Tag: history (148 entries)
MellowMartian found his uncle's Compucolor II computer from 1979.
A photodump of my latest acquisition, a nice Memorex Model 88 key from 1987.
Some thoughts in defense of the often ridiculed Honeywell H316 kitchen computer.
I've done my research (including ABBA and Billy Joel) while cleaning a gorgeous 1982 Philips keyboard belonging to a PM 4422 computer.
A pocket-sized chording typewriter with six keys by Benjamin Livermore – from the 1850s.
This cool Berthold fototype diatronic typesetting machine was spotted by OnlineLion.
Inspired by old letterpress type cases, Attoparsec designed a keyboard based on the California Two Thirds layout.
Kali aka Sharktastica, expert and enjoyer of vintage IBM keyboards, looks back at some of the accomplishments and events of the last year.
Thomas, the guy behind the Chyrosran22 YouTube channel, sums up how keyboards changed during the last fifty years and takes a look at the explosion of innovations that have happened in the field over the last few years.
The NEC M-System was a Japanese input method and a series of word processor keyboards introduced in 1983. Posted by wj-zhe.
The Sakhr AX-170 is a Z80-based MSX compatible computer from the '80s – posted by gymleader_brock.
A Czechoslovakian Didaktik Gama spotted by themiracy.
An Abekas A72 digital character generator spotted by drake9800.
The Rolco-60 by Rolitron was a dedicated microcomputer for currency exchange facilities in the early '90s.
An intriguing keyboard layout: Console in Chornobyl Control Room 3 posted by Hunor_Deak.
My annual photo shoot of my (mostly vintage) keyboard collection.
Keybordle spotted a BBC Micro in London's science museum, giving an opportunity to mention its historic role.
The Otrona 2001 is a cool and rare vintage computer from 1984. Posted by Cerb-r-us.
The unique ergoLogic keyboard with adjustable tenting angle – posted by datnarwhal4.
A keyboard from the ESA Director of Operations bench spotted by evil_noodles.
autonomouschair spotted a gorgeous Tandberg Data keyboard in the Oslo National Museum.
A Hottek 1KB101 keyboard with HTK switches – reviewed by Chyrosran22.
A Tesla Consul 259.6 keyboard from a Soviet mainframe computer terminal – restored and posted by chernobyl_dude
A 1984 Luxor ABC77 keyboard from the Swedish army posted by sadolf.
This gorgeous Dynalogic Hyperion, a Canadian luggable from the early '80s, was posted by snuci.
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