This is a private collection of old computers, video game consoles, retro gadgets, and many other vintage electronics. All the items from my collection are carefully repaired and restored and are fully operational.

Did you know?

The museum’s retro gaming events are popular among gamers, technology enthusiasts, and families, and they serve as a fun and engaging way to educate people about the history of computing and gaming. The events typically include a variety of games from different eras and platforms, as well as demonstrations and talks on the technology behind them.
In addition, the retro gaming events organized by our museum provide an enjoyable and educational experience for visitors of all ages, further demonstrating the significance and impact of computing and technology on our society.

Our goal

Our long term goal is to become a valuable resource for technology enthusiasts, researchers, and the general public, and our dedication to preserve and showcase vintage computing equipment and related materials. We hope to greatly contribute to the understanding and appreciation of this important aspect of technological heritage.

Apple //e

Year: January 1983 Initial Price: $1,298(4 kB RAM) and $2,638 (48 kB RAM)   The Apple IIe (styled as Apple //e) is…

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Epson QX-10

Year: 1983 Initial Price: Unknown The Epson QX-10 is a microcomputer running CP/M or TPM-III (CP/M-80 compatible) which was introduced in…

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Am5x86 PC

YEAR: 1995 Initial Retail Price: ? The Am5x86 processor is an x86-compatible CPU introduced in 1995 by AMD for use in 486-class computer systems. It…

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Hands-on demonstrations of HISTORIC COMPUTING and RETRO GAMING are the heart of the X86 Generation`s events.

RETRO GAMING & LAN PARTY EVENT – check more events here
RETRO GAMING & LAN PARTY EVENT – check more events here
Vintage Computer Exhibition (TechFest Cluj-Napoca)
Sharp PC-7000 overview, disassembly and repairs

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