Reply 1 of 9, by sf78
Interesting to see a prototype of a Nokia tablet that was never released.
Reply 2 of 9, by sf78
Storage was filled with interesting stuff you could buy.
Reply 3 of 9, by sf78
Also this rather interesting case with proprietary (pat.pend.) slot card for CPU.
Reply 4 of 9, by Anders-
Reply 5 of 9, by sf78
Anders- wrote on 2021-07-12, 20:26:
Awesome! Have to remember this next time I'm visiting.
Want to poke around a lot at the stuff, thanks a bunch for all the photos 😀
The first computer in museum picture 4 worked as a "visitors book" where you could type your name and it would then print it on the dot matrix printer. 😁
Reply 6 of 9, by sf78
A couple of CPU's too.
Reply 7 of 9, by mrwho
If you're in the Lisbon area, there's a computer shop with a nice museum in the Odivelas area.
There's also a full-fledged Spectrum-dedicated museum in Cantanhede, catchily called Load"".
“Hey, you sass that hoopy MrWho? There's a frood who really knows where his towel is."
My home retro drivers repository: ftp://retro:firstname.lastname@example.org
Reply 8 of 9, by zapbuzz
nice to see chips without intel all over it (on the circuit boards)