Time for a trip down memory lane with the Centre for Computing History showing computers and consoles through the ages. Ranging from the Binatone TV Master, upto the Nintendo 64 along with a wide range of computers - including the Raspberry Pi. The Centre for Computing History are aiming to help people understand the developments that technology has made in the last 50 years, including the social, cultural and historical impacts they have made.
A lot of what was at Gadget Show Live wouldn't have been possible with the advances in technology on display here, so it was nice to see just some of the devices that have made such an impact on our everyday lives.
If you've an interest in computing history, then the next time you're in the Cambridge area, you should pop into the centre for a visit. For more details, visit the Centre for Computing History website.