June 22, 2024

We just got back from the show a couple days ago. It was an awesome time talking to everyone and putting faces to many online names. Huge thanks to Jeffrey Brace at VCF East, and all the others volunteers who made the show possible! We are looking forward to next year!

We want to thank everyone who stopped by the booth to look at our products and stop by and chat. We enjoyed meeting everyone.

We had many new products we introduced at the show and we were very pleased with the reception of them. I will show some pictures below of new products with brief descriptions in some cases. In the coming days you will find more info on them here. But they are all being added to the Etsy Store and our Ebay Store in the coming days too.

As for new products we introduced the following at the show.

Various arcade joysticks. We already had the standard Atari compatible joystick, but we introduced versions for the Coco 1/2/3 and Tandy 1000 series, Commodore 64/Vic-20, Atari Joy2B+, Apple II, TI-99/4a.

We already had our Coco 1/2/3 and Tandy 1000 series joystick adapter, and TI-99/4a joystick adapter that allowed you to use Atari joysticks on those systems. But we also now introduced a version of the adapter for the Apple II series computers to allow Atari joysticks to be used on them.

We had tons of our various cartridge trays. We have trays for tons of systems from the Atari 2600/7800/ColecoVision, Atari 8-bit computers, Commodore 64, Commodore Vic-20, Tandy Coco, Atari Lynx, Atari Jaguar, TI-99/4a and Nintendo DS. We have more in development!

Besides the Commodore Freeloader cartridge (Epyx Fastloader style cart), we introduced our build of the Atari A8PicoCart by Robin Edwards. For more info on it go to the website here. It is a multi-cart for the Atari XL/XE/XEGS line of computers. The A8PicoCart makes it easy for you to put cart images, xex executables, and some ATR disk images on it. We did our own custom cart shell for it. It is a great little cart!

We had our LED display with more images. If you were one of the early adopters who bought one last year or at other retro shows or online, we put free firmware updates to our latest versions on our site here. You can update your LED display through your browser here. No development tools needed. We also have a dimmer version for those early adopters at VCF East last year who have the model without the acrylic sheet over the diffuser.

We had our retro monitor stands at the show with a new multi color Apple version, a Linux Tux version, along with the originals we have had in the past (Atari, Commodore, Tandy, RadioShack)

We had our retro coasters and magnets which are always popular.

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