The VC&G Collection

Last Updated: 07/14/2016

Here is the master list of all the computers, video game systems in my collection — what I sometimes more ostentatiously call the "Vintage Computing and Gaming Collection." It's a private collection, but I maintain it mostly to preserve historical artifacts of the video game and computer revolution.

If an item is no longer in the collection, it is noted in a special list at the bottom of each category. Items listed multiple times exist in those quantities in the collection. Why? Because this page is actually how I keep track of what I have. –Benj Edwards

If you'd like to donate items to the collection, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

Non-IBM PC Compatible Computers (197)
Unique Models: 149

  1. Amazon Kindle Fire (7″ original model)
  2. Apple eMac
  3. Apple II+
  4. Apple IIc
  5. Apple IIc (Chris)
  6. Apple IIc (Jim)
  7. Apple IIc+
  8. Apple IIe
  9. Apple IIe Platinum Edition
  10. Apple IIgs ROM 01
  11. Apple IIgs ROM 01
  12. Apple IIgs Rom 03 (W/HD)
  13. Apple III
  14. Apple iMac (G3 - 333 MHz - Bondi)
  15. Apple iMac (G3 Bondi in box)
  16. Apple iMac 27″ (late 2013)
  17. Apple iMac DV+ (G3 - 450 MHz - DVD-ROM - Indigo)
  18. Apple iMac G4 (15″ / Superdrive)
  19. Apple iMac G4 (15″ / Superdrive)
  20. Apple iMac G4 (17″ / Superdrive)
  21. Apple iPad 1
  22. Apple iPad 2
  23. Apple iPhone 3G
  24. Apple iPhone 6 Plus
  25. Apple iPod Touch 2G
  26. Apple iPod Touch 2G (broken screen)
  27. Apple Lisa 2 (w/internal HD)
  28. Apple Mac Classic
  29. Apple Mac Classic II
  30. Apple Mac Color Classic (Ethernet Card)
  31. Apple Mac Color Classic (Lacking HD)
  32. Apple Mac Color Classic (Modified with LC 575 Board)
  33. Apple Mac II
  34. Apple Mac IIci
  35. Apple Mac IIci
  36. Apple Mac IIcx
  37. Apple Mac IIfx
  38. Apple Mac IIsi
  39. Apple Mac IIsi
  40. Apple Mac LC575
  41. Apple Mac LCIII
  42. Apple Mac LCIII
  43. Apple Mac LCIII
  44. Apple Mac Mini (1.25 GHz G4)
  45. Apple Mac Mini (Early 2009, 2GHz Core2Duo)
  46. Apple Mac Mini (Metal)
  47. Apple Mac Mini (Metal)
  48. Apple Mac Plus
  49. Apple Mac Plus
  50. Apple Mac Plus
  51. Apple Mac SE
  52. Apple Mac SE (Power Supply transplated to SE/30)
  53. Apple Mac SE FDHD
  54. Apple Mac SE/30
  55. Apple Mac Quadra 700 (w/Daystar PPC card)
  56. Apple Mac Quadra 950
  57. Apple MacBook Air 13″
  58. Apple MacBook Pro 17″ (early model)
  59. Apple Macintosh (128K)
  60. Apple Macintosh Performa 6214CD
  61. Apple Macintosh Portable (M5120)
  62. Apple Macintosh Portable (M5126)
  63. Apple PowerBook 180
  64. Apple PowerBook 190 (now with 190cs LCD transplant)
  65. Apple PowerBook 190cs
  66. Apple PowerBook 190cs (no LCD)
  67. Apple PowerBook 520
  68. Apple PowerBook 5300c
  69. Apple PowerBook 5300cs
  70. Apple PowerBook Duo 280c
  71. Apple PowerBook G4 1.33 12″ (A1010)
  72. Apple Power Macintosh 5260/100
  73. Apple Power Macintosh 6100/66
  74. Apple Power Macintosh 7300/200
  75. Apple Power Macintosh 7500/100
  76. Apple Power Macintosh G3 (Beige Tower, 333 MHz)
  77. Apple Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White, 400 MHz)
  78. Apple Power Macintosh G5 (dual CPU, from dad)
  79. Atari 1040STE
  80. Atari 1040STF
  81. Atari 1040STF (Kris)
  82. Atari 1200XL
  83. Atari 130XE
  84. Atari 400
  85. Atari 400 (Apart, but works)
