Just seen this out in the wild (while my local computer store ) commodore c386
/r/retrobattlestationsBuilt a 98se machine with trash I found around work
/r/retrobattlestationsMy Battlestation Is Now Officially LGR-Approved!
/r/retrobattlestationsOG Dark Mode
/r/retrobattlestationsAn update to my 286 desktop, DOS installed and working
/r/retrobattlestationsMy oldest computer still see’s lost of use. Sun Sparcststion LX running Solaris 2.5.1
/r/retrobattlestationsHaving fun with BeOS on a clone tonight.
/r/retrobattlestationsPicked up this on ebay... It came with xp...
/r/retrobattlestationsSo you like the setups at the HomeComputerMuseum? Here's our Commodore 64 setup!
/r/retrobattlestationsThis is one of the items of the HomeComputerMuseum, a Compudata / Exidy Sorcerer II with S100-bus (not pictured, the original 5,25" hard sectored disk drive). We have around 200 computers set-up hands-on and working in a similar setting (matching the year of the computer).
/r/retrobattlestationsPhilsComputerLab, you make this look a lot easier than it is, hahaha!
/r/retrobattlestationsMy highly versatile WinXP gaming PC
/r/retrobattlestationsOver the last week I've been backing up my old disks to my Sd2iec, finally done!
/r/retrobattlestationsAfter going down the sound card rabbit hole for DOS / Win98 gaming, I've settled on this card. It ain't the best, for sure, but it sound decent and plain old just WORKS without much hassle.
/r/retrobattlestationsHere's my retro battlestation! Time PC has an Intel Pentium 3 1.4ghz, 512mb RAM, Geforce 4 4600 Ti, 3dfx Voodoo 2 12mb, Soundblaster with front panel. IBM Aptiva has AMD k6+ 500, 128mb RAM, 3dfx Voodoo Banshee. The Tiny PC has Intel Pentium 4 3.4ghz, 2gb RAM, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro and Soundblaster XFI
/r/retrobattlestationsFinally all assembled (mostly new parts) - Intel 815 socket370 mobo, Celeron 950MHz, 256MB RAM, 40GB WD IDE hard drive, TDK 24x10x40x CD-RW, onboard Intel graphics, Ensoniq AudioPCI 1370, 15" ViewSonic CRT, Logitech PS/2 mouse, Dell QuietKey PS/2 keyboard.
/r/retrobattlestationsAfter months of trying, I was finally able to write a working copy of King's Quest for my PCjr!
/r/retrobattlestationsThe Beige Brigade - my project machines: AMD 386DX-40, Pentium 75, PowerMac 7200/75, Celeron 300A, Tualatin 1.4.
/r/retrobattlestationsMy win98se gaming pc. (underneath desk)
/r/retrobattlestationsReverse sleeper / NUxt update
/r/retrobattlestationsAs promised, here is another photo of the Blade 100
/r/retrobattlestationsMy Sun Blade 100 running Solaris 8 2/04 (will add more photos later)
/r/retrobattlestationsvery excited to get this setup working
/r/retrobattlestationsI managed to resurrect a dead C64 this weekend.
/r/retrobattlestationsI built new 286 desktop from eBay parts :-)
/r/retrobattlestationsShe is complete! Got the LGR speakers and more floptical drives. Nothing left to upgrade.
/r/retrobattlestationsFinally got a retro Apple computer too, meet my Power Macintosh 6100/66 from 1995
/r/retrobattlestationsLet's look at the un released x10 command console for the Aquarius computer
/r/retrobattlestationsMy bridge from the past to the present