I found a limited edition Funko POP and a limited edition calculator, both created approximately "35 years after". For the rest they have nothing to do with each other, but hey, I happen to collect both! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations on reading this far. Here is a teaser for you. My next video, this Friday afternoon, will be epic! I will present it in my bathing clothes! Curious? Subscribe and hit that bell icon! ... See MoreSee Less
Let's discuss the 1977 Programmable calculators TI-58C and TI-59C and the printer/cradle PC-100C.
If a video about calculators every Friday is not enough (only one more to go, I promise!), this is one of two additional but very short videos on Tuesday about some particular calculator niche thingy. After that we will soon move to vintage game consoles or handheld games! ... See MoreSee Less
New collectables were delivered per post, as the hunting continues online instead of on flea markets and collectors fairs. I received some vintage tech and a nice coin for my collection. ... See MoreSee Less
Vintage technology and memorabilia in the post! I found online some great stuff, some early LaserVision discs including promotional samples and very collectable Laser DIscs with classic rock concerts, but also a vintage Hewlett Packard calculator for my collection. ... See MoreSee Less
Talking vintage LED Calculators! Showing important brands such as Commodore and Tandy Radio Shack some special designs, some calculators with special features or uses, a rare RPN calculator that was not made by Hewlett Packard, and discussing the programmable TI-57, TI-58/59 range. ... See MoreSee Less