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Vintage Computer Fest is This Weekend

by Klaire Wesolowski

Join computer and tech enthusiasts this weekend at the third annual Vintage Computer Festival Southeast. This event will showcase over 35,000 square feet of exhibits, museums, presentations, and interactive entertainment. Bring your kiddos and show them the tools that made you first fall in love with technology.

Top collectors from all over the US will display rare and historic computers, devices and consoles. Exhibitors are even available for live demonstrations, offering attendees an opportunity like no other. This year the Festival celebrates the PDP-8, which turns 50 years old, the Altair 8800 which turns 40, and the Amiga 1000 which turns 30. Examples of these vintage machines will be on display, with passionate collectors eager to explain the stories behind them.

Attendees are also welcome to explore the concurrent Computer Museum of America Apple Pop-Up exhibit, a large, one-of-a-kind display of extremely rare Apple computers. The exhibit includes a rare and exclusive collection of Apple personal computers and consumer electronic products, from the original Apple 1 era to the present.

Ready to be immersed in technology history? Check out the details and register.

May 2, 10 AM – 7 PM
May 3, 10 AM – 5 PM

Kings Market Shopping Center
1425 Market Blvd, Suite 200
Roswell, GA 30076

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More on The Festival:
The VCFSE is hosted and produced by the Atlanta Historical Computing Society and the Computer Museum of America. VCFSE is the premier vintage computer festival in the southeast and part of the VCF family of vintage computer festivals, which include VCF East in New Jersey, VCF Midwest in Chicago and VCF UK in England.

The VCF mission is to educate, promote and demonstrate the evolutionary significance of vintage computers, software and gaming to today’s new generation of innovators by offering attendees a chance to experience the technologies, people and remarkable stories that embody the history of the computer revolution.

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