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The Amstrad CPC computer, featuring an integrated tape recorder. It wasn't as successful as the Commodore 64 or the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, but a lot of games were available for the Amstrad as well.

VT100

- one of the first widely used "dumb terminals". Hospitals loved them, and put them everywhere. 80 characters wide, 24 lines! Nice, crisp letters that didn't drive you batshit after several hours of staring at the screen.

Rob loves a bit of retro tech - ZX Spectrum

ZX Spectrum my first ever computer in the late Ironically, designed in the UK

The earliest Sony Betamax machines; never had one of these, but I remember a friend of mine at school bragged about having one.  They were huge, and went for around $1,000 a pop.  Compared to a modern DVR, they were as a horse-and-buggy would be to a Ferrari.

The Sony Betamax. I remember when my dad brought this home.

<p>Apple Snow White 2, "Apple II," 1982</p>

From Phones To Tablets: 26 Apple Designs That Never Came To Be

ron beck designs

The Magne from Bergmann boasts an air-bearing system that achieves near frictionless playing for unearthly sound quality.

Universal Audio UA 4-710d Four Channel Tube/Transistor Tone-Blending Preamp with 1176-Style Compression and Built-In A/D Converters

Universal Audio UA Four Channel Tube/Transistor Tone-Blending Preamp with Compression and Built-In A/D Converters

Vintage Sony Portable TV  Description:  1960's Early Example Sony Brand TV. Funky Mod Japanese Design.

Vintage Sony Portable TV Description: 1960's Early Example Sony Brand TV. Funky Mod Japanese Design.

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