CATEGORIES //// link back to Zyra's front page //// site index
//// COMPUTERS //// ANTIQUE computers
Felix Computers /// History and Historical links
Also see the ultimate retro computer!
And Time Line Computer Archive
History of Computers
There is a main line of state-of-the-art computers, ie the primary science, and there's also the history of publically available affordable computers, the subject of which is here. The history of computers is ongoing, so expect new developments.
NASCOM 2 see www.mixtel.co.uk
Commodore PET see www.commodorePET.net (gone)
ZX80 FREEWARE ZX80/ZX81 EMULATORS at http://users.aol.com/autismuk/sinclair.htm
ZX81 ZX81 WEB RING at http://home.t-online.de/home/sinclair_zx81/zx81_wbr.htm (gone, but you can still see T-mobile)
ZX SPECTRUM Planet Sinclair (ZX80/81/Spectrum etc.) and Xyroth's page of Sinclair links
ORIC - See www.rhetoric.8k.com
VIC20 Alhazred's Vic 20 Page (was http://members.nbci.com/vic20/)
resources for Texas TI99 range of computers
COMMODORE 64 EMULATORS / RESOURCES at http://www.ozemail.com.au/~gvincent/ (gone) and Xyroth's page of C64 emulators
great Amstrad/Schneider CPC site with lots of resources
BBC COMPUTER more about it here
is a large BBC & Acorn Electron games archive
Tatung Einstein converted into a flower pot
Tatung Einstein enthusiasts see www.EinsteinActive.co.uk
AMIGA Official Amiga homepage
Z88 Oodles of links to all sorts of z88 related stuff
Current era (as of 2002/01):
PC Xyroth's page of pc emulators
SILICON GRAPHICS INDY
If you know of any specialist interest sites, especially for RETRO computers, you are welcome to e-mail, but please don't be surprised if it takes a while to update this site!
Special thanks to Simon@Chaosmongers - was http://www.vinylbargains.com for many of the good links on this page.
Also note that a page about old computers isn't complete without a link to www.old-computers.com (gone?) even before taking into account their inclusion of the "Tatung Einstein converted into a flower pot" picture
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