Acorn Park | Project Altair | The Apple Orchard | The Atari Arcade | The Cloning Lab | The Commodore Station
The Compaq Conservatory | The Franklin Gallery | John's Play Room | The PX | The Sinclair Gallery
Terminal Patient Ward | TI Tronix Lab | TRS-80 | The Xerox Room

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The Cloning Lab

Archaic Computer Photo Gallery



This picture has an Apple in it, but under it's monitor is a Commodore COLT 8088 clone. The next computer over is a 286 clone, this one has a 20 Meg HD, 3.5 and 5.25 inch drives, 1532 mouse, Plantronics, Hercules and other standards graphics with Commodore's own sound.



Here is the presant COLT setup on the Solution's Workbench.




The PCjr isn't really a clone -- it's an IBM! Well, ok, some may say it was IBM's Clone. RGB color, optial mouse, analog joystick, dual cartridge ports, cordless keyboard... kind of a 1950's SciFi machine ;)




Circa 1985
This was my first clone.
I traded a brownie for it in 1992.

It is a Leading Edge Model D.

8088 with Hercules as well as color CGA 4 and 7 Mhz!



Here is a wonderful old clone made by Sanyo, the MBC-16.




This is the boot screen for the Wang Professional Computer. More to come.

DL clone PRGs here.

Navagation:

Back to the Lobby.
Go to the PX.
Go to The Sinclair Gallery.
Go to The Franklin Gallery.
Go to The Compaq Conservatory.
Go to The Commodore Station.
Go to John's Play Room.
Go to The Atari Arcade.




Acorn Park | Project Altair | The Apple Orchard | The Atari Arcade | The Cloning Lab | The Commodore Station
The Compaq Conservatory | The Franklin Gallery | John's Play Room | The PX | The Sinclair Gallery
Terminal Patient Ward | TI Tronix Lab | TRS-80 | The Xerox Room

Lost? Head back to the Lobby


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