Dag Erik's Retro Computers

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This is my exhibition. Some of it in the living room, and the rest in my RetroCave. 

MYCRO-1 - 1975


Apple II - europlus - 1978

Commodore Vic 20 - 1981

IBM 5150 - 1981

Commodore PET II - 8032 -1982

ZX Spectrum - 1982

IBM 5160 - 1983

ZX Spectrum+ - 1984

C64 - 1982 / Ultimate 64 elite 2019

Commodore 64 breadbin - 1984

Commodore 64 breadbin - 1984

Commodore 64 breadbin - 1984

Commodore 64 breadbin - 1984

IBM 5160 - 1986

IBM 5170 - 1984


Amstrad CPC464 - 1984

Amstrad CPC6128 - 1984

Commodore Plus/4 - 1984

Commodore Plus/4 - 1984

Epyx Fast Load - 1984

IBM 5155 - 1984

IBM 5155 - 1984

West PC 800 - 1985

West PC 800 - 1985

West PC 800 - 1985 - Prototype ?

Atari style Joystick collection

Commodore C128 - 1985

Commodore C128D - 1985

Amstrad PC1640DD - 1986

To do:

Commodore 1541, 1541 Beige,  1570 and VC1451

Commodore 64C - 1986

Atari ST 520STfm - 1986

Atari ST 1040STf - 1986

Sanyo - 286-12Mhz - 1986(est.)

West PC 1600 - IBM Compatible machine from Norway. - 1987 (est.)

West XT/Turbo  - upgraded to 386-40Mhz (not by me)

Ghost'n Goblins on PC.

EGA game and PC Speaker.

Demanded Joystick to go past "center joystick" screen. I had this game in 1987, but i could never play it because i lacked the joystick! Now, over 30 years later i can play it!

Finally playing Operation Wolf on PC

PC Joystick Competition Pro - Analog.

Commodore Amiga 500 - 1987

Toshiba T1200HB

Commodore 1541-II - 1988

IBM PS/2 Model 30-286 - 1988

Amstrad PPC640 - 1988  (with external ISA bus)

Schneider EuroPC - 1988

To do:

Schneider EuroPC  II- 1989?

Acorn Archimedes 410/I - 1989

IBM PS/2-55sx. - 1989

Macintosh Classic - 1990

Macintosh IIsi - 1991

Toshiba T5200 - 1991


Commodore Amiga 600 - 1992

Commodore Amiga 1200 - 1992

Commodore Amiga 1200 - 1992

2 x Iomega Zip 100 - 1994

Iomega Zip 100 - USB

Commodore SX-64

AST Bravo 386SX/20

IBM Aptiva 2168-142 - 1994

TCI Pentium 233MMX - 1994?

Toshiba 2150CDS - 1995

AST Advantage 6066d - 1995

Toshiba 400CDT (1995)

WIC PC - Pentium 200MMX  (1995)

Toshiba Tecra 500CDT (1996)

SHARP PC-9030 - 1997

This remapps the "5" key to END, and the remapps " ' " to "5". So now when the 5 keys sticks it only sends an END og line command. This remapping only works in DOS.

Toshiba 440CDT - 1997

Toshiba Tecra 740CDT (1997)

Toshiba Porté7010 CT (1998)

Toshiba Tecra 8100 - 2001

IBM Thinkpad 390 - 1998


IBM Thinkpad 600e - 1998

IBM Thinkpad I Series Type 2611 - 1999 

Portable floppy drives

PCMCIA NIC's


Dell XPS - 1997 - 1998 (est.)

Shuttle - P4 2,5GHZ - 2003

C64 DTV2 - PAL - 2005

XCcube - Athlon X64 3800+ - 2007

IBM Thinkpad X60s - 2007

SDrive 1564 - 2013?

MP32C64 - BT Tape adapter - 2014

SD2IEC v 2.x

The C64 - 2019


The VIC20 - 2021

What i miss

I miss the sound of the older hard drives.

I miss the sound of a dot matrix printer

I miss the sound of dial up.

I miss the sound of the modem handshake.

I miss the Turbo button.

I miss the sound of a floppy disk read/write.

I miss the days of the BBS.

I miss the ANSI graphics loading at 2400 baud.

I miss the excitement of opening a new game in a big box, only to have a few floppy disks or a CD in the box.

I miss the full page advertisements in magazines selling complete 386 or 486 systems for $1500+.

I miss drooling over the specs of the systems in those advertisements.


These are what I miss :(


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