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  1. Richard P
    Richard P November 12, 2013 at 20:46 | | Reply

    Interesting stuff. I never heard of the eMate before.

  2. Robert G
    Robert G November 14, 2013 at 09:11 | | Reply

    Wow. Just wow. That is a very impressive and complete collection they have. Many thanks for your posts.
    (Really weird seeing the grey CRT of the telly, it looks so dated and I know I must have viewed them as normal or even part of something ‘new’ when a classmate had a ZX Spectrum hooked up to his parents’ TV set.
    Must be similar for some ppl with mechanical equipment, seeing it back as a relic when you remember it being unbelievably advanced and new :)
    Again tnx!

  3. Scott K
    Scott K November 14, 2013 at 13:01 | | Reply

    An Altair! I have yet to see one in person. I would love to visit this place.

    This is some great stuff. Thanks for sharing all of this, and taking the time to write it up.

  4. Michael SZS
    Michael SZS January 13, 2018 at 00:00 | | Reply

    The Pet displayed was my very first computer.
    I had signed it with my initials and sold it but lost track of it.
    Then I visited the museum and was shocked to see it again.

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