Rich's Classic Computing Pages

Updated 17-Jun-2023 07:22 -0500





This web site is dedicated to the preservation of somewhat rare, "classic" computers of all types, and their related documentation, software, etc.

A "classic" computer is strictly defined as a computer which was first available more than 10-years ago. The great thing about this hobby is that the definition of "classic" can be stretched to focus on specific aspects of collecting. Some friends of mine focus on single-board computers and development systems. Others prefer collecting early microcomputers such as the Commodore and Apple series. Others still focus on early mini and mainframe computers.

Many of the documents that I have (or will have) on this site require the Adobe Acrobat reader, which can be obtained free of charge from Adobe.

Don't forget to check-out the "What's New" page and see what has changed recently.


Places of Interest

Copyright (c) 2006-2023 Richard A. Cini, Jr. (rcini at msn dot com) All Rights Reserved. All copyrights of any third parties referred to herein are hereby acknowledged. There is no warranty, either express or implied, relating to any of the content contained herein. The site maintainer shall in no event be liable to anyone for damages, including any loss of profits, lost savings, or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or misuse of the information contained on this Web site. You may use the information contained herein for NON-COMMERCIAL purposes only and AT YOUR OWN RISK. Batteries not included. Contents may settle during shipping.