Safnat Milan rotary telephone from the 70s, internal buttons, disk with numbers, analogue telephone

Safnat telephone

๐Ÿ“ž I recently got a deal, purchasing this 1976 Safnat phone at a great price. It's certainly not a modern style, but personally I find it very charming. ๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ SAFNAT (Anonymous Company of National Telephone Equipment Factory), founded in 1921 in [โ€ฆ]

CBM 776M, vintage Commodore calculator, with case and manual

CBM 776M

My โ€œnewโ€ CBM (Commodore Business Machines) model 776M calculator, from the year 1975, has just arrived from the UK via eBay: an offer I couldn't pass up! The calculator arrived with its original case in perfect condition , even if the [โ€ฆ]

IBM PS/1, monitor CRT in bianco e nero, PS/2 mouse, keyboard IBM modem M2 buckling, floppy disk drive

IBM PS/1 model 2011

I purchased an IBM PS/1 model 2011 from a friend of mine. The computer was sold to me at a good price, but it has some small defects that need to be fixed, such as the classic errors 161 and 163 when turned on. I already have the [โ€ฆ]

JVC 3080 TV Radio Cassette Recorder, front view, speaker, CRT, cathode ray tube, knobs, tuning, volume, radio

JVC 3080

It's nice to find such beautiful objects, like this JVC 3080 boombox at a low price on online markets. The JVC 3080 is a boombox from the late 70s, early 80s: it was produced from 1978 to 1980. It is a concentrate [โ€ฆ]

Olivetti M200 vintage computer, MSDOS boot on diskette, startup

Olivetti M200

A friend of mine found this Olivetti M200 in a landfill and gave it to me as a gift. In this way, this magnificent computer was saved and became part of my collection. As soon as it arrived, the computer was in [โ€ฆ]

Genius GM-6 GM6 vintage mouse serial 3 buttons DB25 manual, 25-pin serial mouse

Genius GM-6

๐Ÿ–ฑ๏ธ Oops... Maybe a wrong purchase? ๐Ÿ˜ฌ ๐Ÿ˜‚ I got a Genius GM-6 mouse for my son Leo's gaming computer. The PC is a bit modern, with NVidia GeForce RTX 3060, 32GB RAM, Intel Core i5-13500 processor [...]

IBM PS/2 model 30 286, Intel 286, IBM personal system, spanish keyboard layout, vintage computer collection, white switch

IBM PS/2 model 30 286

An IBM PS/2 model 30 286, which I bought on Wallapop from Spain, has entered my collection. The origin can also be seen from the keyboard layout, which is Spanish and not Italian. The IBM Personal System/2 model 30 286 is [...]

IBM PS2 model 30, 8530-021, Intel 8086, power switch, floppy, hard disk, 80s computer, vintage computer, old computer

IBM PS/2 Model 30

An IBM PS/2 model 30 came into the collection, exactly the 8530-021 model, which I bought on eBay. The computer didn't work well, so it was sold to me at a good price. The IBM PS/2 Model 30 is a desktop of [...]

Philips VG5000 VG-5000, Radiola, vintage back computer, keyboard French AZERTY

Philips VG-5000 ฮผ

The Philips VG-5000 ฮผ (sometimes spelled VG5K) is an 8-bit home computer, manufactured by French Radiotechnique (RTS), and marketed by Philips, Radiola and Schneider from 1984 until 1986. Despite having a similar name [...]

Commodore SX-64 SX64 executive, CBM, vintage computer on, floppy crt monitor

Commodore SX-64

The Commodore SX-64 (also spelled SX64 or Commodore 64 Executive) is a portable computer produced by Commodore from 1984 until 1986. It is equipped with a monitor [...]

Nokia 7110, vintage mobile phone, snap-on sliding door, spring-loaded sliding door

Nokia 7110

The Nokia 7110 was one of the most innovative mobile phones of its era, launched in 1999 by the Finnish company Nokia. The Nokia 7110 is known for its retractable keyboard, which hides under a sliding door when [...]

Amiga 2000, Commodore A2000, CBM A200, desktop, Italian keyboard, coffin mouse

Amiga 2000

The Commodore Amiga 2000 is a 16-bit personal computer, based on the Motorola MC68000 processor. It was produced by Commodore International from 1987 to 1993. Other names by which the Amiga 2000 is known are: Commodore A2000, CBM A2000. E' [...]

