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APF Imagination Machine This strange hybrid computer came in two parts: a videogame console and a computer. The game system, called the APF MP-1000, was released in 1978. It had two controlers, each with a joystick and a numeric keypad. It came with a built-in game called "Rocket Patrol". The computer console, the "Imagination Machine" was sold as an add-on for the MP-1000. You could also buy both at the same time (most people did).

APF Imagination Machine This strange hybrid computer came in two parts: a videogame console and a computer. The game system, called the APF MP-1000, was released in 1978. It had two controlers, each with a joystick and a numeric keypad. It came with a built-in game called "Rocket Patrol". The computer console, the "Imagination Machine" was sold as an add-on for the MP-1000. You could also buy both at the same time (most people did).

Atari Compumate - my first "computer"    .....................Please save this pin.   .............................. Because for vintage collectibles - Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

It apparently turned the Atari 2600 game console into a simple all-round computer.

Atari 400 Computer. This was our first family computer. I think my parents took a second mortgage to buy it.

Vintage atari 400 computer

I collect vintage electronics (and I have kept my Atari 400 from the late Still works and the graphics & playability are as good as the stand up arcade versions.

Atari

The first console I had access to was my brother's Atari XE.

Retro-Bit's Generations Console: A 70-Game Leap Beyond the NES Mini | USgamer

The latest entry in the classic clone mini-console wars seems likely to put all the rest to shame. Updated with full list of game titles!

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TurboExpress (1990) My brother and I bought this state-of-the-art piece of gaming when we probably shouldn't have. I believe it was $300 at the time and we only owned Keith Courage and Aero Blasters (stupid hard). I liked what the Turbo Express was capable of, but I just couldn't get into it's library of games, could of been the marketing or lack thereof, but we had limited resources that I preferred to spend on my SNES games.

NEC TurboExpress – The most advanced portable game console of its time with 481 simultaneous displayed colors.

Existen diversas opiniones sobre el significado de la palabra “Lisa”.

Apple Lisa computer - The Lisa is the first commercial computer with a GUI, or Graphical User Interface. Prior to the Lisa, all computers were text based - you typed commands on the keyboard to make the system respond.

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