What a geek!
random stuff to notice:
- Awesome 1mhz 64k computers with 160k 5.25 inch floppy drives
- Evans & Sutherland calendar
- "Creative Computing" and "Compute" magazines
- D&D figures
- Awesome 9inch color monitor, um I mean TV tuned to channel 3
- Hayes 1200baud modem (or was it 300?)
- Dot matrix printer with fan fold paper
- Michael Jackson "Thriller" Album
actually there are 2 computers and 3 floppy drives. The Commodore 64 with 64k of ram and a 160k drive and the Atari 800 with 48k of ram and 2 floppy drives. The original *standard* one, an Atari 420 Disk Drive with 88k discs and a 3rd party "double density" drive that could store 176k per disk.
Gees, my current digital camera's pictures take 3−4meg each. That would mean storing just one picture from my camera would take around 21 double density floppies or 42 single density floppies!