At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

If you haven’t had a chance to visit Bytefest 2021, don’t despair. On Saturday we went there again and looked at the exhibited machines, often quite rare and unusual. We will therefore look at our photo report!

If you haven’t had a chance to visit Bytefest 2021, don’t despair. On Saturday we went there again and looked at the exhibited machines, often quite rare and unusual. We will therefore look at our photo report!

The machines I am showing in this photo report are not the same as from last week’s photo invitation. On Saturday, a lot of computers were running and there were also new machines, new buildings and emulators.

Not only computers are on display at Bytefest, but also their collectors and fans meet there.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Lots of things, connections, new constructions and technical problems were solved.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

It was actually an interactive museum where you could ask the owners of the exhibits.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Prince of Persia needs an easy explanation, but he will soon get a new enthusiastic player!

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!
At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

People’s approach to the obligation to wear masks has been, say, diverse.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Classic Ataristic lair with the classic Atari 800XE (1985). The third Atari 800 model in a gray design but with a lower quality keyboard.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Working with tester TS-1950A.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Schneider EuroPC II (1988) is quite possibly one of the most beautiful attempts at a home clone of the IBM PC XT. It has only one floppy drive, which limits its usability quite a bit, but it is compact and at the same time can be expanded with a short ISA card. You can see on the keyboard why we have the NumLock button: The computer does not have separate cursor keys, only a numeric keypad that can be switched to cursor block mode. However, this strangeness survives in the PC to this day.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

iMac in the less common indigo blue, probably from 2000 or 2001.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Nintendo 64 (1996) with its somewhat bizarre and complicated driver, sometimes called the “woman with three breasts”.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

The Apple IIc (1984) was dismantled next door. It’s not exactly a laptop, but it’s an easily portable computer that has an integrated floppy and a folding carrying handle.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

In the end, there was only one vending machine at Bytefest, but it was always in the center of attention of younger visitors.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!
At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Functional “sapíčko”, computer SAPI1 (1980) – and CP / M is running on it!

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Two generations of Atari: Beige omistovka from the turn of the 80’s and next to it a 16-bit Mega two.

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!

Vivat Bytefest, reports the ancient Atari 2600 (1977).

At Bytefest 2021: A show of great machines!


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