  86. Atari 400 (w/keyboard mod & 48k upgrade)
  87. Atari 600XL
  88. Atari 600XL
  89. Atari 800
  90. Atari 800
  91. Atari 800XL
  92. Atari 800XL
  93. Atari Mega ST2
  94. Atari Mega STE
  95. Atari TT030
  96. Atari XEGS
  97. Coleco Adam (ColecoVision expansion module)
  98. Coleco Adam (stand-alone)
  99. Commodore 128
  100. Commodore 128D
  101. Commodore 64
  102. Commodore 64 (in box)
  103. Commodore 64 (for parts)
  104. Commodore 64 (Rev. A)
  105. Commodore 64c
  106. Commodore 64c
  107. Commodore Amiga 1000
  108. Commodore Amiga 1000
  109. Commodore Amiga 3000
  110. Commodore Amiga 500
  111. Commodore Amiga 500
  112. Commodore PET 2001-32-N
  113. Commodore Plus/4 in Box
  114. Commodore SX-64
  115. Commodore VIC-20
  116. Commodore VIC-20 (in box)
  117. Commodore VIC-20 (in box)
  118. Commodore VIC-20 (in box)
  119. Compaq PC Companion C140 (w/Memory Expansion)
  120. Cybiko “Wireless Inter-Tainment System” Ver. 1 (Blue)
  121. Cybiko “Wireless Inter-Tainment System” Ver. 2 (Yellow)
  122. DEC MicroPDP-11/23+
  123. DEC MicroPDP-11/23+
  124. Epson QX-10
  125. Ericsson MC 218 Mobile Companion
  126. Everex Model PK10 (Win CE PDA)
  127. Handspring Visor Deluxe (Clear)
  128. Handspring Visor Deluxe (Blue)
  129. Handspring Visor Pro (Silver)
  130. Heathkit H89
  131. HP Integral Computer
  132. HP iPAQ rx3115 PocketPC
  133. HP Jornada 820
  134. HP-75D (BASIC Handheld/Calculator)
  135. HP-85 (No tape drive)
  136. IBM Simon Smartphone
  137. Kaypro II
  138. Laser 128EX (Apple IIc clone)
  139. Laser pc4 (Portable LCD Computer)
  140. MackIntosh (Apple II Clone)
  141. Mattel Aquarius
  142. Mattel Aquarius
  143. Mattel Intellivision ECS Module
  144. Mattel Intellivision ECS Module
  145. Micromint Z8 Basic Computer/Controller
  146. NEC MobilePro 780
  147. NEC PC-8201A
  148. NEC PC-8201A
  149. NEC PC-8500 (CP/M Laptop)
  150. Next Thing Co. Pocket C.H.I.P. (CHIP)
  151. Osborne 1
  152. Palm Tungsten T
  153. Raspberry Pi 1 Model B
  154. Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
  155. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
  156. Sanyo SPC Super Sanno Primary Computer (MSX)
  157. Sega SC-3000H (John Sands Australian Model)
  158. SGI Indy
  159. SGI Indy
  160. Sun SPARCStation IPX Model 478
  161. Sun Ultra 1
  162. Sun Ultra 10 Tower
  163. SWTPC 6800 (assembled)
  164. SWTPC 6800 (unassembled kit)
  165. Tandy 102
  166. Tandy 200
  167. TI-99/4a
  168. TI-99/4a
  169. TI-99/4a Beige
  170. TI-99/4a in box
  171. TI-99/4a in box
  172. Tiger Learning Computer
  173. Timex-Sinclair 1000
  174. Timex-Sinclair 1000
  175. Timex-Sinclair 2068 Color Personal Computer
  176. TRS-80 Color Computer 1
  177. TRS-80 Color Computer 1
  178. TRS-80 Color Computer 2
  179. TRS-80 Color Computer 2
  180. TRS-80 Color Computer 3
  181. TRS-80 Color Computer 3
  182. TRS-80 MC-10
  183. TRS-80 MC-10
  184. TRS-80 Model 1 (Level II)
  185. TRS-80 Model 100
  186. TRS-80 Model 100
  187. TRS-80 Model 12
  188. TRS-80 Model 4P
  189. TRS-80 Pocket Computer
  190. Vector Graphics Vector 1
  191. VideoBrain Family Computer
  192. VTech I.Q. Unlimited (IQ Unlimited)
  193. VTech I.Q. Unlimited (in box)
  194. VTech PreComputer 1000
  195. Yamaha CX5M (MSX-compatible Music Computer w/FM Synthesis)
  196. Zenith Data Systems EIA-416 (Model no. BF-100-21)
  197. Zenith Data Systems EIA-416 (Model no. ZW-111-32)

