@thomasfuchs My top 3 would be:
1) Commodore plus/4, for sentimental reasons. It was the first computer I wrote programs on, and to this day, I like the cursor key layout there.
2) Nintendo Entertainment System, because its simple and practical aesthetics.
3) Macintosh 128k, because the floppy drive looks like a sarcastic smile, foreshadowing of what has become of the Mac line. And because the whole thing just looks cute.
@thomasfuchs Picking a few that others don't seem to have picked:
3) The TRS-80 Model III / 4 and the Model II.
2) The Sinclair ZX81 has those lines that look more serious than the computer itself.
1) The ADM3A Terminal. This terminal just oozes the aesthetic of the era. Plus I think Televideo had a model that looked similar to this model.
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