Maybe the old computers you've been hoarding are broken. Maybe you just got rid of them before the nostalgia set in. Either way, these slick schematic prints of classic computers are a great way to give a shout-out to the gadgets you love without devoting any of your precious shelf-space to a dinosaur.

Made by City Prints, each of the gadget-maps comes in the form of a colorful 12 by 16-inch schematic on heavy stock with just a little bit of a shine to it. The selection is by no means comprehensive, but chances are your first love is there. You're in luck if you pine for an Apple I or II, Atari, Commodore 64, Nintendo, or Genesis. And whatever your pick is, they're all a pleasure to gaze at.


The prints will run you $40 alone, or $180 if you want a frame in the mix, but having your favorite old video game console sitting pretty on your wall instead of collecting dust somewhere is priceless. [City Prints]

Apple II


Sega Genesis