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  1. What do I have:

    - snes
    - Nintendo 64
    - Gamecube
    - Wii
    - Wii U
    - Switch
    - Gameboy
    - Gameboy Color
    - DS
    - DS XL
    - DS XL 3D

    - Sega GameGear

    - Atari 2600
    - Atari Lynx
    - Atari 65XE
    - Atari 800XE
    - Atari 520ST
    - Atari 1040ST
    - Atari 1040STf
    - Atari 1040STfm
    - Atari 1040 STe (2x)
    - Atari Mega STe (2x)
    - Atari TT030
    - Atari Falcon

    - Commodore C16 (with internal 64k)
    - Commodore 64 Breadbin (3x)
    - Commodore 64C (2x)
    - Commodore C128
    - Amiga 500 (2x)
    - Amiga 2000 (2x)
    - Amiga 1200
    - Amiga CDtv

    - Apple 512k ED
    - Apple Macintosh Plus
    - Apple Macintosh SE/30
    - Apple Macintosh IIfx
    - Apple Macintosh IIsi
    - Apple Macintosh Performa II
    - Apple Quadra 640
    - Apple Quadra 840av
    - Apple Quadra 900 with A/UX
    - Apple Macintosh 8100
    - Apple Macintosh 8600
    - Apple Macintosh 9600
    - Apple PowerPc G3 (grey version)
    - Apple PowerPc G3 blue and white version
    -- Apple PowerPc G4
    - Apple PowerMac G5
    - Apple MacPro 1.1
    - Apple MacPro 2.1
    - Apple MacPro 3.1
    - Apple xServe 2.1
    - Apple xServe 3.1
    - Apple Powerbook G3
    - Apple Powerbook G4 (2x)
    - Apple MacBook
    - Apple MacBook Pro (2x)
    - Apple eMac
    - Apple iMac G3
    - Apple iMac G5
    - Apple iMac 2008 (2x)
    - Apple iMac 2010 27 inch
    - Apple iMac 2011 21 inch
    - Apple MacMini 2011

    - ZX Spectrum 48k (I have/had more of them, no clue were they are)
    - Sinclair QL

    Oh yes the Apple Newton and Apple eMate 300, I almost forgot, ooh and the Atari Portfolio, ooh I almost forgot, an original IBM PC with 8088 and CGA color monitor.

    For the rest an Arduino board, some Raspberry Pi's (2 and 4) and some Cypress PSoc's

    That's it.

     

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  2. Goodafternoon (14.54 CET converted from Regular Stardate),

    To break the endless waiting, I am in the holosuite playing with some very ancient computers, at the moment with an Atari TT030, trying out some ancient programming languages. Hisoft Basic for an example. A colleague showed my that he had replicated a computer called Commander X16. And I wanted to know where it came from, so I asked the Ship's computer to send me to 2020. It's great that I can now see how this X16 came about. Almost first hand. Pitty that you are all dead for a few hundred years now, but we take your legacy into the future.

    Kind regards,

    Lt deBoer
    Starship USS Amsterdam
    Starfleet Defence Squadron

    😄

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