Philips VG8020 VG-8020 MSX, vintage back computer, keyboard, door

Philips VG-8020 MSX

The Philips VG-8020 MSX is an 8-bit home computer produced by Philips, a Dutch company, in 1984. The Philips VG8020 was also marketed under the brand name Phonola: Phonola VG-8020. It is the successor to the Philips VG-8000 and Philips VG-8010. MSX [...]

Olivetti Prodest PC128 Italian home computer French Thomson MO6, keyboard, retro computer vintage 80s

Olivetti Prodest PC128

The Olivetti Prodest PC128 is an 8-bit home computer that was distributed in Italy from 1986 to 1989 by the Olivetti company. The computer was produced by the company French Thomson (model MO6) and was distributed in Italy, with some changes to the keyboard [...]

Atari 1040STF, vintage retro computer Technical characteristics of the Atari 1040STf CPU: Motorola MC68000, 8 MHz ROM: 192 KB Software included in ROM: Atari TOS (The Operating System) + GEM (Graphics Environment Manager) RAM: 1 MB, expandable up to 4 MB Graphics: Glue + Video Shifter Graphics mode: 320x200 (16 colors) up to 640x400 pixels (monochrome) Audio: Yamaha YM-2149, 3 voices + 1 channel for noise Keyboard: 94-key QWERTY, with arrows, numeric keypad and function keys Expansion ports: 1 serial DB25 male, RS232C 1 parallel DB25 female, Centronics 1 external hard disk drive, DB19 female 1 external floppy disk drive, DIN 14 poles 1 audio/video DIN 13, RGB and composite video 1 power input IEC 2 MIDI (in and out) DIN 5 poles, side 1 cartridge port, side 2 mouse and joystick, DB9 male, bottom Storage media: n. 1 internal floppy disk drive, 3.5", 720 KB (the computer also supports an external hard disk and an external floppy disk drive)

Atari 1040STf

The Atari ST is a series of personal computers produced by Atari Corporation since 1985. It is based on the 16-bit Motorola 68000 processor, the same microprocessor as the Commodore Amiga series. In particular, the Atari 1040STf model that I [...]

Commodore 16, C16, vintage home computer, vintage retro computer collection

Commodore 16

The Commodore 16 is an 8-bit home computer, manufactured by Commodore International from 1984 to 1985. It is the next generation of the Commodore Vic20, as well as a lower-cost alternative to the Commodore 64. It is part of the Commodore series [...]

Commodore Vic20, Vic-20, retro computer, 80's home computer, vintage computer collection, 8 bit

Commodore Vic20

The Commodore Vic20 (Vic-20 or Vic 20) is an 8-bit home computer produced by Commodore Business Machines from 1980 until 1985. In other states it was marketed under other names: in Japan it was called Commodore VIC-1001, [...]

Olivetti Peripherals DM 282, collection, Olivetti PC1, Olivetti M24, Olivetti M15, printer

Olivetti Peripherals DM 282

I received a gift! Thanks Filippo! Filippo gave me an Olivetti Peripherals DM 282 dot matrix printer, to combine with the Olivetti PCs I have in my collection:

Olivetti Prodest PC1, MSDOS, green phosphor monitor, resident diagnostic, startup kermata

Olivetti Prodest PC1

The Olivetti Prodest PC1 is a personal computer with NEC V40 processor (compatible with the Intel 80188). It was produced, in 1987-1988, by the Italian company Olivetti. It is a computer with a bit of poor performance, even compared to the production era, in fact it was intended for [...]

Commodore Amiga 600 vintage computer A600, CBM A600, retro computer

Amiga 600

The Commodore Amiga 600 is a 16-bit home computer, based on the Motorola MC68000 processor. It was produced by Commodore International from 1992 to 1993. Other names by which the Amiga 600 is known are: Commodore A600, CBM A600. In the [...]

