Browse products from year '1990' (5 found)

Sega Game Gear

Sega Game Gear

Representing a portable version of its Master System game console, the Z80-based Game Gear was Sega's response to the Nintendo Game Boy. Ostensibly better specified through its use of a 4,096 colour screen (which did not arrive for another eight years on the Game Boy range), this advantage also ... (read more)
Sega, 1990

Amstrad GX4000

Amstrad GX4000

The GX4000 followed the early 90s trend for repackaging successful home computers as cartridge-based consoles. The device was essentially an Amstrad CPC464plus in a console-style casing. However, like Atari's XE Games System and Commodore's 64GS, the GX4000 was a resounding market failure. Alt... (read more)
Amstrad, 1990

Apple Macintosh IIsi

Apple Macintosh IIsi

One of the later members in the Macintosh II family, which had notably seen the arrival of colour graphics and the departure from the integrated system unit and screen of the original Mac. The IIsi was powered by a Motorola 68030 running at 20MHz, and shipped with IMB of memory and either a 40 o... (read more)
Apple, 1990

Microsoft Windows v3.0

Microsoft Windows v3.0 for DOS original box set with seven 3.5" floppy disks! (read more)
Microsoft, 1990