The Project Sphinx is a retrofuturistic concept, the proposed design of a soviet home computer from the '80s. Posted by FractionPrism.
Published June 4, 2021
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Check this article from 2016 for more info (this seems to be a machine translation full of errors but contains more details and pictures).
In 1987, the Soviet journal “Technical aesthetics” published an article on the SPHINX, which still impresses with its design and concept.
Also, for more info on the history of computing in the Soviet Union, here is a good Wikipedia piece.
Published on Fri 4th Jun 2021. Featured in KBD #29 (source).
The Sakhr AX-170
is a Z80-based MSX compatible computer from the '80s – posted by gymleader_brock
To put it mildly, this Hammond 12 typewriter with its "ideal" layout raises some questions.
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The Teletype Model 33, an electromechanical teleprinter from the '60s with actual cylinders as its keys.
A cool retro terminal spotted by TyrantFoxx
in a Hugh Jeffreys video.
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