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20:18, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-NES-Mk2-Motherboard-Bottom.jpg (file) 11.81 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The bottom of the motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. This is the revised "top loader" model that was released in 1993. The system is...
20:18, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-NES-Mk2-Motherboard-Top.jpg (file) 10.51 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. This is the revised "top loader" model that was released in 1993. The system is powered on a R...
20:15, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-NES-Mk1-Motherboard-Bottom.jpg (file) 8.82 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The underside of the motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES.}} |Source ={{own}} |Author =Evan-Amos |Date...
20:15, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-NES-Mk1-Motherboard-Top.jpg (file) 9.13 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The system is powered on a Ricoh-produced processor based on the MOS 6502 processor. The other...
20:00, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Motherboard-FL.jpg (file) 2.58 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The system is powered on a Ricoh-produced processor based on the MOS 6502 processor. The other...
20:00, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Motherboard-Bottom.jpg (file) 2.64 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The underside of the motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. This is the unpopulated side of the board that you would see facing up if taki...
19:59, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Motherboard-FR.jpg (file) 2.21 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The system is powered on a Ricoh-produced processor based on the MOS 6502 processor. The other...
19:59, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Motherboard-BR.jpg (file) 2.52 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The system is powered on a Ricoh-produced processor based on the MOS 6502 processor. The other...
19:58, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Motherboard-BL.jpg (file) 2.39 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The motherboard of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The system is powered on a Ricoh-produced processor based on the MOS 6502 processor. The other...
19:49, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Deconstruction-04.jpg (file) 2.23 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. Released in 1985, it is the first game console released in America by Nintendo. This picture shows the console o...
19:49, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Deconstruction-03.jpg (file) 2.33 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. Released in 1985, it is the first game console released in America by Nintendo. This picture shows the console o...
19:48, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Deconstruction-02.jpg (file) 2.41 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. Released in 1985, it is the first game console released in America by Nintendo. This picture shows the console o...
19:48, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Deconstruction-01.jpg (file) 2.28 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. Released in 1985, it is the first game console released in America by Nintendo. This picture shows the console o...
19:45, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Console-BL.jpg (file) 2.16 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The back of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. The picture shows composite video out, mono audio out, DC in, channel 3/4 selector and RF A/V out. Rel...
19:43, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Console-FR.jpg (file) 2.13 MB == {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, also known as the NES. Released in 1985, it is the first game console released in America by Nintendo. The NES is a slightly modified v...
19:31, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Console-BR.jpg (file) 2.13 MB retook photo
19:31, 29 July 2016 Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Console-FL.jpg (file) 2.09 MB retook photo
07:02, 4 July 2016 Raspberry-Pi-2-Bare-FL.jpg (file) 2.49 MB {{Information |Description=The Raspberry Pi 2 (model B), showing a four USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port and expansion pins. The Raspberry Pi 2 is an inexpensive ($35) and self-contained micro-computer that features a 900 MHz, 32-bit quad-core ARM proc...
07:00, 4 July 2016 Raspberry-Pi-2-Bare-BR.jpg (file) 2.72 MB {{Information |Description=The bottom of a Raspberry Pi 2 (model B), showing a Micro-SD expansion slot. The Raspberry Pi 2 is an inexpensive ($35) and self-contained micro-computer that features a 900 MHz, 32-bit quad-core ARM processor and 1 GB of RA...
07:00, 4 July 2016 Raspberry-Pi-2-Bare-Bottom.jpg (file) 2.66 MB {{Information |Description=The bottom of a Raspberry Pi 2 (model B), showing a Micro-SD expansion slot. The Raspberry Pi 2 is an inexpensive ($35) and self-contained micro-computer that features a 900 MHz, 32-bit quad-core ARM processor and 1 GB of RA...
23:16, 28 June 2016 NVIDIA-GTX-1070-FoundersEdition-FL.jpg (file) 3.25 MB {{Information |Description=The NVIDIA GTX 1070 video card for desktop computers. This is the NVIDIA-designed reference card for the 1070 series, known as the Founder's Edition, that retailed for $449 when it launched in June 2016. This card and the m...
20:50, 10 June 2016 Microsoft-Xbox-360-HD-DVD-Drive-Front.jpg (file) 1.57 MB {{Information |Description=The HD DVD drive for the Xbox 360 video game console, allowing for playback of HD DVD movies on the Xbox 360. The add-on was released in November 2006 at $199, coming with a remote and a copy of the film King Kong on HD DVD....
20:50, 10 June 2016 Microsoft-Xbox-360-HD-DVD-Drive-Back.jpg (file) 1.27 MB {{Information |Description=The HD DVD drive for the Xbox 360 video game console, allowing for playback of HD DVD movies on the Xbox 360. The add-on was released in November 2006 at $199, coming with a remote and a copy of the film King Kong on HD DVD....
20:12, 10 June 2016 Krikzz-EverDrive-TurboGrafx-16-FL.jpg (file) 1.58 MB {{Information |Description=The Turbo EverDrive (v2.4), a ROM cart for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine video game console. Made in the Ukraine by krikzz, the Turbo EverDrive allows you to load game ROMs onto a microSD card and play those games on the origi...
20:12, 10 June 2016 Krikzz-EverDrive-TurboGrafx-16-BR.jpg (file) 1.58 MB {{Information |Description=The Turbo EverDrive (v2.4), a ROM cart for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine video game console. Made in the Ukraine by krikzz, the Turbo EverDrive allows you to load game ROMs onto a microSD card and play those games on the origi...
