The 80s chrome bumper version of the Nait 2, a shoebox-sized amplifier from the legendary British hi-end manufacturer Naim (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naim_Audio). According to many, besides its astonishing looks, it produces a truly beautiful sound as well.
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The Family Computer by Nintendo (1983, this example 1988) occupied that overlapping gray area between computers and video games. Plans for an added keyboard, cassette data storage, and computer software cartridges were eventually scrapped in favor of gaming. We now know The Family Computer as the Nintendo Entertainment System. From 'Small Computers' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/computers.htm