Mitsubishi ML-G30 (1985)
[SOUND ON!] Enjoy this dreamy commercial for Mitsubishi’s rare MSX2 based computer. The ML-G30 included a keyboard, floppy drive and 4 cartridge slots. Retailed for ¥168,000 / $1,500. •
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1,7221729 January, 2019
Ecco un’adorabile replica del Commodore PET modello 8032 realizzata con una stampante 3D e progettata per ospitare una scheda Raspberry PI. Serve un po’ di roba per mettere tutto insieme: cavi, connettori, adattatori, interruttori, qualche magnete, delle viti. Ma tutti i passaggi e la possibilità di acquistare i singoli componenti, assieme alle istruzioni passo passo per mettere tutto in piedi, sono disponibili sul sito dedicato commodorepetmini.com. Come al solito, vi lascio il link esatto nel canale Telegram.
8881118 February, 2019
Sharp WD-2200 (1984)
Expensive, elegant, summons angels! Retailing for ¥998,000 in 1984, the WD-2200 is a word processor that came pre-packaged with a thermal printer. 💙💾
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS (SB0350) PCI from September 2003 with CA0102 (EMU10K2) sound processor! This is the best and one of the most popular Audigy PCI soundcard for Windows XP gaming with EAX 4.0 ADVANCED HD feature and 7.1 audio support!
There are also still drivers available for Windows 10 64 Bit!
This 3a belonged to a former Psion exec. He told me that Psion tested a number of cases for the 3a, so this might be the only one of these in existence. It's a 1MB model and has two Flash chips instead of a mask ROM. It needed a new ribbon cable, which I took from a spares-or-repair 3a I bought from eBay. As you can see I had to repair the left hinge (my own fault), but even with the damage it's a beautiful example.
I don't know what this pattern was called internally, but I refer to it as the dragon-skin one.
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So... I got asked recently about my absolute favorite retro computer. That's really hard to tell since it changes frequently, but right now it is the Commodore Amiga 2000 from last year.
Freshly recapped and powerful. It runs on a 4.3 board with Kickstart 3.1 ROM and ECS Denise. 2mb Chipmemory with a MegaChip board. Commodore A2630 4mb Turbocard with FPU and BigRam 32bit Fastram (over 110mb real Fastram in the end...). Running OS3.9 from a 4GB CF card controlled by Individual Computer's Buddah Flash IDE controller. MNT's VA2000 as RTG Picasso GFX card running in 720p 16/32bit. Native Amiga GFX(like games) is routed through the VA2000cx into the VA2000's HDMI port. MP3 and similar MHI audiodecoding with Prisma music card from A-EON. 10mbit networking and Internet with X-Surf 100. USB with RapidRoad controller. Lyra3 PS2 keyboard converter and Cocolino PS2 mouse converter. Hitachi CDRom drive and 2 brand new Sony 3,5 floppy drives... Reworked powersupply and cables... I've build my dream A2000 ;) #Amiga2000#Amiga#Commodore#retrocomputing#retrocollective#retrogaming#individualcomputers#16bit#aeon#va2000#mnt#amigaos39
3502020 March, 2019
Cargando Amstrad!!.., Game Over (Dinamic 1987).., otra mítica portada del maestro Royo. 💙
This board was designed to aid in development with the Commander X16 project by the 8-Bit Guy.
Learn more about this development card here: https://texelec.com/product/commodore-user-port-to-gameduino-video-dev-card-for-commander-x16-prototype/
At about 15:10 you can see Kevin from TexElec in David's Dream Computer video. I recommend watching the entire video but as Kevin's wife and co-owner of TexElec I couldn't resist telling on Kevin being on camera... unexpectedly by the way. :D
The 8-Bit Guy's Dream Computer Part 1: https://youtu.be/ayh0qebfD2g
We’re happy to introduce another prototyping board to our catalog. Take a look at the Commodore 64/128 Cartridge Port Prototype Card v1.0 for more details. You may find it handy for your next Commodore project!
Be sure to checkout The 8-Bit Guy's Dream Computer Project, Commander X16!
Name: Rise of the dragon
Genre: Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi / Action
The year is 2053, and Los Angeles has turned into a grim place ruled by crime and corruption. William 'Blade' Hunter is a private detective who once was a police officer. He is asked to investigate a horrible murder of the mayor's daughter, whose body was mutilated. As Hunter begins to search for clues that would help him solve the crime, he uncovers a conspiracy involving a deadly drug and a powerful criminal syndicate behind it.
Rise of the Dragon is a futuristic first-person adventure game. The game's visuals are reminiscent of a comic book, with digitized photos of actors and hand-painted backgrounds. Unlike most other adventure games of the time, it relies less on inventory puzzles and more on specific choices made by the player. The game has an internal clock and requires the player to plan the protagonist's moves ahead in order to be in the right place at the right time. Dialogues with multiple choices are utilized as a gameplay tool; a wrong choice will often lead to a premature end of the adventure.