Dear friends, welcome to the virtual museum! Here are presented vintage laptops from the earliest models, starting from the beginning of the 1980s and the late 1990s. The museum was founded in 2013. At the moment, here represented by 90 models: portable computers, laptops, terminals, programmers, rugged laptops, word processors. All our models are photographed every 10 degrees, which allows you to see laptops from different angles, admire the design, the beauty of the lines and see how the technology and appearance changed, which has become familiar to us in the form of a thin clamshell where the screen closes the keyboard. The collection is 3465 pictures, 2787 of which processed manually. The pictures were stitched together to show the models in 360 degrees.
Yuri Leskovec, museum founder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It’s looking great!
Nice. Lots of laptops in the museum.
Very nice Yuri! Glad you are doing this!
I looked at earlier today. Awesome!!
Great to see someone is preserving this history.
Beautiful job Yuri, the 3D views of the laptops is amazing and very valuable.
Wow! This is great Yuri! I co-owned one of the first portable computer companies in the United States in the early ’80s and eventually went to work for GRiD Systems. The photos on your Website brought back some great memories.
That’s a really cool website.
I love it. So many vintage laptops.
Nice. I recognize many of those.
Nice job. Do you own all of these? Nice collection!
I am very impressed with your collection
It’s a very nice virtual museum you have there!
It’s an impressive collection!
Very nice :-))
It is nice to see collecting activity in Russia!
Wow! You have a great Site with wonderful Laptops.
Yuri, love your site. You have nine 1980’s laptops I didn’t know existed. I basically collect only 1980’s laptops; I have about 110 1980’s models. I’ve been doing this since 1998. Five models from my collection were donated to the Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institute in 2010. I also published a laptop book in 2005 that is also in the Smithsonian as a reference book.