When the internet breaks through in the 90s, the home computer gets a second boost.
The 90s (Video-Game) Computer Revolution
The Commodore CDTV was marketed by Commodore in 1990.
Super Nintendo (SNES)
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was released by Nintendo in 1991.
De Amiga 1200 is door Commodore International gelanceerd op 21 oktober 1992.
The Amiga CD32 (code name ‘Spellbound’) is a game console from 1993 developed by Commodore.
The PlayStation was introduced by Sony on December 3, 1994 and is the first game console of the PlayStation series.
Apple Power Macintosh 8500/120
The Power Macintosh 8500 (Known in Europe and Japan as the Macintosh 8515) is a personal computer designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from August 1995 to February 1997.
The Nintendo 64 was introduced by Nintendo on September 26, 1996. The N64 is the successor to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Apple MessagePad 2100 (Newton)
The MessagePad, also known as a Newton, was introduced by Apple in November 1997. The MessagePad is the first series of “Personal Digital Assistant” (PDA).
Apple iMac G3
de iMac G3 is door Apple geïntroduceerd op 15 Augustus 1998 en is de eerste generatie van de iMac computers