C64 maze generator
Pak Pak Monster
|Monday 23rd May 2016||John Adams (UK)|
I worked in Byeshiop Manchester we sold these along side North Star Commodore Pet, Apple II, Sharp Mz80k vic20 and Cromemco.
I still have a Communicator with 10Mb hard drive, I think it will end up at Bletchley as they said $ it off.
I fell out with them somewhat after I set up sale to Kellogg''s to weight the frosties packets instead of them buying a harris mini, then when the guy came round to discuss the sale I was told to make the tea.
I said to the young lad who worked Saturdays that I thought I should set up on my own, he told the owner who sacked me.
He had previously given me my P45 when I had to visit hospital for something less than trivial.
I am not bitter as it was a really good grounding and I have had my own Computer company ever since.
He went on to manage Clive sinclairs z88 thing and Byteshop went on to be purchased by another company which still trades.
|Friday 10th July 2015||Paul Hindley (uk)|
One of these ran the flight display boards at Manchester Airport. I remember the screen was on top of the Base unit and would wobble. I always felt drunk after using it.
|Monday 27th October 2014||Paul Kerry (Scotland)|
I have a copy of PCW magazine from 1983 in which the CC was promoted as *future proof*.
I think I''d like to upgrade mine, now. My 5mb HD isn''t particularly power-efficient, the coils which move those disk-heads make my lightbulbs dim !! $)
|Friday 11th October 2013||Sarah |
Feels strange seeing this as comart and Kode was my fathers company ....
|Wednesday 4th September 2013||Peter Todd (United Kingdom)|
Comart Ltd. CP1525M 8086
|Wednesday 4th September 2013||Peter Todd (UK)|
Footage of a Comart CP1525M is here, any information to help with restoration would be welcome - I have the CROSS montior running but no Rodime spinup.