What: The HP Computer Museum is a collection of old Hewlett-Packard computer hardware, software, documentation and other marketing materials from HP’s early years in the computer industry (beginning in 1966). The Museum is privately funded and owned by Wordsong Communications Pty. Ltd. The museum is not a commercial enterprise; it’s a resource for the enthusiast and for the curious. The museum is housed in a 2500 square-foot building (shed, really) in Melbourne, Australia. The museum is not open to the public, but is viewable by appointment. Please contact us if you would like to visit the museum. Scope: The museum’s long-term goal is to have working models of all computers and peripherals produced by Hewlett-Packard during the company’s first 25[…]