A lot of computing history is captured in old magazines. To de-clutter I’ve sold off most of my old ones to collectors who would get more value from them than me.
Most retro magazines have been scanned and are available to read online,
- Suprisingly https://archive.org has collected. many. e.g. https://archive.org/details/australiancommodoreamigareview
- There are also collectors like https://commodore.bombjack.org/, e.g. https://commodore.bombjack.org/commodore/magazines/the-australian-commodore-review/the-australian-commodore-review.htm
This is one I had lying around that does not seem to be in either collection.
Here are a few pages:
“ANYONE WHO HAS JUST PURCHASED A CONVENTIONAL PC HAS MY SYMPATHY”.
- A500: AUD$999
- A1000: AUD$2499
- A2000: AUD$2999
- Commodore 68k Assembler: AUD$199
- Metacomo 68k Assembler: AUD$250
- Aztec C: AUD$499+
O-Samurai-san Selling a Dot Matrix Printer
Interesting, Star are still in the buisness of selling dot matrix printers.
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