Atari Portfolio

This one has been on my bucket list from the beginning, and I’m happy to say, I was able to make my way through an eBay auction and pick up a mint condition unit that looks great and works even better. In 1989, DIP Research in Surrey England developed the DIP Pocket PC. They licensedRead More

TI-74 Basicalc

I had never heard of these machines until one came up on /r/retrobattlestations and I just had to have it. The Basicalc is one of the early programmable calculators that was starting the trend in handheld computing from ‘calculator’ to ‘computer’. The TRS-80 PC-1 is another great example. The TI-74 has a working BASIC interpreter,Read More