Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: Retro Computing Heaven

Posted by Michael Pinto on Sep 16, 2009 in Tech |

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A Commodore 64 version of Guitar Hero

I was lucky that my good friend Christian Liendo got quite a few photos of the Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0 which took place this past weekend. Shown above is a young lady trying out Guitar Hero on a Commodore 64! Below is a collection of just a few of the vintage computers and related paraphernalia that was on display:

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: Inside of an Apple I

This is a replica of the the inside of an Apple I computer, there are maybe only 50 real versions of this at most left in the wild.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: Computer Lib publication

Cover of the publication Computer Lib published by by Theodor H. Nelson in 1974.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: An old school Nintendo and C64

An old school Nintendo and Commodore 64 on display.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A Radio Shack TRS-80

A Radio Shack TRS-80, loving known as the “Trash 80” by some vintage computing fanboys.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A vintage DEC setup

A typical DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation) setup from back in the day.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A few Apple Newtons and a Virtual Boy package

A few Apple Newtons and a Nintendo’s Virtual Boy package.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: Pets.com mascot from the dot.com era of the late 90s

The Pets.com mascot from the dot.com era of the late 90s.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: The Apple III sitting next to a Lisa on the far right

An Apple III sitting next to a Lisa on the far right.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: An Apple Lisa and a NeXT Cube

The many flavors of Steve Jobs: An Apple Lisa and a NeXT Cube.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A NeXT Cube

The NeXT cube with an authentic monochrome display.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: An Apple Lisa

The Apple Lisa from 1983.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: Two IMSAI 8080s

Two IMSAI 8080 kits from the 70s.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: The Sol Terminal Computer by ProcessorTechnology

The Sol Terminal Computer by ProcessorTechnology.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A Coleco Adam display

A Coleco Adam display.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: The MITS Altair 8800b

The MITS Altair 8800b.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: A Kaypro portable running Space Invaders

A Kaypro portable running Space Invaders.

Vintage Computer Festival East 6.0: The Prime 4450

The Prime 4450 which dates from 1988 (right before the company went under).

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