Formerly Owned: 22

  1. Apple IIc (left body to science) [RIP 11/2007]
  2. Apple IIe (Apart, recycled 06-2011)
  3. Apple IIe [Gave to Doug, 4/2012]
  4. Apple IIe (victim of cleaning) [RIP 12/2008]
  5. Apple IIe (yucky speaker mod, recycled 06-2011)
  6. Apple iMac DV (G3 - 400 MHz - DVD-ROM - Blueberry) [Donated to Friend 05/29/2011
  7. Apple Lisa 2 [Sold at RARSfest 2012]
  8. Apple Mac IIci (used for parts) [RIP 05/2006]
  9. Apple Mac IIsi (battery leak) [RIP 10/2009]
  10. Apple Mac Plus (cleaning victim)
  11. Apple Mac Plus (cleaning victim) [RIP 05/2011]
  12. Apple Mac Plus (CRT transplanted to SE/30) [RIP 10/2007]
  13. Apple Mac SE (from DH) [Donated to Friend 05/29/2011
  14. Commodore 64 (donated a kidney) [RIP 09/2008]
  15. Commodore 64 (non-working) [RIP 09/2008]
  16. Commodore SX-64 [Sold at RARSfest 2012]
  17. Commodore VIC-20 (non-working) [RIP 09/2008]
  18. HP Jornada 680 (Sold in 05/2003, eBay)
  19. Panasonic Electronic Filing System - Main Unit (KV-F520) [Recycled early 2014]
  20. Sun Ultra 1 (declutter monster ate it) [RIP 10/28/2009]
  21. Sun Ultra 1 (declutter monster ate it) [RIP 10/28/2009]
  22. TRS-80 Color Computer 2 (non-working, recycled 06-2011)

IBM PC Original, Compatible, or Derivative Computers (65)
Unique Models: 62

* = Cooler than a generic clone (27).

  1. 386SX PC Clone (Beige tower, old games machine)
  2. 486 PC Clone (Beige Tower, ex-Nuke)
  3. 486 PC Clone (Lori)
  4. Alix 3D3 System (BBS Server)*
  5. Alix 3D3 System (spare)*
  6. Alton Generic PC (486 DX2?)
  7. Atari Portfolio*
  8. Athlon 700 MHz System (Blood PC)
  9. Athlon XP 3000+ System (Shoebox PC)
  10. Atoz EZgo EZ-I+*
  11. Aqcess Qbe 2000 Series (400MHz Tablet Computer)*
  12. Compaq Contura Aero 4/25*
  13. Compaq Contura Aero 4/33C*
  14. Compaq IA-1 ("Internet Appliance")*
  15. CS&S Model 286-12zs (Chris' PC)
  16. DEC Rainbow*
  17. Dell Inspiron Mini 1012
  18. eMachines T3508 (3.33 GHz Celeron D)
  19. eMachines T5254 (2.1 GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2)
  20. eWay TQ-50
  21. eWay TQ-Mini*
  22. Grid Model 2260 (Convertable Tablet)*
  23. HP-95LX Handheld*
  24. HP Pavilion 8776C PC (1GHz AMD Athlon)
  25. HP Pavilion 6745C PC (700MHz Celeron)
  26. IBM 5155 Luggable*
  27. IBM Aptiva (Model 2139-E5D)
  28. IBM NetVista X41i*
  29. IBM PC AT*
  30. IBM PCjr*
  31. IBM PC Radio 9075*
  32. IBM PC Radio 9075*
  33. IBM PS/1 486DX2 50MHz
  34. IBM PS/1 486SX 25MHz
  35. IBM PS/2 (Ed's PC, need model #)
  36. IBM PS/2 Model 25 (8525) Type 1*
  37. IBM PS/2 Model 70*
  38. IBM PS/2 Model 70 (486 upgrade)*
  39. IBM Thinkpad Model 600 (266 MHz)
  40. Intel Atom System (Black, Former BBS Server)
  41. Intel Core Duo 2 System (Black Mesh Tower)
  42. Intel Core i5-2500K System (Corsair Tower)
  43. Intel Dot Station (circa-2000 "Web Appliance")*
  44. ITT Extra
  45. ITT Extra (Rare 286 Version)
  46. MicroQuest 425SX 486 PC Clone
  47. Monorail Model 133*
  48. NCR System 3125 - Model 0100 (Pen-Based 386 Tablet)*
  49. NEC Multispeed Microcomputer (LCD Laptop)*
  50. Olivetti M24 Personal Computer
  51. Packard Bell PB8810 (AT clone)
  52. Panasonic Senior Partner (luggable)*
  53. Pentium I 100 MHz System (clock problem)
  54. Pentium I 200 MHz System (old MUSH Server)
  55. Pentium II 233 MHz System (old workhorse)
  56. Sony VAIO PCG-N505VE Laptop
  57. Tandy 1000EX*
  58. Tandy 1400FD Laptop
  59. Tandy 1800HD Laptop
  60. Toshiba Satellite 1410-S174 (Laptop)
  61. Toshiba T1000 (Very Early PC LCD Laptop)*
  62. Toshiba T1100 Plus (Laptop)*
  63. Toshiba T1600 (Laptop)*
  64. Wandel and Goltermann "Protocol Analyzer"*
  65. Wyse Cx0 (thin client PC)*

