What's On

HOURS: The Warehouse museum is open by appointment. However, we are usually at the Lab Saturdays between 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM and Sundays between 1:30 PM- 4:00 PM. Stop by the lab first and let us know if you want to see the collection in the Warehouse.



Barry Kasindorf donated an Atari 800, Diskette Drive, 1020 Plotter, Trak-Ball, Modem, Printer, and lots of spare boards, Power Supplies, Cables, Etc.


Gregory F.W. Todd dropped of an IBM 5150 PC. The motherboard has 64kB of DRAM soldered in, and an additional 192kB of DRAM in sockets. The chasssis has been expanded with a newer CGA video board, a 2MB RAM board with 1MB installed, a modem, and a ST506 hard drive and controller.


Ken Carr donated an Apple IIc, a tiny Apple monitor, and a carrying case.

Jay Miner's dog Footprint! Working on the Amiga..

April 24, 2021

Emillio picked up a very nice DEC AlphaServer 1200 from Chuck Bradley.

March 13, 2021

John Hayes donated an IBM Powerstation 320, spare boards, a DAT tape drive, 16" monitor, keyboard, mouse, manuals, cables, and a new battery.

December 23, 2020

BMI Surplus in Hanover, Ma donated a Panasonic Toughbook laptop, a Minicom IV terminal, two Fat Shark Dominator HD3 FPV Goggles, two Fat Shark Attitude V4 Goggles, and a selection of miniature cameras

August 13, 2020: Andy and Sue Galt from Dover NH donated two SuperBrain computers today along with other components and manuals. The SuperBrain was a CPM machine build by Intertec Data Systems and was used by the IRS in Andover MA. Thanks guys for the delivery.

In 2019, the Rhode Island Computer Museum is celebrating our 20th anniversary! Come visit us at our new Learning Lab and help us celebrate. WCVB Chronicle visited us recently--check out the video below for a sneak preview of what you'll find when you come see us!

August 12, 2020: David Brewster from Cape Cod MA donated his father's estate collection of computer memorabilia and games. We picked up 26 boxes of various things including this Burroughs B 6700 Face Panel. Thank you David for the interesting collection.

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