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 Compaq Conservatory

Archaic Computer Photo Gallery



The second clone!
Six months after IBM introduced their PC, a company called Compaq introduced this machine --
the Compaq.
Totally luggable -- no, it is not a sewing machine, as you can see from the next shot!





This is where the full sized cards meet at the side of the computer for things like CGA and composite video, RS232c and parallel port all hidden behind a little sliding door.

TechSpecs:

Navagation:

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





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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