Formerly Owned: 8

  1. Alix 3D3 System* [Gave to Dad, 2012]
  2. Athlon XP 64 3000 System (with quiet case) (Sold 07-2007)
  3. Compaq Desktop PC with small case [Sold RARSfest 2012]
  4. Dell Optiplex GX1 (Model DCM - 350 MHz) [Sold RARSfest 2012]
  5. Epson Equity I+ (PC XT Clone, Kirk's PC) [RIP 4/2012]
  6. IBM Thinkpad Model 390 Type 2626 [Sold RARSfest 2012]
  7. IBM Thinkpad Model 600 (266 MHz, for parts) [RIP 10/2009]
  8. Visual 1083* (incomplete, recycled 06-2011)
  9. Zenith Laptop (old) [RIP 05/2006]

Terminals (13)
Unique Models: 10

  1. AT&T Sceptre Videotex Terminal
  2. DEC VT-125
  3. DEC VT-125
  4. Heathkit H-19
  5. Lear Siegler, Inc. (LSI) ADM 5
  6. Motorola AlphaMate II (two-line LCD pager terminal)
  7. RCA APT Video Terminal
  8. Scanset Model 416
  9. SWTPC CT-64 (plastic case)
  10. SWTPC CT-64 (metal case)
  11. TI Silent 700 Data Terminal
  12. TI Silent 700 Data Terminal
  13. Visual 65

Formerly Owned: 2

  1. Incoterm A103-06 (Airline reservation terminal) (Donated to museum 04/2010)
  2. ITT (Qume) QVT-101 Plus (video problem, recycled 06-2011)

Calculators (19)
Unique Models: 19

  1. Casio CM-100
  2. Casio LC-825
  3. CBM US-1M
  4. HP-11C
  5. HP-12C
  6. HP-18C
  7. HP-35
  8. HP-35S
  9. HP-42S
  10. HP-45
  11. HP-48G
  12. HP-67
  13. Monroe Calculating Machine (Mechanical)
  14. Olivetti Multisumma 20 (Mechanical)
  15. Sharp Compet 363 (Nixie Tubes)
  16. TI-5100 Desktop (VFD)
  17. TI-64
  18. TI-81
  19. TI-92

Formerly Owned: 1

  1. TI-83 Plus (Sold 09/2005)

Typewriters / Word Processors (6)
Unique Models: 6

  1. AlphaSmart 2000 (Portable LCD keyboard note pad)
  2. Royal Mechanical (Circa 30s or 40s)
  3. Sears Electric Model ?? (Circa late 70s)
  4. Smith Corona Galaxie Deluxe (Circa Late ’60s)
  5. Smith Corona PWS 104 (add on)
  6. Tandy WP-2 Portable Word Processor

