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:
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.
Cover of the publication Computer Lib published by by Theodor H. Nelson in 1974.
An old school Nintendo and Commodore 64 on display.
A Radio Shack TRS-80, loving known as the “Trash 80” by some vintage computing fanboys.
A typical DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation) setup from back in the day.
A few Apple Newtons and a Nintendo’s Virtual Boy package.
The Pets.com mascot from the dot.com era of the late 90s.
An Apple III sitting next to a Lisa on the far right.
The many flavors of Steve Jobs: An Apple Lisa and a NeXT Cube.
The NeXT cube with an authentic monochrome display.
The Apple Lisa from 1983.
Two IMSAI 8080 kits from the 70s.
The Sol Terminal Computer by ProcessorTechnology.
A Coleco Adam display.
The MITS Altair 8800b.
A Kaypro portable running Space Invaders.
The Prime 4450 which dates from 1988 (right before the company went under).