Guide
Home Computer Zone

The history of computer science and video games is mainly the history of home computers. This is the zone dedicated to them. Here you can find some of the early home computers (e.g. Apple II from 1977, or Atari 400 from 1977), popular machines from the 80s (e.g. Commodore 64 - 1982, ZX Spectrum - 1982), first multimedia computers (e.g. Amiga 1000 - 1985, Atari ST - 1985), but also the first IBM PC - model 5150 from 1985.

We did our best to gather here the most popular computers of the 70s, 80s and 90s from around the world - including these from Poland (e.g. Elwro 800 Junior - 1986 and Unipolbrit 2086 - 1986).

Apple II
Apple, 1977
Commodore PET
Commodore, 1977
TRS-80
Tandy Radio Shack., 1977
Atari 400
Atari, 1979
Sharp MZ-80K
Sharp, 1979
Commodore VIC-20
Commodore, 1980
IBM PC 5150
IBM, 1981
SORD M23
SORD COMNPUTER CORP., 1981
Texas Instruments TI99/4A
Texas Instruments, 1981
ZX-81
Sinclair Research Ltd., 1981
Commodore 64
Commodore Business Machines, 1982
Commodore CBM-II/PET-II
Commodore, 1982
ZX Spectrum
Sinclair Research Ltd., 1982
Alice
Matra , 1983
Atari 600XL
Atari, 1983
Apple IIc
Apple, 1984
Commodore C16/116/Plus4
Commodore, 1984
Commodre SX-64
Commodore, 1984
Elektronika BK0010-01
Электроника , 1984
Robotron KC 85
Robotron, 1984
Schneider CPC464
Schneider Computer Division (na licencji Amstrad), 1984
Amiga 1000
Amiga / Commodore, 1985
Atari 65XE
Atari, 1985
Philips MSX
Philips, 1985
Spectravideo SVI-738 X'PRESS
Spectravideo, 1985
Macintosh Plus
Apple, 1986
Macintosh Plus
Apple, 1986
Unipolbrit 2086
1986
Atari XEGS
Atari, 1987
Atari Mega STE
Atari, 1991
Commodore CDTV
Commodore, 1991
Amiga 1200
Commodore International, 1992