Colorado Computer Museum(TM)

A Hands-On History of Information Technology(TM)


Due to very cramped storage conditions (and wide geographic dispersion), it is difficult to definitively assess our collection, but following is a list of some of the more notable items:

1950's era 3-triode (vacuum tube) AND gate from unknown computer

Data General Nova 3 minicomputers and spare parts

Point 4 (Nova-compatible) minicomputers and spare parts

DEC PDP-8/L minicomputer (delivery pending)

Various Teletypes and minicomputer-era terminals and printers

CDC 9448 14" disk drives, parts, and maintenance equipment

Diablo 44B 14" disk drives, parts, and maintenance equipment

IBM 360 mainframe computer (delivery pending)

Hewlett-Packard 9100A desktop computers

Hewlett-Packard HP250 computer

Altair 8800B microcomputer (upgraded from 8800)

CBM Pet microcomputer

Osborne 1 portable microcomputer

Osborne Exec portable microcomputer

Epson PX-8 "Geneva" CP/M notebook computer

Various other CP/M systems

Sinclair ZX-80 microcomputer

Sinclair ZX-81 microcomputer

Texas Instruments 99/4A microcomputer

Various Commodore microcomputers

Various Apple II microcomputers and peripherals

Apple III microcomputers and peripherals

Various Macintosh microcomputers and peripherals

Various IBM and compatible microcomputers

Hewlett-Packard 9805 calculator

Hewlett-Packard 9825 desktop computer

Hewlett-Packard 9835 desktop computer

Hewlett-Packard 9845B desktop computer

NBI 5000 system (configured for desktop publishing)

Various Texas Instruments, Hewlett-Packard, and other portable calculators

Compucorp 322G "Scientist" calculator

Various textbooks, magazines, technical manuals, &c.

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