Computer and Video-game Collection
Atari Bonus Items
ATARI Bonus Items
Here is another picture that shows the Lynx II. Can you spot the differences from the picture used in the consoles section?
And also another picture of the TT 030. Here you can see some of the extra hardware I used back in the day: Star LC-10 dot matrix color printer, US Robotics Courier I-modem, a CD-Rom which I sadly forgot the specs of, a Yamaha CD-writer (I think it was the 6416) and in the other case at the bottom was a large IBM hard drive.
Here you can see a german Atari ST/STE pamphlet. This also includes the Atari ATW! Please click on the picture to see the backside!
Here you can see a german Lynx pamphlet. "Switch to color" - Yup, the pictures are tiny, and sideways. Take it or leave it! Please click on the picture to see the backside!
Here you can see a U.S. Lynx pamphlet. Was included with my Jaguar - Yup, the pictures are tiny, and sideways. Take it or leave it! Please click on the picture to see the backside!
Here you can see the Telegames Lynx pamphlet. They had some really good games - Yup, the pictures are tiny. Take it or leave it! Please click on the picture to see the backside!
Jaguar pamphlet, likely from the U.S. - Yup, the pictures are tiny. Take it or leave it! Please click on the picture to see the backside!
Atari Lynx promotional stickers, german version.
Atari Lynx promotional shirt.
Some Atari ST related game pamphlets...
Some Atari related books I still had lying around...
Atari Solar Credit Card Calculator. They really did all kinds of things.
Here is a picture of the Falcon 030 RAM module, 4 megabyte version. You can easily take it out and replace it with a 14 megabyte version, if you can find one that is.
The timekeeper and NVRAM chip inside my Falcon was this Motorola MCCS146818BM - the battery inside them expires after a decade or so, and thus you have to do some things to make it work again.
So I removed the chip, and sent my Falcon to an expert who added a low profile socket, where I can now insert a new timekeeper chip (Dallas DS12887A RTC) and repeat in case it happens again in a decade without the need to solder again.
It took me years to find the Philips Monitor Pedestal for the CM8833 - and then my monitor finally died and now I have to use it with the SC 1435, which kind of works too.
Konix Speedking joysticks - a friend of mine prefers them, but I am still a Competition Pro fanboy. One day I am going to try an arcade board.
Look what I found: An original never used Atari XC12 programm recorder.
On December 3, 2003 Scitron published two ATARI GAMES arcade related CD's in Japan, "THAT'S ATARI MUSIC - G.S.M. ATARI GAMES". The first with a limited box to house both volumes, the second included a silver sticker. Featuring such games as Race Drivin', Marble Madness, Rampart, Pit Fighter, Klax, Super Sprint, Gauntlet, Paper Boy, Road Blasters, S.T.U.N. Runner and others. Retail prices were ¥ 2,940 for Vol. 1 and ¥ 2,500 for Vol. 2 - these will not be easy to find nowadays especially if you want them complete with box, sticker and obis. Reference numbers are SCDC-00313 and SCDC-00314.
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R-TYPES Retro Game
Music Collection EX
Original Video Game Soundtrack