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Add-X Systemes SMP-8 is a French professional computer conceived by ADD-X Systèmes based at Blagnac (Toulouse). It was a CP/M, MP/M compatible system powered by a Z80, with 64k RAM. It had 2.4 MB on floppies but an optional 20 MB hard-disk could be added.

Add-X Systemes is a French professional computer conceived by ADD-X Systèmes based at Blagnac (Toulouse). It was a CP/M, MP/M compatible system powered by a with RAM. It had MB on floppies but an optional 20 MB hard-disk could be added.

Another image of one of the first desktops. It was very simple, didn't have a mouse, and it didn't have color. To use one of these, you must have been able to program on it.

IBM 5120 The 5120 integrated system was the last evolution of the 5100 and

Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have gotten.

Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have…

Retro Computer Friday - Today we're headed south of the border (the US one, not the UK one) to visit our friends in Brazil who produced the Digitus DGT100 in 1983. This was a IBM Tandy clone running a Z80 chip at 2mHz with 16K RAM. The best part? The monitor also functioned as a TV set! Lindo maravilhoso!

Retro Computer Friday - Today we're headed south of the border (the US one, not the UK one) to visit our friends in Brazil who produced the Digitus DGT100 in 1983. This was a IBM Tandy clone running a Z80 chip at 2mHz with 16K RAM. The best part? The monitor also functioned as a TV set! Lindo maravilhoso!

Commodore  SuperPet  	    The SuperPET SP9000, also known as Micro-Mainframe or MMF9000, was developed in conjunction with the Department of Computer Science of the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. It was primarily designed with universities and scientists in mind.    Based on the CBM 8000 series design, The SuperPet has two processors, a standard MOS 6502 like all Pet systems, and a Motorola 6809.

Commodore SuperPet The SuperPET SP9000, also known as Micro-Mainframe or MMF9000, was developed in conjunction with the Department of Computer Science of the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. It was primarily designed with universities and scientists in mind. Based on the CBM 8000 series design, The SuperPet has two processors, a standard MOS 6502 like all Pet systems, and a Motorola 6809.

ORDENADOR PERSONAL PC COMPUTER AMSTRAD CPC 6128 1985

ORDENADOR PERSONAL PC COMPUTER AMSTRAD CPC 6128 1985

Apple ][ Plus - This is what my elementary school had. In 1986, I used it to learn to spell 'supercalafragilisticexpialadocious'!

Apple ][ Plus - This is what my elementary school had. In I used it to learn to spell 'supercalafragilisticexpialadocious'!

ICL  Personal computer  	    In the early 70s, the British government whished an English computer company could compete with the world major manufacturers. Some years later, the ICL company became one of the larger manufacturer of computers in Europe and did really compete with U.S. companies.    In 1980, before the ICL Personal Computer was born, the company met serious financial problems...

Some years later, the ICL company became one of the larger manufacturer of computers in Europe and did really compete with U.

The Philips P2000 desktop series was the first Philips attempt to penetrate the home computer market. It was released in March 1980 in two version, the P2000M and the P2000T.

The Philips desktop series was the first Philips attempt to penetrate the home computer market. It was released in March 1980 in two version, the and the

Goupil was the old French word for fox (renard). The Goupil was designed to be modular. It could be used as a home computer but its maim purpose was to be used in French schools in connection with other computers, or as a small server thanks to its built-in 300-baud modem.

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1) 1982: The Texas Instrument TI 99/4A was a very succesful computer. A large number ROM cartridges (36 KB each) were developped for this computer, as the popular Extended Basic. 16 bit processor running at 3.0 MHz. Released in 1981, went on sale in 1982.  This was my first computer when I was in elementary school!!  LOL....the monitor was ENORMOUS!!  ;-p

The Texas Instrument TI was a very succesful computer. A large number ROM cartridges KB each) were developped for this computer, as the popular Extended Basic. 16 bit processor running at MHz.

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