This list shows the computers, calculators, game consoles and peripherals that have been added to our collection recently.
Pong console with six games, Target 1, Target 2, Tennis, Hockey, Squash and Solo Automatic scoring, speed and angle controls on the controller, individual rest controls, and with 6x AA battery or main...
Platform: Commodore 64
The 1581 disk drive is a quite uncommon 3.
The Sinclair Executive calculator was the world's first slimline pocket calculator.
Victor Savyuk saw the success of the NES in Japan and the western markets, and wanted to bring his own machines to the crumbling USSR.
Developed by Midway, the arcade subsidiary of Bally, using the new chipset designed in partnership with Dave Nutting Associates.
This pack has the new Dual shock pad included.
All the function of a regular PS2, but including ethernet access out of the box (the original needing a network adaptor.
This is the redesign of the original machine, it is slightly smaller, has a brighter screen, a much more symetrical shape, and now has an open cartridge slot at the back.
The Timex Sinclair 2068 was a computer produced by Timex Sinclair, a joint-venture between Timex Corporation and Sinclair Research.
This Spectrum clone has much in common with the real machine spec wise, the plate on the back describes a Z80A Processor (USA) with 48K of RAM and a 16K Rom.
The Video Genie System (or simply Genie) was a series of computers produced by Hong Kong-based manufacturer EACA in the early 1980s.
One of the most recognisable electronic hand held games of its era, the game plays a very good version of Space Invaders, albeit with only three lines of aliens, it has excellent controls.
As well as Europe, other territories that were very strong for Sega and the Master System, their partner in the region Tectoy would manufacture the consoles up to 2014, making it the longest console production run in history.
The HP-21 was a scientific calculator produced by Hewlwtt Packard between 1975 and 1978.
The iBook G3/300 (Original/Clamshell), codenamed P1, features a 300 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 32 MB or 64 MB of RAM, a 3.
The SC-3000 is a computerised version of the SG-1000 console.
1998 model in the Aptiva series, which uses the AMD K6-2 processor, complete with speakers and sub woofer...
The Philips Videopac+ G7400 was released in limited quantities in 1983, and only in Europe.
This is the package for the PC/AT version...
Platform: Commodore 16
For the Commodore 264 family of computers, The Commodore 116, Plus 4 and C16...
This is the first and only major rebuild of the Nintendo Famicom and is the second Japanese version of the NES.
DIP was co-founded by three ex-Psion employees, David Frodsham, Ian Cullimore and Peter Baldwin - their first-name initials providing the firm's name, though it got a more appropriate, business-friendly full name soon after.
This computer arrived at the museum with almost no information as to its history, so we put out an appeal on social media.
The Commodore MAX was a home computer made by Commodore International and released in 1982.
Platform: Cambridge Z88
PC Link 2 is the Cambridge Computer PC link program.
Platform: Cambridge Z88
This is a 128K eprom card for the Cambridge Z88 Portable computer.
Platform: Cambridge Z88
This unit was created to wipe the eprom cards that the Z88 used.
The Commodore 116 was a home computer made by Commodore, released in 1984.
The C 7200 is one of the more sophisticated calculators produced by Burroughs.
This is a Karaoke game console from Japan first launched in 1995, which connects to the internet through a phone line.
This was a handheld console, released in 1999 by Bandai, and designed by Gunpei Yokoi, who formerly worked for Nintendo.
Built by Fujitsu from 1989 to 1997, the FM Towns was designed to be used with multi media applications, but was later brought more in line with the IBM compatibles.
Despite having 4 dials like a regular pong machine, the system is for two players, each have two dials each, one for horizontal and one or vertical.
The 8 Bit Sega machines have a slightly complicated history, due to the rapidly changing arcade market requiring their home versions to become more sophisticated in a short space of time, but also the...
The PlayStation Portable (officially abbreviated as PSP) is a handheld game console developed by Sony.
The Burroughs Corporation was a major American manufacturer of business equipment.
This was an extremely popular Famicom Clone, that could play the original Famicom cartridges, or NES ones through an adapter.
Released in 1979, the Microvision is the first handheld console to use interchangable cartridges, and was unusual, in that it did not contain an onboard CPU (Central Processor).
The Playdia was developed under the name BA-X and was never released outside of Japan It was intended for a young audience and it's small library of 37 titles contained many edutainment titles, such a...
Platform: Sinclair QL
Badged Monitor for the Sinclair QL Computer...
A docking station for a Tadpole Laptop, The station allows a fixed hard disk, a slot for an additional removeable hard disk, floppy disk, CD-ROM, and has rear panel connectors for keyboard, mouse, and...
Sinclair chose the Spanish company Investrónica who were a subsidiary of El Corte Ingles, a department store group, to be their Spanish distributor.
This is a full Grundy Newbrain system with the 'oil rig' expansion unit, 'foot breaker' PSU, dual floppies, memory expansion and disk controller.
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
Sold as part of a top end pack for the Nintendo Entertainment system, Rob was a robotic friend, who would perform tasks when connected to a NES and games such as Gyromite.