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With John Davin!

Welcome to our KILOBAUD Magazine home page!

As you know, one of my interests are antique computer systems. I have started a modest collection of personal computers and enjoy buying , selling and trading. My collection ranges from the 1965 Heathkit Educational Electronic Analog Computer to Intel Intellec MDS800, to the Apple II, to the Commodore Vic 20 etc, yet . My most prized possession is a Timex Sinclair 1000 personal computer, that is still in the ORIGINAL SHRINK WRAP PAPER. That's right, it was never opened! It even has the original price tag on the box!

However, here is another favorite, KILOBAUD MAGAZINE!

I have most issues from 1977 to 1998!

Remember issue # 1?

Remember issue # 2?

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Please enjoy this blast from the past..


John E. Davin
912 S. Dubuque St.
Iowa City, IA 52240

A (the?) first keyboard?

This one is even made out of wood! Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3

"The Computer Hobbyist Magazine" started in 1977!

One of the first resources for home computer users.


6100 Anyone?

8080 Programming

It's Built, now what?
(RE Imsai 8080!)

Computer Widow
(they even had that problem in 1977!)

Thank you for your interest...

John Davin