collecting old computers! The progress in the computer industry is so
lightning fast that computers will very quick become museum items. I
try to collect some milestones and classical computers. For example the
first PC, the first portable, the first true laptop and so on. I want
all my computers to be in original shape, unmodified and in working
condition. It is also fine if original OS, manuals and software are
As the museum is located in
Sweden I have a special focus on Swedish
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The Poqet PC is a very small,
portable IBM PC compatible computer, introduced in 1989 by Poqet
Computer Corporation with a price of $2000. The computer was
discontinued after Fujitsu Ltd. bought Poqet Computer Corp. It was the
first subnotebook form factor IBM-PC compatible computer that ran
MS-DOS. The Poqet PC is powered by two AA-size batteries.
Size: 8.8 in (220 mm) x 4.3 in (110 mm) x 1 in (25 mm), Weight: 1.2 lb
(0.54 kg) w/batteries
Battery life: 50-100 hours (But expect a lot less if running long, cpu-intensive
Microprocessor: 80C88 / 7 MHz,
Memory: 640 KB SRAM
Display: Reflective DSTN (no backlight) Display compatibility: MDA: 80 ×
25 characters, CGA: 640 × 200 pixels
PCMCIA: 2 × Type I, Revision 1.0 memory card slots, Secondary storage:
Drive A: 512 KB-2 MB PCMCIA (not included) Drive B: 512-2 MB PCMCIA (not
included), Drive C: 768 KB ROM drive with MS-DOS 3.3 and PoqetTools,
Drive D: 22 KB volatile RAM drive, Built-in software: MS-DOS 3.3,
PoqetLink, and PoqetTools
Kindly donated by Göran Hasse
my wish list:
Lisa, Lisa2 from 1983-84 or first
original Mac from 1984
ABC-16, ABC 9000 (Swedish)
- Jet 80 (Swedish)
- TRS80 I
- IBM PCjr
PET 2001or Commodore SX-64 portable!
- First Compaq
classic personal computers
computers like Sinclair, Acorn Atom, Amstrad, Atari, Amiga, BBC,
Spectravideo, Oric, Dragon, Sinclair ZX81, Microbee...
- Well, if you
have an Altair 8800 then I promise to take good care of it...
If you feel
like you have something lying around that would fit in to my collection, please mail me to see if you can become a donator to
One way to celebrate the history
of computing is by collecting them and letting other people see how far
we have come. Isaac Newton: one wrote: “If I have seen further it
is by standing on the shoulders of giants” putting that into
context of computers the computers of today are only so good because of
the ones that came before.
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