Formerly Owned: 1

  1. Lanier Model 103 WP System (1978)

Video Game Consoles (131)
Unique Models: 103

  1. Aaronix (Famicom clone)
  2. APF MP1000
  3. Amstrad GX4000
  4. Atari 2600 4-Switch
  5. Atari 2600 4-Switch
  6. Atari 2600 4-Switch
  7. Atari 2600 4-Switch
  8. Atari 2600 4-Switch
  9. Atari 2600 6-Switch
  10. Atari 2600 6-Switch
  11. Atari 2600 Jr.
  12. Atari 5200 (2-port)
  13. Atari 7800
  14. Atari 7800
  15. Atari Flashback (Built-in games console)
  16. Atari Flashback 2.0
  17. Atari Flashback 2.0
  18. Atari Jaguar
  19. Atari Jaguar CD
  20. Atari Lynx
  21. Atari Stunt Cycle
  22. Atari Video Pinball
  23. ATGames 110 Games Motion Control Sonic System
  24. Bally Professional Arcade (Astrocade)
  25. Bandai SwanCrystal
  26. Bandai WonderSwan Color (Final Fantasy Edition)
  27. Basic Fun Atari Joystick Keychain (Asteroids/Millipede)
  28. Basic Fun Atari Joystick Keychain (Yars' Revenge/Centipede)
  29. Bentley Compuvision (Pong clone)
  30. Coleco Colecovision
  31. Coleco Expansion Module #3 (Atari)
  32. dreamGear My Arcade Portable Gaming System
  33. dreamGear Retro Play TV Controller
  34. Emerson Arcadia 2001
  35. Fairchild Channel F (Model 1)
  36. GCE Vectrex
  37. Jakks Pacific Atari TV Games
  38. Jakks Pacific Golden Tee (TV Games)
  39. Jakks Pacific Namco 5-in-1 (TV Games)
  40. Jakks Pacific Namco Ms. Pac-Man Collection (TV Games)
  41. Jakks Pacific Namco Wireless Ms. Pac-Man Collection (TV Games)
  42. Jakks Pacific Super Pac-Man (TV Games)
  43. Jakks Pacific Wheel of Fortune (TV Games)
  44. Magnavox Odyssey 1 (First VG System, 1972)
  45. Magnavox Odyssey 2
  46. Magnavox Odyssey 2 (non-working)
  47. Magnavox Odyssey 2000 (Pong clone)
  48. Mammoth Toys Commodore 64 30-in-1 (TV Games)
  49. Mattel Intellivision I
  50. Mattel Intellivision II
  51. Messiah Generation NEX (NES Clone)
  52. Microsoft Xbox
  53. Microsoft Xbox 360 (non-working)
  54. Milton-Bradley MBX System (TI-99/4A Accessory)
  55. Milton-Bradley Microvision
  56. National Semiconductor Adversary
  57. NEC Turbografx-16
  58. NEC TurboExpress
  59. Neo Geo Pocket Color
  60. Neo Geo Pocket Color (in box)
  61. Nintendo 3DS
  62. Nintendo 64
  63. Nintendo 64 (Missing RAM cover)
  64. Nintendo 64 (currently apart)
  65. Nintendo AV Family Computer (Famicom)
  66. Nintendo DS (gray)
  67. Nintendo DS (pink)
  68. Nintendo DS Lite (Blue)
  69. Nintendo Game Boy (clean)
  70. Nintendo Game Boy (my original unit)
  71. Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  72. Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  73. Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP
  74. Nintendo Game Boy Color
  75. Nintendo Game Boy Light (Released in Japan Only)
  76. Nintendo Game Boy Light (Released in Japan Only)
  77. Nintendo Game Boy Micro
  78. Nintendo Game Boy Pocket
  79. Nintendo Gamecube (Black)
  80. Nintendo Gamecube (Purple)
  81. Nintendo Entertainment System
  82. Nintendo Entertainment System
  83. Nintendo Entertainment System
  84. Nintendo Entertainment System
  85. Nintendo Entertainment System
  86. Nintendo Entertainment System (BFJ)
  87. Nintendo Entertainment System (Josh)
  88. Nintendo Entertainment System (in box, Chris)
  89. Nintendo Entertainment System - Model 2
  90. Nintendo New 3DS XL
  91. Nintendo Super NES
  92. Nintendo Super NES
  93. Nintendo Super NES Model 2
  94. Nintendo Virtual Boy
  95. Nintendo Wii
  96. Nintendo Wii U
  97. Polaroid 15-in-1 Game Controller
  98. Radica Space Invaders (TV Games)
  99. Radio Shack TV Scoreboard (Model 60-3060)
  100. RCA Studio II
  101. Sears Telegames Sports Center
  102. Sega 32X
  103. Sega CD Model 1
  104. Sega CD Model 2
  105. Sega Dreamcast
  106. Sega Game Gear
  107. Sega Genesis Model 1
  108. Sega Genesis Model 2
  109. Sega Genesis Model 2
  110. Sega Master System
  111. Sega Master System
  112. Sega Master System
  113. Sega Nomad
  114. Sega Power Base Converter (Plays SMS Games on Genesis)
  115. Sega Saturn
  116. Sharp Twin Famicom (Black)
  117. Sony PlayStation
  118. Sony PlayStation
  119. Sony PlayStation 2 (Fat Model, broken)
  120. Sony PlayStation 2 (Slim Model)
  121. Sony PlayStation 3 (Fat)
  122. Sony PlayStation 3 (Slim)
  123. Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP)
  124. Sony PlayStation TV
  125. Sony PSone (with Sony LCD screen)
  126. Tiger Game.com (Model 1)
  127. Tiger Game.com Pocket Pro
  128. Tri-Star Super 8 (NES to SNES Adapter)
  129. Unknown Famicom Clone (Japanese NES)
  130. Valve Steam Link
  131. VTech Socrates Educational Video System

