Computers -- Vintage

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Pikes Peak Makerspace (PPM) is dedicated to supporting our maker community in their creative process by providing shared space, shared tools, materials and a knowledge base to turn their ideas into reality.

Vintage Computers

Picture Item Manufacturer ModelNumber EstimatedValue Manual Owner Status ProblemDescription
ATARI800
computer system and

floppy disks

Atari Inc. ATARI800 PPM ?
AMDEK computer display
computer display AMDEK VIDEO-300A PPM ?
TRS-80 computer system
TRS-80

MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM, VIDEO DISPLAY, and

EXPANSION INTERFACE

Radio Shack TRS-80 PPM ?
Mouse Sun microsystems
3-button

computer mouse

Sun microsystems Crossbow

$60 (!)

N/A PPM untested
Picture
Item
Manufacturer
ModelNumber
EstimatedValue
Manual
Owner
Status
ProblemDescription

Donations Received

Wish List

Benefits and Policies

PPM Member Benefits

(walk in, show proof of membership)
Company Website Benefit Directions to
Logo WOODCRAFT
Woodcraft of Colorado Springs 10% discount    4438 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Logo CO Lumber
CO Lumber Specialties 10% discount 3636 Stone Avenue
Logo General Air
GENERAL AIR 10% discount 3031 N Nevada Ave.
Logo ACE
ACE Hardware Uintah Gardens 10% discount 1830 W Uintah Street
Map of stores that provide PPM member discounts
Map of helpful local resources curated by our makers


Additionally, we have a Slack channel (#job-board) for members to post, discuss, or accept job opportunities either within PPM or from the community.

Equipment Reservations

Red Tags

Use a Red Tag, which can be found in the red tag area, to designate broken equipment.

Scrap and Trash

Collect scrap plain paper, PLA and PETG plastics, and metals for recycling.
Empty recycling and trash into our dumpster at the back (south side) of the building.
Leave the space better than you found it.

See Also

Links to other PPM Wiki pages (internal links):

Computers
Printers
Arduino Computers
Raspberry Pi Computers
Ubuntu Workstation

Curated Links

living computers -- Radio Shack TRS-80

Other Fun Stuff

Links to other sites (external links):

Computer History Museum - Timelines

The Mother of All Demos (from Wikipedia)

A landmark (1968) demonstration of windows, hypertext, graphics, efficient navigation and command input, video conferencing, the computer mouse, word processing, dynamic file linking, revision control, and a collaborative real-time editor by computer pioneer Doug Engelbart.




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