Anyone else have one of these?

Cinema 4D Objects posted on Dec 28, 2021
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Items from the past ... recreated in Cinema4D by my younger son

Comments (8)


Koala44 3:38AM | Tue, 28 December 2021

Wow, beautiful retro, and with this kind of keyboard you don't need tiny fingers to write. LOL


Robert_Ripley 4:43AM | Tue, 28 December 2021

My history of computers starts with Amiga. I guess it takes a while until that´s antique :D

tiku_67 4:52AM | Tue, 28 December 2021

I was one year ahead, since I had Sinclair ZX81, which was introduced in 1981. Colour Genie is from 1982.

After that I had Commodore 64 and Amiga 500, before moving to PC.


FurNose 5:33AM | Tue, 28 December 2021

Oh, wow! That looks amazing! 😆 I started my "computer career" with an old Sharp - Basic programmable calculator, got the "programming-virus" and bought my first "decent" Computer, the ATARI 1024 ST (I still have it somewhere in the cellar). Since this was equipped with an Motorola 68000 CPU which was very advanced in those years with its 16/32bit architecture running at incredible 16Mhz clock speed, we ATARI users tended to laugh at those C64 Users, which where still around in relatively a high number and fought our "wars" with the Amiga-Users. 😆 Oh, boy, those where times....


Tracesl 7:00AM | Tue, 28 December 2021

Bring back the memories, keyboard built like the dashboard of a 57 Chevy.


miwi 4:00PM | Tue, 28 December 2021

Cool work,wonderfully done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Diemamker 11:41PM | Tue, 28 December 2021

Never had one... my first was a Commodore 64, well in fact I still have it... only it doesn't work anymore. I also had the floppy disk drive.


daggerwilldo 10:15PM | Wed, 29 December 2021

Famously many pioneers, including Bill Gates and Ken Olson once said ... why would anybody need more that 16KB of memory?. What a flashback in time to see this form factor. Well done.

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