Added to my Personal Vintage Computer Collection a HandSpring VISOR SOLO (1998). Handspring first introduced the Visor Solo, which was black and contained two megabytes of onboard memory. The Visor used Palm OS 3.1H running on a 16MHz or 20 MHz 68EZ328 Dragonball processor, a modified version of the OS from Palm that included an enhanced datebook, a city time graphical world clock, and an advanced calculator. Brand new.
Sir Clive Sinclair had an impressive list of revolutionary designs to his name, including the ZX Spectrum range of affordable home computers, the digital watch, the world's first slim-line pocket calculator and the first pocket television.
The machine in my collection is in exceptionally good condition and works perfectly. The SOL-20, designed by Lee Felsenstein and conceptualized by Bob Marsh and Les Solomon in 1976, was a personal computer that was first to include integrated keyboard, video and ROM in the same package. This model quickly became the industry standard for user friendly personal computers.
Playing with my vintage Altair 8800 ( it works perfectly ). The MITS Altair 8800 is a microcomputer designed in 1974 based on the Intel 8080 CPU and the first programming language for the machine was Microsoft's Basic.