Here are a few choice items from the splorp technology graveyard. Lord knows there's plenty more where these nuggets came from. Unfortunately, there are only so many hours in a day. These images were lovingly compiled for the The Old Technology Giveaway over at Superfluous Banter. Thanks for prodding me Dan.

Update! Now fortified with even more pictures of my old crap.

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Avatar MacMainFrame NuBus Card
Manual and card are still sealed
© 1987


Geoport Telecom Adapter Kits
New in sealed boxes
© 1995

Sony 5.25" Floppy Disk Packages
New in sealed boxes

Apple Presents the IIc: Apple at Work Tutorial Disks
New in package
© 1984

eWorld Sign Up Kit Version 1.0
© 1994

Apple Disk Box
Original Macintosh System Software and Application Disks
© 1984

Mac OS 8 Tour & Mac OS 8 Driver Development Kit
These are the Copland system, kids - not the OS 8 that actually shipped
© 1996

ThunderScan Disks
© 1984

AOL 1.0 for Macintosh
When AOL was still called Quantum Computer Services
© 1989

Verbum Magazine HyperCard Stack 1.0
© 1987

Aldus PageMaker Flyer
© 1987


Texas Instruments TI-99/4A Flyer featuring Bill Cosby © 1982
Hewlett-Packard Digest Volume Four © 1978
Hewlett-Packard Digest Volume Six © 1980

The Digital Group Flyer
Supplier of hobbyist computer kits and components
© 1977

Macintosh Introduction Flyer
© 1984


Radio Shack TRS-80 Flyer
© 1978


Special Delivery Software Catalog for the Apple II
© 1980

Prototype Newton MessagePad
With the 'Batmobile' removable screen cover which was never produced
© 1994