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Virtual VCFe 1.0

More than 50 Computers have been on display during VCFe 1.0. This page may give some impressions.

We would like to thank Hans Hübner for his fine pictures.


Exhibitionmap

Apple Computers

Apple //gs

Apple //e mit //gs Aufrüstsatz mit Monitor /// und 5 1/4" Laufwerk. Eigentlich kein Ausstellungsstück, sondern der Steuerungsrechner des Nerdquiz.
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (34,0 kB)
Large (223,3 kB)


Mac Portable

DWell, as the name implies, the first portable Mac :)
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (31,0 kB)
Large (184,5 kB)


MacPlus


(Collection Wolfgang Rapp)
Middle (23,8 kB)
Large (223,3 kB)


Mac IIcx


(Collection Wolfgang Rapp)
Middle (26,0 kB)
Large (193,7 kB)


Mac LC II

LC II (left side) with a nice full page display from apple.
(Collection Wolfgang Rapp)
Middle (26,2 kB)
Large (203,8 kB)


MacIntosh II and PowerBook


(Collection Wolfgang Rapp)
Middle (32,5 kB)
Large (218,2 kB)


Performa 630


(Collection Wolfgang Rapp)
Middle (36,1 kB)
Large (237,2 kB)


eMate

The Newton Laptop
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (30,3 kB)
Large (298,0 kB)


Motorola Marco

Not a genuine Apple, but as a Newton descendant this his place. The Motorola Marco is basicly a Newton Messagepad (OMP) with a build in radio modem - quite a great Idea 10 years ago !
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (20,9 kB)
Large (172,6 kB)



Atari

Atari 400

The first Atari home computer.
(Collection ???)
Middle (40,6 kB)
Large (273,0 kB)


Atari 800

'Big' brother of the 400.
(Collection ???)
Middle (42,0 kB)
Large (266,4 kB)


Atari 600 XL


(Collection ???)
Middle (35,1 kB)
Large (248,9 kB)


Atari 800 XL

800 XL with 1050 floppy drive and a expansion box (XL Expansion System 1090).
(Collection ???)
Middle (40,5 kB)
Large (252,7 kB)


Atari 1200 XL


(Collection ???)
Middle (34,6 kB)
Large (207,2 kB)


Atari 1450 XLD

Eventualy the rarest 8 Bit Atari. Only a single prototype run of the 1450 XLD was ever made.
(Collection ???)
Middle (41,6 kB)
Large (256,8 kB)


Atari 130XE

The 8 Bit counterpart to the professional ST series (together with the 65XE).
(Collection ???)
Middle (47,7 kB)
Large (268,7 kB)



Commodore Business Machines

KIM-1

The foundation of all 65xx history - the very first 6502 kit computer. Please note the white first edition manuals.
(Computer Matthias Schmitt, Books H.Franke)
Middle (32,0 kB)
Large (197,1 kB)


PET 2001

8 K US model with chicklet keyboard
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (30,7 kB)
Large (184,6 kB)


PET 2001

16 K and a 'professional' keyboard
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (31,0 kB)
Large (184,5 kB)


CBM 8032

German keyboard an metall case
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (29,5 kB)
Large (173,6 kB)


CBM II B500

Prototype Unit for the 610 series (B256 series in the US)
(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (28,4 kB)
Large (182,9 kB)


CBM II 710LP


(Collection H.Franke)
Middle (28,9 kB)
Large (163,0 kB)


Commodore VC 20

VC 20, Expansion Box VC 1020 and a huge pile of ROM modules
(Collection ???)
Middle (44,3 kB)
Large (266,2 kB)


Commodore Plus4

Plus4 with ROM-Port drive 1551
(Collection ???)
Middle (48,6 kB)
Large (293,6 kB)


Commodore C 16


(Collection ???)
Middle (41,0 kB)
Large (261,5 kB)


C 116


(Collection ???)
Middle (36,6 kB)
Large (238,7 kB)


C 128


(Collection ???)
Middle (28,9 kB)
Large (159,6 kB)


Commodore SX64

The portable 64
(Collection ???)
Middle (39,5 kB)
Large (248,3 kB)


C 64 II


(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (28,9 kB)
Large (159,6 kB)


C 128 D

Commodore 128 mit seperated keyboard and integrated 1571 drive.
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (39,5 kB)
Large (248,3 kB)


C 128 D Portable

the portable version of the C 128 D - the keyboard could be stored below the unit.
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (29,9 kB)
Large (182,7 kB)


