With those pages I try to display my collection of old computers and videogames from the 70:s and the 80:s. I began to collect around 1996, when I found an ad selling a Vectrex, a videogame system I used to rent over the weekends as a kid. It once again gave me loads of joy and I began to search for those other machines I saw or read about when I was young. Now, after countless of trips to flea markets, bids on auction sites and welcome donations I have something that looks like a museum. I hope to be able to display it better in its physical form soon. Until then I hope those pages can be of some interest.

Video games

- Atari 2600 (6-buttons)
- Atari 2600 (4-buttons)
- Akor TV-Boy
- Atari 2600 clone (* 2)
- Atari 2600 Jr (* 2)
- Atari 7800 ProSystem
- Atari Jaguar
- Bally Astrocade
- Coleco Colecovision
- Amiga CD32
- Luxor Video Entertainment Computer (* 2)
- INTV System III
- Milton Bradley Vectrex (* 2)
- NEC Turbo Grafx-16 CD
- Nintendo NES clone (* 2)
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) (* 5)
- Nintendo Super Nintendo Entertainment System (* 3)
- Nintendo Virtual Boy
- Nintendo 64
- Panasonic 3DO
- Philips Videopac G7000 (* 2)
- Philips CD-i 450
- Sega Master System
- Sega Master System II
- Sega Mega Drive
- Sega Mega Drive II (* 2)
- Sega Saturn
- Sega Dreamcast
- SNK MVS
- Sony PlayStation
- Sony PlayStation 2 (* 2)
- Sportel XY-4
- Radofin Telesports (* 2)
- Nintendo Wii
- Mattel Intellivision
- Atari XE Game System
- Sony PlayStation 3
- Philips Videopac + G7400
- Amstrad GX4000
- Nintendo GameCube
- Microsoft XBOX
- Magnavox Odyssey
- Philips Tele-Spiel ES 2203
- Videomaster Colourscore
- Soundic SD-050
- TV Sport
- Philips Odyssey 2001
- TV+4 pong
- Atari 2800

Handhelds

- Atari Lynx (* 2)
- GamePark GP32
- Neo Geo Pocket Color
- Nintendo Game Boy (* 2)
- Nintendo Game Boy Advance
- Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP
- Sega Game Gear
- Nintendo DS Lite
- Gizmondo
- Barcode Battler
- Coleco Datatek
- Coleco Quiz Wiz

Game & Watch

- Game & Watch - Bomb sweeper
- Game & Watch - Donkey Kong II (* 2)
- Game & Watch - Donkey Kong JR.
- Game & Watch - Green House
- Game & Watch - Mickey Mouse
- Game & Watch - Snoopy Tennis (* 2)
- Game & Watch - Squish
- Game & Watch - Zelda
- Game & Watch - Micro vs. System: Boxing
- Game & Watch - Micro vs. System: Donkey Kong 3
- Game & Watch - Micro vs. System: Donkey Kong Hockey
- Russian Game & Watch clone: Collecting butterflies
- Game & Watch - Mini classics: Donkey Kong Jr.
- Game & Watch - Mini classics: Fire!
- Game & Watch - Mini classics: Mario's Cement Factory
- Game & Watch - Mini classics: Super Mario Bros.
- Game & Watch - Mini classics: Zelda
- Game & Watch - Mario Bros
- Game & Watch - Super Mario Bros
- Tabletop - Mario's cement factory
- Tabletop - Popeye
- Tabletop - Donkey Kong Jr.
- Tabletop - Snoopy

Tabletops

- Entex Hockey
- Entex Super Cobra
- Coleco Amaze-A-Tron (* 2)
- Gakken Puck Monster
- Tomy Puckman

Tabletops / Handhelds

- Milton Bradley Microvision - Block Buster (with console)
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Baseball
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Cosmic Hunter
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Mind Buster
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Pinball
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Pinball (shrinkwrap)
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Star Trek Phaser Strike
- Milton Bradley Microvision - Sea Duel
- Tiger Electronics - Sonic the Hedgehog 3
- Vtech - Diamond Hunt
- Noname LED pinball game

Old computers

- Acorn Archimedes A3020
- Amstrad CPC-464
- Amstrad NC100
- Amstrad PCW 8512
- Apple II+
- Apple IIe
- Apple Lisa 2
- Apple Macintosh LC
- Apple Macintosh Portable
- Apple Newton MessagePad 2000
- Atari 1040 STE
- Atari 1040 STFM
- Atari 130XE (* 2)
- Atari 400
- Atari 520 ST
- Atari 520 STFM (* 2)
- Atari 600XL
- Atari 800
- Atari 800XL
- Atari Mega ST2 (* 2)
- Atari Portfolio
- BeBox
- Camputers LYNX
- Commodore 128 (* 2)
- Commodore 128D (* 2)
- Commodore 128DCR
- Commodore 16
- Commodore 64
- Commodore 64C (* 3)
- Commodore Amiga 1000
- Commodore Amiga 1200
- Commodore Amiga 2000
- Commodore Amiga 4000-030
- Commodore Amiga 500
- Commodore Amiga 600
- Commodore PET 3032 (* 2)
- Commodore Plus/4
- Commodore SX-64
- Commodore VIC20 (* 4)
- Dragon 64
- Epson HX-20
- Ericsson Step One
- Esselte 100
- Goldstar FC-200
- Grundy New Brain
- ISY EMMA
- Jupiter ACE
- Lambda 8300 (* 3)
- Luxor ABC 1600 (* 2)
- Luxor ABC 80 (* 2)
- Luxor ABC 800 (* 2)
- Luxor ABC 802 (* 2)
- Luxor ABC 806 (* 2)
- Mattel Aquarius
- Microbee Model II
- Multitech Microprofessor MPF-II
- Oric 1
- Oric Atmos 48K
- Robotron KC 85/3
- SAM Coupé
- Schneider Euro-PC
- Seiko MC-2200 Pocket Computer
- Sharp MZ-700
- Sharp MZ-800
- Sinclair QL (* 2)
- Sinclair Spectrum 48K (* 2)
- Sinclair ZX-81 (* 3)
- Sord M5
- Spectravideo SV-318
- Spectravideo SV-328
- Spectravideo SVI-728
- Spectravideo SVI-738
- Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 100
- Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 200 (* 2)
- TeleNova Compis (* 2)
- TeleNova Compis II (* 2)
- Texas Instruments TI99/4A
- Video Technology Laser 200 (* 2)
- Whitechapel MG-1

Computers I used to have

- Apple Macintosh Classic
- Apple Macintosh Classic II
- Apple Macintosh II
- Apple Macintosh IIcx
- Apple Macintosh IIfx
- Apple Macintosh IIsi
- Apple Macintosh LC II
- Apple Macintosh LC475
- Apple Macintosh Performa 6200
- Apple Macintosh Plus
- Apple Macintosh Quadra 700
- Apple Macintosh SE
- Apple Macintosh SE/30
- Apple Power Macintosh 6100/66
- Apple Power Macintosh 7600/132
- Apple PowerBook 100
- Apple PowerBook 170
- Data General Eclipse MV/9500
- DEC Rainbow 100
- DEC VAXStation 2000
- DEC VAXStation 4000 VLC
- Ericsson Portable PC
- Ericsson Step One
- Grid GridPad 1910
- Grid Gridpad 2350
- Grid Gridpad SL
- IBM 5140 Convertible
- Lapline 3240E
- Sun SPARCstation ELC
- Sun Ultra 10

Terminals

- Lear Siegler ADM 3A
- Texas Instruments Silent 700 ASR