Formerly Owned: 7

  1. Atari Video Pinball (non-working, recycled 06-2011)
  2. Bentley Compuvision (Torn apart ~1995)
  3. Coleco Colecovision (non-working, recycled 06-2011)
  4. GCE Vectrex [Sold at RARSfest 2012]
  5. Nintendo NES (Became NES DVD Player, Sold 07/2006)
  6. Panasonic 3DO (Sold on eBay, 2001)
  7. Phillips CD-I (Sold on eBay, 2001)

Electronic Toys / Games / Other (43)
Unique Models: 40

  1. Aeronix Zipit Wireless Messenger Z2
  2. Amazon Fire TV (1st Gen)
  3. Amazon Fire TV Stick (1st Gen)
  4. Amazon Kindle (3rd Gen)
  5. Amazon Kindle (3rd Gen)
  6. Apple iPod (10 GB - 2nd generation)
  7. Apple iPod (20 GB - 4th generation, bad HD)
  8. Apple iPod (30 GB - 5th generation late 2006)
  9. Apple TV (2nd Gen)
  10. Atari Video Music
  11. Bandai DigiMon Keychain Virtual Pet
  12. Coleco Quiz-Wiz
  13. Franklin MWD-400 Merriam-Webster Electronic Dictionary
  14. Google Chromecast (1st Gen)
  15. Heathkit ET-3400 Microprocessor Trainer
  16. Laplat DPC-640A digital camera
  17. Lego Mindstorms Robotics Set
  18. Nintendo Pokemon Pikachu Virtual Pet
  19. Nintendo "Super Mario Bros." Game and Watch
  20. Mattel Electronics "Auto Race" (LED Game)
  21. Milton Bradley Big Trak
  22. Milton Bradley Simon
  23. Mitsubishi Visitel (Luma Technology LU-500-01) Picture Phone
  24. Mitsubishi Visitel (Luma Technology LU-500-01) Picture Phone
  25. Ohio Art Etch-A-Sketch Animator
  26. Ohio Art Eto (Essentially Etch-A-Sketch on a TV)
  27. Panasonic PV-SD4090 Digital Camera (SuperDisk)
  28. Radio Shack - 12 Computerized Arcade
  29. Radio Shack Armatron
  30. Radio Shack Soccer Electonic Keychain Game
  31. Sony FD Mavica (MVC-FD75)
  32. Tandy Cosmic 1000 Fire Away
  33. Tandy Science Fair Microcomputer Trainer
  34. Texas Instruments Speak & Spell (original chiclet model)
  35. Tiger Electornic Street Fighter II
  36. Tiger Electronic Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
  37. Tiger Electronic Rocketeer
  38. Tiger Furby (Orange & White Giraffe Pattern Fur)
  39. Tiger Furby (Orange & Black Tiger Stripes Pattern Fur)
  40. Tiger R-Zone (w/Batman Forever Cart)
  41. VTech Talking Whiz-Kid (1987)
  42. VTL Computron (1980)
  43. Western Digital WD TV Live

