"Digital Retro" by Gordon Laing
October 07, 2004
If you're wondering which vintage computer to plunder for your next Mini-ITX project, check out Digital Retro, a new coffee-table book from Gordon Laing which tells the story behind 44 of the most famous (or infamous) machines of the 70s and 80s, from MITS Altair to NeXT Cube.
Examples of every system have been pulled from attics and museums, dusted down and lovingly photographed from every angle. Where possible the original designers and engineers have also been interviewed to ensure accuracy and avoid popular myths.
If the mere mention of a Sinclair, Commodore, Atari or Acorn brings a fond tear to your eye, this is the book for you.
Digital Retro - The Evolution & Design of the Personal Computer
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