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Remembering the Atari 400 and 800

Atari 800 Computer
Maplin Adverts The Atari 400 and 800 home computers were release in 1979. They were heavily advertised by Maplin in the UK, on the back...

A Brief Overview of the Apple II Series

Apple II Series Collage
1977: Apple II The Apple II superseded the Apple I, just over a year after its release. Improvements included colour, sound, and a plastic case....

Remembering the Atari ST

Atari 1040STf Computer
Dreaming of the 68000 In 1985, the Atari ST was launched just before the Commodore Amiga. Like the Apple Macintosh, they both used the 68000...

Revolution in The Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the...

Revolution in The Valley - Hard Cover Book with Jacket
Despite becoming an Apple II and Mac user in the 80s, I didn't know much about Apple history until quite a few years later. In...

Remembering the Acorn Archimedes

Acorn Archimedes
Taking a RISC In late 1983, Acorn started developing a new 32-bit processor called ARM. The name stood for Acorn RISC Machine, with RISC standing...

Remembering the Amstrad CPC 464

Amstrad CPC 464 Computer
In 1984, Amstrad entered the 8-bit home computer market with the CPC 464. When I first read a review of the machine, I was...

Brother ADS-1100W Compact Double-Sided Scanner Review [Revised]

This review was first published on 2 August 2018, but has since been updated. A problem with my PC's SSD had previously made the...

Remembering the Enterprise 64 and 128

Enterprise 128 Computer
First Impressions The Enterprise was an 8-bit computer which was released in 1985. It was offered with a choice of 64 or 128 KB of...

Thoughts About 2018 iPhone Naming

Apple have recently announced three new iPhone models. They are similar in many ways, and all three benefit from performance increases, thanks to the...

Comparing SSD Write Speeds: Samsung 860 EVO vs SanDisk SSD Plus

Tempted by SSD Storage Earlier this year, I finally upgraded the storage on my PC. Since 2009, it had been running with the same six...