The Gadget Graveyard
A collection of photo essays and reminiscences about dead devices, obsolete hardware, and broken toys.
They may be outdated now but they do have a previous life history and some stories to tell.
This is their legacy; these are personal memories and eulogies to junk.
The Sharp GX-68Z Music System (1989 to 2012/2013) Sister's Sounex 9363 Stereo (199x + 2013 to 2019) Various 16-bit ISA Cards (199x to 199x/2013) Various old IDE hard drives (199x to 200x/2015) The Datatronics Discovery 9632AX Faxmodem (1993 to 199x/2013) The sad story of a KFC 20-inch Monitor (199x to 2001/2013) A tale of two JVC car audio components, in three acts (1998 to 2001 + 2006 + 2019) The life and times of a UCS Rage 500 PC (2000 to 2008/2012) The Sharp CD-C690X Mini Component System (2000 to 2010/2013) Windows Millennium Edition vs. Dell (2001 to 2007 + 2012 onwards) The Machine: Fujitsu Siemens 933MHz (2001 to 2009/2012) First DVD player: Cyber Home AD-L 528 (2001 to 200x/2016) The Teledat 300 LAN Modem (2002 to 2012) Remembering Sharp RT-100, the Tape2MP3 project deck (2003/2007 to 2009/2013) Plight of the navigator: Becker 7934 (2006 to 2019) The boring tale of a Sharp 70GS-64S TV set (2008 to 2017) The IBM 560N ThinkPad that dreamt it became a Playstation (2009/2011 to 2018) The AST Ascentia 900N Laptop (2009/2013) Autopsy of a Grundig 2x4 Video 2000 VCR (2010/2014) Adventures with a Poppstar MP20R media player (2011 to 2017) The troubled lifecycle of the Vodafone Webby (2013 to 2014/2019)
This page last updated: 09-12-2019 | Related blog announcement