Atari Mega ST2 Label

An Atari Mega ST2

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The next member of my collection is an Atari Mega ST2, ideal for upgrading to 4MB. The Mega ST series was available in three RAM sizes (1, 2, and 4MB). The common feature was the new housing with separate keyboard. This provided the series with a more professional look. In contrast to the 260/520/1040 series, […]

Atari 1040STFM #3

The third Atari 1040ST (#3)

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The third Atari 1040ST of my collection, is (similar to the first one) again an STFM, so the version including the RF modulator. Technical Data TypeSTFM RAM1MB (2 banks 512 kB each, each with 4 Chips) BoardC103175 Rev.1 Serial NumberA192V4008834M FloppySony MP-F11W-5DU TOS1.02 (original) StateSlightly yellowed, keyboard with more yellowing, quite good general state. No […]

1088XEL board populated full


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In addition to collecting old home computers from the 80s, I am spending a lot of time in different vintage computer projects, ie. I also like to play with the soldering iron 🙂 This is usually very necessary, since most computers of the 80s do not really end up on my desk in a workable […] collection


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This is an introduction to my website about retro computing and my hobby. After some preliminary work – research on content management systems, web design, familiarization with WordPress and setting up the basic web design – I am now starting to talk a little bit about my hobby “Retro Computing”. As a child of the […]