In pictures: A history of Consoles and Computers at DIGITAL NATIONZ

We take a walkthrough of the 'History of Video Gaming' and 'History of Computers' exhibits.

  • We take a walkthrough of the 'History of Video Gaming' and 'History of Computers' exhibits at the DIGITAL NATIONZ expo running this weekend in Auckland.

  • Vectrex (left), Fountain Force 2 (centre)

  • Atari 2600 (left), Vectrex (centre)

  • CBS ColecoVision

  • Atari consoles, games and accessories

  • Atari XE

  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum +, ZX Spectrum +2

  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum

  • Amiga 500, Commodore 64

  • Amstrad Mega PC

  • Nintendo R.O.B

  • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

  • NES Advantage and NES light gun.

  • SEGA MegaDrive (box only), SEGA Mega-CD (box only), SEGA SG-1000, NEC TurboGrafx-16

  • SEGA MegaDrive 32X (box only)

  • SEGA MegaDrive, SEGA MegaDrive 32X, SEGA Mega-CD all shown connected and running.

  • Left: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) - PAL (European) version, Nintendo Super Famicom (Japanese), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) - NTSC (American) version

  • SNK Neo-Geo CD

  • PSone (the smaller re-release of Sony's original PlayStation)

  • Sony Playstation One (left), smaller redesigned Sony PSone (right)

  • SEGA Saturn

  • Nintendo Virtual Boy - in 1995, this was meant to be a sort of portable Oculus Rift. Sort of. Really, all it did was strain necks.

  • SEGA Dreamcast

  • SEGA Dreamcast

  • AMIGA CD32

  • 'Vintage' copy of Microsoft Flight Simulator

  • Sony PlayStation 2 - the original, larger version.

  • Nintendo GameCube

  • Microsoft Xbox - the original, larger version, pictured with the original Halo

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