Computers

Retro Computer Attic

AT and earlier Computers

  1. IBM 5160 XT
  2. Sharp MZ-700
  3. Tulip PC Compact 2 Turbo-XT
  4. Tulip VisionLine WS386sx
  5. Commodore Vic 20
  6. Commodore 64
  7. Commodore Amiga 500
  8. IBM 486 PS/ValuePoint 433DX/S (Intel OverDrive)
  9. IBM 386 PS/ValuePoint 325T/S
  10. Baby AT 486 DX2 66mhz
  11. Packard Bell MultiMedia CLE1230/R

ATX Computers era

  1. AMD Athlon MP K7D-L Dual Socket
  2. AMD Athlon XP A7N8X-DELUXE
  3. AMD Athlon XP Asus Terminator 
  4. i5 Asus P8Z77-V LX2
  5. Pentium 2 
  6. Pentium 3 
  7. Pentium 4 
  8. Asus Barebone P4
  9. IBM eServer xSeries 220 Dual Pentium 3
  10. AMD Athlon 64 machine

Laptops

  1. Compaq Armada 1120
  2. Toshiba 320CDT
  3. Dell Latitude CPi #1
  4. Dell Latitude CPi #2
  5. Laptop Fujitsu Siemens Amilo-D CY23
  6. Laptop HP NX9005
  7. Laptop HP Compaq NX9010 #1
  8. Laptop HP Compaq NX9010 #2
  9. Laptop Lenovo T61 (garage software)

Gaming Consoles

  1. Nintendo (NES)
  2. Nintendo European Version
  3. Super Nintendo
  4. Nintendo 64 Ice Blue
  5. Nintendo 64
  6. Gamecube
  7. Gameboy (Classic)
  8. Gameboy Color Purple
  9. Gameboy Color Purple
  10. Gameboy Color Green
  11. Gameboy Advanced
  12. Nintendo DS Lite
  13. Nintendo DS Lite
  14. Atari 2600
  15. Sega Megadrive with box
  16. Sega Megadrive 
  17. Playstation 1 Slimline (PSONE)
  18. Playstation 2 Slimline
  19. Playstation 2 Aqua edition
  20. Playstation 2 Black (std)
  21. Playstation 3 Fatedition
  22. Xbox 360

Macintosh collection

  1. Macintosh 512k with factory upgrade to Macintosh Plus 1MB (sadly the Flyback Transformer is cracked somewhere so it bypasses highvoltage)
  2. Macintosh Plus upgraded to 4MB and a SC20 external SCSI harddrive
  3. Macintosh Plus Platium version upgraded to 4MB with a RODIME external scsi harddrive fitted with a SCSI2SD card
  4. Macintosh SE FD/HD upgraded to 4MB
  5. Macintosh SE/30 – 8MB
  6. Macintosh Classic I upgraded to 4MB
  7. Macintosh Classic I upgraded to 4MB #2
  8. Macintosh Classic II upgraded to 10MB
  9. Macintosh Classic I (waiting on a PCB of Kai Robinson to rebuild this Macintosh, it had major battery leakage).
  10. PowerMAC 5500/275 
  11. PowerMAC 9600/200 with 256MB Ram and a Studio Display 14″
  12. PowerBook 1400CS (with a crappy LCD)
  13. Macintosh G3 Quicksilver tower 800mhz (with ssd, ide->sata) with a Cinema Display
  14. Macintosh G4 nicknamed ‘bolletje’ 2.1ghz (with ssd, ide->sata)
  15. Macintosh Dual G5 PowerPC 2ghz (with SSD) with a Cinema HD display
  16. Apple iMac 9.1 A1225

Accessoires

  1. Commodore Disk drives
  2. Dell Latitude Docking Station C/Dock
  3. Dell Latitude Batteries and (external) CD-Drives

Games