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Legacy Technology Group

Legacy Technology Group

A group looking at weird and wonderful obsolete technology of all sorts.

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  • Maklarr4000
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    An old promotional photo for the Sega Saturn.
    Jul 11
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    Early prototype Sega Saturn
    Jul 2
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  • Maklarr4000
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    Early prototype Sega Saturn
    Jul 2
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  • Maklarr4000
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    The logo for every SEGA home console system (in the PAL region at least).
    Jun 29
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    A promotional poster for the arcade game Gauntlet, aimed at arcade owners and amusement route operators.
    Jun 26
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    The Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh, a high end "collector" PC released by Apple in 1997 for more than $7000. Only 12,000 were produced. The "TAM" had been developed while Steve Jobs was not with Apple during the mid 1990's, and he stated many times how much he hated the TAM, immediately slashing it's price to under $2000 to liquidate stocks. They're now sought-after collectors items.The Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh, a high end "collector" PC released by Apple in 1997 for more than $7000. Only 12,000 were produced. The "TAM" had been developed while Steve Jobs was not with Apple during the mid 1990's, and he stated many times how much he hated the TAM, imm...See more
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  • Maklarr4000
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    A "Kitchen of the future" as conceived in 1963
    Jun 20
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  • Maklarr4000
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    An advertisement for the Panasonic Dynamite 8, an 8-track tape player that looked like a TNT detonator. There's something you don't see everyday!
    Jun 20
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  • Maklarr4000
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    A clear Game Boy Color, from a time when all technology came in cool clear plastics.
    Jun 16
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    A 1994 promotional ad for the IBM Aptiva computer, a direct competitor to DELL, HP, and Gateway for consumers and businesses alike buying direct from the manufacturers to save money in the 1990's. The Aptiva was (technically speaking) very comparable to it's competitors.
    Jun 5
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