As a retro computer collector, I know (as my wife!) that space is the most concerning aspect when you get your hands on computers like the PET, the TRS-80 Model III and many other big and bulky ones. Thanks, ZX-81 to keep the footprint small! If you also face that challenge, maybe you would be happy to have a smaller (not functional :( ) option!
I was listening to Retro Computing Roundtable Episode 203 and during its news section, it was mentioned that two new paper models of retro computers are available for your crafting needs: TRS-80 Model III and Apple Lisa. As long-time readers might remember, I am a big fan of paper models.
The models were created by the talented Rocky Bergen and posted on his personal blog. What surprised me, in addition to the obvious quality of the models, was his attention for details. The models have many screens that you can change following your mood and also are provided with tiny-little binders, giving them more life and accuracy!
If you scroll down Bergen’s blog, you can also see that he had created models for other retro computers like ZX Spectrum, Amiga, and some more.
All models are ready to be printed and assembled (scissors and glue required!) for free and the links at the end of each article.
Link: Rochy Bergen Blog