When it comes to vintage electronics and consoles, TV's, micros, etc. there are those models who's design remains a timeless thing of beauty, a style all it's own the perfectly fit it's time but still "fits" and looks good today as a stylish and beautiful object as well. Then there are those electronic contraptions that seemed like "the wave of the future" at the time, but when you see them now, you know the exact era they are from and they look strange and out of place unless surrounded by contemporaries of design and even then, definitely a retro experience with no denying it's from and would only look natural in it's time. Not to say they aren't still things of beauty in their own way, but there is no denying when they are from if you came across the machine for the first time today. For today, I am speaking specifically of early to mid 80's micros. For me, the most timeless micro is of course still the Atari 1200XL from 1982 and peripherals. And for me, the most timebound micro that looks like it belongs and only belongs in the early 80's year it was brought out, 1981; The Sharp MZ-80B. So what micros, or any type of electronics do you think are the most timeless looking, and the most timebound looking?