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VIEUMIKRO 2001

Vieumikro is THE french meeting for old computers and videogames collectors and enthusiasts. Now once a year, it takes place in a little village near Toulouse, called Bon-Repos-sur-Ausonelle, and is organised by the Silicium association.

This year event was once again a success with more visitors and more systems exposed !

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If you want to see more pictures :
http://perso.club-internet.fr/nicogil/index.html
http://pocket.free.fr/html/vm2001/vm2001_e.html

http://8bits.scriba.net/vm2001/

 


Overview 1


Overview 2


Overview 3


Amstrad coders corner with impressive demos


Playing Sega Saturn on the big screen


MSX collection - part 1


MSX collection - part 2


PET-2001, Sanyo PHC-25, Alice 90,
DataVue 25, Yeno SC3000H...


Pockets collection - part 1
(with Canon X-07 video interface !)


Pockets collection - part 2
(notice the Quick Disk Drive in the center)


There were even a Next network !


Exotic computers


JET - weird eastern spectrum clone
(mounted in a telephone plastic case)


The mighty rare OC-2000
(Interton VC-4000 clone)


Commodore MAX machine,
only sold in Japan


Amstrad GX-4000 demo system


Impressive MK90 russian pocket computer


And the winner of the "beauty" contest is Mr Pocket
with its MK90 pocket computer !


R.Speranza, president of the Silicium association,
offers the contest's prize to the winner :
a superb "apricot" C64 !

 



  
       
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