Vintage computers

As primeiras máquinas destinadas ao uso pessoal, com pouca mas bem usada memória e capacidade de calculo. Possuem sempre teclado incorporado e podem ligar-se a monitor ou televisor.

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Vintage computers

As primeiras máquinas destinadas ao uso pessoal, com pouca mas bem usada memória e capacidade de calculo. Possuem sempre teclado incorporado e podem ligar-se a monitor ou televisor.

Oric Atmos 48k (1984)

Tangerine Computer Systems was a British microcomputer company founded in 1979 and this model is an upgrade of Oric-1. Was the real rival of Commodore with 48kb of RAM and 16kb of ROM, 6502 A processor (1 Mhz) and Programmable Sound Generator AY-3-8912

ZX Spectrum (1982)

The Sinclair ZX Spectrum was one of the most popular European computers of the 80's. Two models were launched: one with 16 kb RAM and other with 48 kb RAM. CPU Zilog Z80A (3,5 Mhz) and sound (10 octaves)

Timex 2048 (1984)

Timex have 2 models of 2048;  TS 2048 made by Sinclair and TC 2048 made Timex Portugal. As Timex Computers was only allowed to distribute the TC-2048 in countries where the Sinclair Spectrum wasn't established, it was only sold in Portugal and Poland. it met a great success in both countries where several ten-thousands machines were sold. Powered by Z80A with 48kb of RAM

Commodore 64 (1982)

Over more 30 years this impressive machine deserve respect and recognition. More than 17 millions of devices around the world , the Commodore  64 is arguably the easiest to use programmable computer that has ever been made. Powered by MOS 6510 (1MHz) with 64kb and sound (3 channels).

Sinclair ZX Spectrum + (1984)

Hardware of ZX Spectrum but with new and better keyboard; with reset key (optional).

Philips VG-8010 (1984)

In 1982-83, Philips was working with Thomson on an European computer standard. As the project didn't make any progress, Philips left the project and joined the MSX standard. This model is made in France with Z80 processor and 48kb of RAM but have bad lucky by non standard connections.

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