A couple of weeks ago we did a short blog and made a small video which previewed the opening of the Museum of Communications and Computing at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute located in Galway, Ireland.
As a means of raising interest Brendan Smith very kindly put an ipod up as a prize in a draw. Contestants simply had to identify the computer (above seen from a less oblique angle when originally presented,) and email in their answers.
Out of nearly thirty participants only three got the right answer which is the Dragon 32. The name, Dragon, refers to the fact that the computer was built in Wales.
If you would care to know the identity of the winner and the extremely fair way we went about making the choice please watch this short video.
Thanks to everyone who sent in their entries and also a special thanks to all those people who contributed their old and computers and other bits of gear to enable the Museum of Communications and Computing to provide as comprehensive a timeline as possible in its exhibition.