Vintage Computer Ads

If you wanted a 256K, 1-Disk computer back in 1984, you probably would’ve had to shell out at least $4,999. At that price, you get TRSDOS (single-user) / TRX-XENIX (multi-user) operating systems, one or two 8″ floppy disk drives, a built-in 15MB hard drive, four internal plug-in expansion slots, and a dual-processor design. Unfortunately, if you were to find one brand new in box, expect it to be priced well above its original MSRP. Continue reading for more.

15. ZX 81

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14. Sinclair ZX-80

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13. Tandy 1000 SX

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12. Commodore VIC-20

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11. Challenger 4P

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10. Tandy 5000 MC

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9. Standard BASIC Color Computer

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8. IBM 5100 Portable Computer

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7. Franklin ACE 1000

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6. Cosmac VIP

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5. Radio Shack TRS-80

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4. Atari 800

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3. Amiga Computer

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2. Penril Modem

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1. $3398 10MB Hard Disk

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