These are some of my consoles and home computers

Here is my retro and gaming collection:

Atari
600XL – The 8 Bit Atari with 16kb RAM
800XL – The 8 Bit Atari with 64kb RAM
Lynx I – Color handheld from Atari
Lynx II with McWill LCD mod – My favorite color handheld
VCS 2600 Light Sixer – The grandfather of consoles

Commodore
Amiga 1000 – First Amiga sold by Commodore
Amiga 2000 Revision 4 – My first Amiga…
Amiga 2000 Revision 6 – The Amiga that changed my retro life…
Amiga 4000 – The big box AGA Amiga
CDTV – Commodore Dynamic Total Vision
C16 – I love breadbins
C128D – The power of C64, 128 and CP/M in one
C64 – My first home computer
C64G – The last produced breadbin C64 aka C64G
C64C – The ‘new’ C64 AKA C64-II
THEC64 Mini – I know technically not a Commodore…
THEC64 Maxi – A hommage to the C64
VIC20 – I love breadbins
1084S – Color monitor I connected to my A2000
1084S-D2 – Color monitor newer version
1081 – Color monitor for the A1000
1701 – Color monitor
1702 – Perfect match 8-bit & later home computer and consoles
1901 – Color monitor for the C128D
1930-II – Color VGA monitor from Commodore
1950 – Color multisync monitor for the Amiga
202 – Adding machine

Nintendo
Donkey Kong I – Handheld by Nintendo Game & Watch
Donkey Kong II – My first handheld ever, Nintendo Game & Watch
SNES – Super Nintendo Entertainment System
GameBoy Advance – Color handheld from Nintendo
Nintendo 64 – Famous console of Nintendo often called N64
New 3DS XL – Color duo-screen handheld
Switch – Hybrid portable console

Mattel
Aquarius – The one without software

Microsoft
XBOX – Microsoft’s first console
XBOX 360 – Microsoft’s most beloved console
XBOX One X Scorpio Edition – Microsoft’s attempt to merge PC and console
XBOX Series X – Microsoft’s latest console

NEC
PC Engine GT / Turbo Express – Lovely color handheld

Philips
ES-2201 – First console in Europe

Sega
MasterSystem – Sega’s 8 bit console
MasterSystem II – Sega’s 8 bit console
Game Gear with McWill LCD mod – Very nice handheld
Game Gear Micro – Tribute version Game Gear with OutRun
MegaDrive – Very nice 16 bit console
Nomad – Portable MegaDrive !
Saturn – The console that brought Arcade quality home
DreamCast – One of my favorite consoles (arcade quality at home)

Sinclair
ZX Spectrum 16k – Iconic UK home computer

Sony
PlayStation 1 – Sony console that changed the gaming industry
PlayStation Classic – Sony ‘mini’ edition of the PlayStation 1
PlayStation 2 Phat – Sony’s predecessor was even better
PlayStation 2 Slim – Smaller formfactor PS2
PlayStation 2 of Skate The Great
PlayStation 3 – Sony’s console got even more powerful
PS3 GT6 Bundle – GT6 Bundle with PS3
PlayStation 4 Pro – Sony’s… you get the point….

vTech
Deputy Den Tri-Screen Time & Fun – nice 3 screen handheld

Arcade
Arcade cabinet – dream to have one at home came true…

Software
Software is maybe even more important than the hardware it runs on.

Monitors
Monitors are in my opinion very important with retro computing and gaming.

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