LGR tours Computer Reset – a massive old stock computer warehouse #VintageComputing #RetroComputing @LazyGameReviews
In this video, just released, Clint at LGR shows Computer Reset, a Texas computer institution for decades. It is piled to the rafters with old computers and new, old stock parts and software. He was able to get access and film this amazing amount of items.
No joke, this place is truly mind-blowing! Taking a tour of Computer Reset in Dallas, Texas. It’s a closed down vintage computer shop that’s been largely abandoned and has stayed relatively untouched for years. Enjoy the mountains of computer hardware and software.
Apparently the place has been open for very limited hours – it is scheduled to be demolished! See the Facebook group for details, noting there has been sales, so some corners are picked through, and it is Texas summer, 120 degrees F in the shade, let alone an un-air conditioned building.
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