Welcome to Retro Computing!

Here we share stories and information about retrocomputing and vintage computers, from cogwheels or relays through transistors and chips, from experimental machines through mainframes to 8-bit and 16-bit home computers. This is a museum of all things computational: mechanical, mainframe, mini, micro.

We love interesting posts about software and hardware, about computers or calculators you’ve made or fixed or owned - or things you found on the web or in books and magazines. Or your own recollections or observations. Keep it interesting, and be nice to each other!

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