A cheap gaming PC from the 70s and 80s
SportBible.com title A ’80s gaming PC that still has a ’80’s feel.
article A quick glance at the SportBibles’ collection reveals a plethora of vintage PCs, including some from the 1970s and 1980s.
The PC has a rather large display, which is pretty rare for today’s standards.
The machine was powered by a Pentium III-3200 CPU with 512MB of RAM, and an ATI Radeon 7600 graphics card.
It also came with a built-in floppy drive, and included a cassette drive.
We also like the fact that the PC’s ports were all housed on the underside of the unit.
The sports PC was one of the most expensive of its era, and was used to run the first of many arcade games on the Commodore 64.
The video game machines that ran on the machines were known as “Super Arcade Machines,” and the machines are still around today, but they’re not as common today.
It’s not clear whether or not the PC was still in production in the late ’80, or if it was retired.