Amiga 500

Commodore Amiga 500 with 3 MB RAM und harddisk A590. Since the HD failed, a new (and huge, 80 MB) SCSI drive had to be installed during VCFe :)
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (29,9 kB)
Large (182,7 kB)



Digital Equipment Cooperation

VAX 11/750

Eventualy the real weight wight champion of VCFe 1.0.
(Collection Chris Wunder)
Middle (36,9 kB)
Large (234,2 kB)


MicroVAX

MicroVAX 3400 and VAX Server 3300
(Collection H.Huebner)
Middle (30,7 kB)
Large (184,6 kB)


VAX Station 3100 and VAX Station 2000

And a VT220 atop the pile.
(Collection ???)
Middle (36,9 kB)
Large (234,2 kB)


DEC Sektion

Various DEC stuff
(Collection Hans Huebner and Frederik Meerwaldt)
Middle (47,7 kB)
Large (306,5 kB)


DEC Trainer

Trainer Kit, based on a LSI-11 CPU (and a proud Owner).
(Collection Bernhard Riedel)
Middle (49,9 kB)
Large (234,2 kB)



Robotron

Z 1013

Z 1013 CPU in K 8912 Terminal/Caseing and a realy remarkable self build keyboard.
(Collection Helmut Elsner)
Middle (43,3 kB)
Large (221,9 kB)


KC 87

Robotron 9001 (aka KC 87)
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (37,8 kB)
Large (240,2 kB)



CP/M Rechner

Big Board


(Collection Paul Lenz)
Middle (37,8 kB)
Large (221,9 kB)


ABC-24


(Collection Gaby Chaudry)
Middle (37,5 kB)
Large (243,5 kB)


Philips P-2000 C

P-2000 C and external Xebec harddrive (10 MB!).
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (30,7 kB)
Large (198,06 kB)



Desktop Calculators

Canola 164P

EA punch card programmable desktop calculator from Japan.
(Collection Matthias Schmitt)
Middle (31,6 kB)
Large (205,7 kB)


Facit

Elektromechanical desktop calculator.
(Collection Philip Belben)
Middle (28,6 kB)
Large (176,6 kB)



Other Computers

Just in alphabetical order - there's eventualy no other way to sort this fine gear.

CPC 464

Schneider CPC 464, the German OEM Version of the English Amstrad CPC 464.
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (45,8 kB)
Large (248,6 kB)


CDC Cyber 170

Operator terminal (Console) of a Control Data Cyber 170a.
(Collection John Zabolitzky)
Middle (33,3 kB)
Large (247,0 kB)


Dragon 32


(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (37,6 kB)
Large (212,1 kB)


Tano Dragon 64

A US OWM Version of the British Dragon 64. There are 4 brand new Tano Daragons within this ordinary box - brand new and never opened - not even the outer box - since 20 years.
(Collection Hans Franke)
Middle (??,? kB)
Large (???,? kB)


Epson HX 20


(Collection Philip Belben)
Middle (33,9 kB)
Large (206,0 kB)


Muniac

One of the most notable exhibition pices - a brand new digital tube computer!
(Collection John Zabolitzky)
Middle (46,1 kB)
Large (277,3 kB)


Sharp MZ-80K

The Japaneese answer to the Comodore PET - used to controll the Egg machine.
(Collection Paul Lenz)
Middle (39,9 kB)
Large (230,3 kB)


Sinclair ZX-81

ZX-81 with a huge assembly of add ons - please note the enhanced keyboard.
(Collection ???)
Middle (45,5 kB)
Large (247,1 kB)


Symmetric 375

NSC 32032 based Unix computer (BSD) - upside down.
(Collection Julian Stacey)
Middle (34,1 kB)
Large (190,9 kB)


Tektronix 40??

6800 computer with a storrage tube (!) as display.
(Collection Phillip Belben)
Middle (39,8 kB)
Large (242,2 kB)



Zu außergewöhnlich für jede andere Überschrift

The Egg Machine

A must for every house hold: the original Egg processing machine.
(Collection Paul Lenz)
Middle (54,5 kB)
Large (314,3kB)


Musikmachine

We solved the riddle who composes all these elevator music: An artificial intelligence generating an endless music stream (Sharp MZ-80K assembly language manuals in the foreground)
(Collection Paul Lenz)
Middle (42,3 kB)
Large (252,9 kB)


Das Kipu (Quipu)

The Inca method of perisent data storage: knots in a string (some pictures of the Computer History Center in California by John Lawson in the foreground).
(Collection Sallam Ismail)
Middle (54,5 kB)
Large (314,3kB)



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