Obsolete Media Players (7)
Unique Models: 7

  1. RCA 1958 "Compact Cassette" Player (1/4″ Tape)
  2. RCA LDR 600 Laserdisc Player
  3. RCA Selectavision CED Player (Model SGT 075)
  4. Record-A-Call Model 655 Telephone Answering System
  5. Revox 77A Reel-to-Reel Tape Recorder
  6. Sears Betavision VCR E71351 Model # 562.53121350
  7. Signature Junior "Solid State 1607″ RtR Recorder

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Items I'm Looking For

Last Updated: 03/06/2008

Below is a list of items I'm especially looking for at the moment. If you have any of these items and would like to donate them to the VC&G collection, please contact me.

If you have any other computer or video game items that are looking for a good home, feel free to contact me as well (even if it's something I already have). I'm always looking out for accessories, unique monitors, magazines, and software too. I am willing to pay shipping costs on all accepted donations or pick up donations local to the Raleigh, NC, USA area.

All donors will be honored in the Donation Hall of Fame (unless, of course, you request otherwise).

Computer Related

  1. APF Imagination Machine
  2. Apple Lisa ("Twiggy" drive model)
  3. Apple Newton MessagePad (any model)
  4. Atari Falcon 030
  5. Atari Mega ST
  6. Atari Mega STE
  7. Atari TT (TT030)
  8. Canon Cat
  9. Casio FX-9000P
  10. Commodore Amiga 2000
  11. Commodore Amiga 3000
  12. Commodore Amiga 4000
  13. Commodore PET 2001 (original model)
  14. Compaq Portable I, II, or III, etc.
  15. Compucolor II
  16. Development systems or accessories
  17. Electronic word processors
  18. Hewlett-Packard HP-150
  19. Hewlett-Packard HP 9000 750 Workstation (or other 9000 workstations)
  20. IBM EduQuest Models 35, 40, 45, 50, or 55
  21. IBM PCjr Chiclet Keyboard
  22. IBM PC 5150
  23. Interact Model One
  24. Jupiter Ace
  25. MITS Altair
  26. NeXT Cube (NeXTcube)
  27. NeXT Station (NeXTstation)
  28. Ohio Scientific Challenger 1P, 2P, etc.
  29. Panasonic JR-200
  30. Processor Technology Sol
  31. Prototypes
  32. S-100 Based Computers
  33. Sinclair Spectrum
  34. Sinclair QL
  35. Spectravideo SV-318
  36. Texas Instruments TI-99/4 (not 4A)
  37. VideoBrain Family Computer
  38. VTech Laser 200

Video Game Related

  1. Apple / Bandai Pippin
  2. Bally Astrocade
  3. Commodore CD-32
  4. Development systems or accessories
  5. Fairchild Channel F
  6. FM Towns Marty
  7. Goldstar 3DO
  8. In-store demo units
  9. Magnavox Odyssey 1 stuff (especially light gun set)
  10. NEC TurboDuo
  11. NEC TurboGrafx-CD
  12. Nintendo 64DD (optical drive unit)
  13. Nintendo Super Famicom
  14. Panasonic 3DO
  15. Prototypes
  16. Sanyo 3DO
  17. SNK Neo-Geo
  18. SNK Neo-Geo CD-ROM

Printed Matter

  1. Artwork (paintings, drawings, photos, etc.)
  2. Books
  3. Catalogs
  4. Company documents
  5. Computer magazines
  6. Computer manuals
  7. Electronics magazines
  8. Photographs of vintage items, people, events, companies
  9. Posters
  10. Product brochures or sales literature
  11. Schematics
  12. Software manuals
  13. Technical, training, or programming literature
  14. Video game magazines
  15. Video game manuals

Other Media

  1. Computer-related video tapes or discs (i.e. Computer training videos)
  2. Computer software (Any media: i.e. paper tape, cassette tape, disk, CD-ROM, DVD)
  3. Instructional audio tapes, discs, records, LPs
  4. Musical audio tapes, discs, records, LPs
  5. Video game-related video tapes or discs (i.e. Video game hint guides)
  6. Video game software (cartridges, optical discs, etc.)

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The bottom line: if you have anything computer or video game related (any media, any condition) and you're looking to send it to a good home as a donation, send me an email.