20:07, 10 June 2016 Db-Electronics-dbGrafx-Booster-FL.jpg (file) 2.74 MB {{Information |Description=The dbGrafx Booster, a fan project for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Made in Canada by René Richard of db Electronics, the dbGrafx Booster provides better A/V outs for the TurboGrafx-16 and PC Engine consoles that f...
20:07, 10 June 2016 Db-Electronics-dbGrafx-Booster-BR.jpg (file) 2.36 MB {{Information |Description=The dbGrafx Booster, a fan project for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Made in Canada by René Richard of db Electronics, the dbGrafx Booster provides better A/V outs for the TurboGrafx-16 and PC Engine consoles that f...
19:59, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Controller-Plug.jpg (file) 1.29 MB {{Information |Description=The controller plug for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. The console has only one controller input, and the TurboGrafx-16 features a larger plug than the PC Engine version, making controllers incompatible without a conv...
17:50, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Controller-FR.jpg (file) 2.58 MB {{Information |Description=The controller for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console, originally released in 1989. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-07 |Author= Evan-Amos |Permission ={{PD-self}} |other_versions = }} {{User:Evan-Amos/...
17:50, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Controller-BR.jpg (file) 2.49 MB {{Information |Description=The controller for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console, originally released in 1989. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-07 |Author= Evan-Amos |Permission ={{PD-self}} |other_versions = }} {{User:Evan-Amos/...
17:49, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Controller-BL.jpg (file) 2.49 MB {{Information |Description=The controller for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console, originally released in 1989. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-07 |Author= Evan-Amos |Permission ={{PD-self}} |other_versions = }} {{User:Evan-Amos/...
17:47, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Controller-FL.jpg (file) 3.16 MB retook photo
17:44, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-FL-Cover.jpg (file) 3.05 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:44, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-BR-Cover.jpg (file) 3.12 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:40, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-FR.jpg (file) 2.71 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:40, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-FL.jpg (file) 2.63 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:39, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-BR.jpg (file) 2.74 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:39, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-Console-BL.jpg (file) 2.75 MB {{Information |Description=The TurboGrafx-16, a fourth generation video game console with 16-bit graphics. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the American version of the PC Engine console that was released in Japan. It retailed for $199 at launch, and fa...
17:25, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-CD-Power-Supply.jpg (file) 6.58 MB {{Information |Description=The power supply for the TurboGrafx-16 CD-ROM add-on, model AD-091A5 (HES-ACA-02). The power supply could be plugged into the CD-ROM drive directly or into the dock that would power the console and the drive. The rating for...
17:20, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-CD-Add-on-FR.jpg (file) 2.18 MB {{Information |Description=The CD-ROM drive for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the first CD-ROM drive for a video game console released in North America. This drive is also a unit that can be used independently t...
17:20, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-CD-Add-on-FL.jpg (file) 2.18 MB {{Information |Description=The CD-ROM drive for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the first CD-ROM drive for a video game console released in North America. This drive is also a unit that can be used independently t...
17:20, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-CD-Add-on-BR.jpg (file) 2.26 MB {{Information |Description=The CD-ROM drive for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the first CD-ROM drive for a video game console released in North America. This drive is also a unit that can be used independently t...
17:19, 10 June 2016 NEC-TurboGrafx-16-CD-Add-on-BL.jpg (file) 2.29 MB {{Information |Description=The CD-ROM drive for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. Released by NEC in 1989, it is the first CD-ROM drive for a video game console released in North America. This drive is also a unit that can be used independently t...
18:37, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Motherboard-FL.jpg (file) 5.56 MB {{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The most relevant chips on the board include: NEC CDT109 007, Casio RH-7501, and the Casio RH-7500. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-02 |Aut...
18:37, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Motherboard-BR.jpg (file) 5.86 MB {{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The most relevant chips on the board include: NEC CDT109 007, Casio RH-7501, and the Casio RH-7500. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-02 |Aut...
18:34, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Power-Supply.jpg (file) 5.42 MB {{Information |Description=The power supply for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The power supply is rated for 100V in, and outputs at 24V, 1A out. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-06-02 |Author= [[User:Evan-Amos|Evan-Amos]...
18:31, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Sticker-Dock-BR.jpg (file) 3.09 MB {{Information |Description=A close up of the sticker printing mechanism for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The Loopy is unique for its ability to print stickers, as well as its being marketed directly to girls. |Sou...
18:31, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Sticker-Dock-FL.jpg (file) 2.79 MB {{Information |Description=A close up of the sticker printing mechanism for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The Loopy is unique for its ability to print stickers, as well as its being marketed directly to girls. |Sou...
18:30, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Sticker-Cartridge-BR.jpg (file) 1.79 MB {{Information |Description=A sticker cartridge for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The Loopy is unique for its ability to print stickers, as well as its being marketed directly to girls. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-05...
18:29, 3 June 2016 Casio-Loopy-Sticker-Cartridge-FL.jpg (file) 1.74 MB {{Information |Description=A sticker cartridge for the Casio Loopy, a 1995 video game console only released in Japan. The Loopy is unique for its ability to print stickers, as well as its being marketed directly to girls. |Source={{own}} |Date=2016-05...
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