-208,  Casio HL-101, Casio FX-20, 
Panasonic JE-8801U, Panasonic JE-8005U, Panasonic 8203,
Hanimex BC 8070, Hanimex Pocket Calculator,
Olympia CD43S,  Slim Card Solar Cell Calculator 111, Solar Calculator With the compliments of PostBank, 
Coca Cola e-padPhoto: All that remains of our CompuColor II from the 80s. Two titles - StarTrek, Sampler.Photo: Science Fair Digital Computer Kit, Intel SDK-85, HeathKit Workshop 35Photo: Some computer and technology related movies on VHS and DVDs. Electric Dreams (classic must watch). Har har Bible Story Graphics (NZ, wonder what computer graphics were done on, are they C64 colours?)Photo: Emenee Computer Play Organ, Vtech Music Major, Computer Music (plays sheet music, mechanical just using the word 'computer', kinda like the Emenee)Photo: Radiofin Hobby Module (3016) for Fountain Video Game / Hanimex etc assembly level programming, Spectravideo CompuMate (for Atari 2600) for basic programming and saving to tape.Photo: Books with computer game adaptations - The Fourth Protocol (C64), Rendezvous With Rama (C64), The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4 (Amstrad)Photo: Spectrum Games Designer (John Hollis), C64 Gary Kitchen's GameMaker, Amstrad The Quill Adventure Writing SystemPhoto: Clarion 8 Track Karaoke SystemPhoto: Sharp VZ-1500 both sides play disc stereo systemPhoto: 1990s mouse pads, Goosebumps Monster Blood II, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Tweety BirdPhoto: LPs Kraftwerk Computer World, Kraftwerk The Machine.
45's Mi-sex Computer Games, Player[1] Space Invaders, A Menacing Glow in the Sky
Cassette Trac-Man 84Photo: IC National Panastate B&W TV with pop-up screenPhoto: BBC Educational software Nuclear Reactor SimulationPhoto: Pye Model T33E Polar 12 B&W TV with just TV1, TV2, & AUX buttons on front. Vid-Matic (Orange retro colour - wouldn't touch any other)Photo: Hacker Herald Radio, plus couple others. Fountain ACR Quartz Electronic Clock Radio (NZ)Photo: Childrens' (mostly) ROBOT books. Most picked up 22/2/10 at Library sale.Photo: 2XLs either side, Dingbot, Armatron Robot ARM, TomyTime Talking Tutor Robot, D.A.T.A.M.A.N, Star Trek TNG DataPhoto: Software produced in NZ by Poseidon Software & Grandstand for Sega SC-3000Photo: Sinclair TV (World's smallest), Sony TV (pretty small too and fairly rare)Photo: Quickshot Joysticks (Quickshot I, Quickshot II, Quickshot V), QuickShot Speakers, Quickshot Sound AmplifierPhoto: Startrek stuff, Star Trek The Next Generation Interactive Technical Manual (PC), Star Trek (C64 cart, Sega), Star Trek The Final Frontier (Atari ST), Star Trek The Next Generation Type 1 Phaser Mouse, Star Trek The Next Generation Data andriod, Star Trek for Compucolor computerPhoto: Sega kids float, large Luigi Nintendo soft toy, small Sega Sonic and Spyro soft toys, Donkey Kong cap, Terminator 3 Rise of the Machine plastic blow up axe, Atari 2600 joystick keyring, N64 Control Deck keyringPhoto: Lots of USBORNE childrens' computer books. The very best.Photo: VTECH - Number Cruncher, PreComputer 1000, PreComputer 1000 Junior, PreComputer 2000, LessonOne, Lesson OnePlus, Talking Lesson One, Talking Lesson OnePlusPhoto: YellowPhoto: Photo: Photo: PE Nelson ComputerPhoto: HP 9816Photo: Photo: Handheld games - close up 2Photo: Handheld games - close up 1Photo: Books on video gamesPhoto: Table Top VFDsPhoto: Tomytronic 3-DPhoto: Handheld games collectionPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Xerox Telecopier 7010
Facsimilie TerminalPhoto: Smith Corona SD 670
Word Processing Typewriter
Spell-Right, DictionaryPhoto: Xerox 6015 Electronic TypewriterPhoto: IBM 6170 TypewriterPhoto: IBM 1950s Electric TypewriterPhoto: IBM 6170, and old 1950s IBM Electric typewriterPhoto: Casio Casiowriter CW-16
Spell check & LCDPhoto: Canon StarWriter 30
Floppy drive 720k on sidePhoto: Japanese Word Processors
Canon J5
Toshiba Rupo JW90FIIPhoto: Brother Super Power Note
Brother WP-80 Word ProcessorPhoto: Brother Electronic Typewriter PY-80 Personal TypePhoto: Brother EP-44 Parallel Portside viewPhoto: Brother EP-44
LCD display, Parallel port to computer so can be used as Ascii printerPhoto: Desktop Publisher with Colour Ink jet printing
Brother DP-530CJ
(has games)
Philips eXpanium Music+Game  CD/MP3 playerPhoto: Manual Typewriters
Baby Hermes
Olivetti Lettera 25Photo: Photo: Photo: KIWI-MSX Spectravideo Magazine New Zealand, August 1984, September 1984, December 1984Photo: Photo: Spectravideo SV-328 Mark II, Spectravideo SV-728, Spectravideo SV-318 Mark IIPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Hacker radio. Wonder if it picks up the pirate radio stations?Photo: An order by mandate of IBM. A relic of the 80s as people are no longer paid to think.Photo: My 2XL Robot from about 1981. "Thank you for turning me on"Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: