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May 02 2018

15:30
Commodore VC20
15:30
Soundinterfaces
15:30
Sirius Genlock (Amiga Video Editing Peripheral)
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Robotron K 8912 Terminal
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Robotron K 8912 Terminal
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Robotron A 5105 Bildungscomputer (learning system)
15:29
Games on Tapes
15:29
Lernsystem Profi-5
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Profi5 EEPROM programmer
15:29
Lernsystem Profi-5
15:29
Nemesis on some portable PC
And yes, they even set up a leased line and connected a Robotron K 8911 terminal via modem into the Nemesis.
15:29
Nemesis on a GSG 15 graphics terminal
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Playing Nemesis on a Robotron K 8911 Terminal via leased line and modem
15:28
Tono Theta 7000E communications terminal
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Tono Theta 7000E communications terminal
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Morsen lernen
15:28
MC-Computer (DIY, ca. 1983)
DIY microcomputer from the German electronics magazine "mc", based on a Z80 running CP/M. The modular system was developed by Rolf-Dieter Klein, who is famous for the "NDR-Klein-Computer". Details regarding the MC computer (German only): www.hanshehl.de/mc1.htm
15:28
Soldering
Quite common @ vintage computing events: somebody soldering something.
15:28
Keyboard Hacking
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FACIT 4070 Paper Tape Punch
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