Commodore 128D, C128D, CBM 128D, plastic case, plastic case. Technical characteristics of the Commodore 128D CPU MOS 8502 at 2 MHz in 80-column mode or at 1 MHz in 40-column mode (or even in C64 mode) Zilog Z80 at 4 MHz for CP/M+ operating system (although, due to hardware limitations, the throughput is as if it were 2MHz) ROM, in C128 mode: BASIC 7.0:  32 kB Screen editor: 4 kB I/O and character map: 4 kB KERNAL and hexadecimal monitor: 8 kB ROM, in C64 mode: BASIC 2.0: 8 kB I/O and character map: 4 kB KERNAL and screen editor: 8 kB RAM: 128 kB divided into 2 banks of 64 kB Video chip: MOS VDC (in 80-column mode,  C128 and CP/M) MOS VIC-II (in 40-column and C64 mode) Audio: MOS SID Keyboard: extended to 92 keys, with numeric keypad Software included in ROM: BASIC 7.0 (C128 mode) BASIC 2.0 (C64 mode) Storage media: internal floppy disk drive, Commodore 1571, 5.25" Expansion ports: 1 Serial IEC 1 User Port 1 Expansion port (for Commodore 64 cartridges) 1 Audio/Video (CVBS and S-Video composite video,  for connection to monitor 40 columns) 1 RGBI (connection to monitor 80 columns) 1 Antenna (RF connection to TV) 1 Datassette port (cassette player) 2 Joystick ports 1 Keyboard connector

Commodore 128D

The Commodore 128D is an 8-bit personal computer produced by Commodore Business Machines between 1985 and 1989. It is also known as C128D and CBM 128D. It has the same features as the Commodore 128, but has a case [...]

Olivetti M15, 80s laptop, vintage notebook, laptop, monochrome LCD display

Olivetti M15

The Olivetti M15 is a personal laptop with 80C88 processor. It was produced in 1987 by the Italian company Olivetti. It is a laptop with monochrome LCD display and internal NiCd battery. The operating system is MSDOS. With regard to the supports of [...]

Atari 130XE, vintage retro computer, home computer, old computer collection

Atari 130XE

The Atari 130XE is an 8-bit home computer produced by Atari, an American company, starting in 1985. It is the successor to the Atari 800XL, with more RAM. It was put on the market the same year as the ST series, more performing, at [...]

Commodore Amiga 1200, vintage retro computer collection, A1200, Commodore A1200, Amiga Technologies, Commodore International

Amiga 1200

The Commodore Amiga 1200 is a 32-bit home computer, based on the Motorola MC68EC020 processor. It was produced by Commodore International from 1992 to 1994. After the bankruptcy of Commodore, which occurred in 1994, the Amiga 1200 was produced by Amiga [...]

Amstrad CPC 464 vintage computer with green monochrome monitor GT 65

Amstrad CPC 464

The vintage Amstrad CPC 464 computer is the first 8-bit home computer produced by Amstrad, an English company. It was in production from 1984 to 1990. It is equipped with Zilog Z80 processor and supports CP/M operating system. The [...]

SeaWolf videogame for Commodore 64 C64, screenshot gameplay, boat ship

SeaWolf

Here is another video game found in a lot that I had purchased and I had ... Forgot! It is the video game SeaWolf, released for the first time in 1976 and converted into a cartridge for C64 in 1982. The player must hit and destroy [...]

Ghosts 'n Goblins videogame, cassette tape, Encore, Commodore 1531 C2N datassette

Ghosts 'n Goblins

I'll unlock a memory: when you loaded the cassette of the video game Ghosts'n Goblins with the datassette Commodore 1531 C2N! ๐Ÿ™‚

Commodore 64G 64G C64G retro vintage computer, CBM, white, white keyboard

Commodore 64G

The Commodore 64G (also C64G, C=64G, C 64 G) is an 8-bit home computer produced by Commodore Business Machines since 1987. It is a particular version of the Commodore 64, intended for the German market. It should not be confused with [...]

Commodore 64, biscuit breadbin case restoration memory repair, RAM, SID, CBM, C64

Commodore 64 (breadbin)

The Commodore 64 is an 8-bit home computer produced by Commodore Business Machines since 1982. It is also known as C64, C = 64 and CBM64 and almost 20 million units were sold, in different versions, up to [...]

Atari 800XL vintage retro computer collection ValorosoIT, Home Computer, 80s, CPU MOS 6502C, GTIA (video), POKEY (sound, I/O), ANTIC (video)

Atari 800XL

The Atari 800XL is an 8-bit home computer manufactured by Atari, a US company, between 1982 and 1985. The computer was competing with the Commodore 64, but failed to beat the dreaded opponent. To expand the [...]