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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Bit Corporation  BIT 90 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Wednesday 6th September 2017
Ray (Netherlands)

I got this computer when I was 10 years. played a few games (had 5 or so). Does anyone know how I can find games for this computer. It still workes fine.

Friday 11th July 2014
Laios  (Greece)

Coleco carts work but not all of them
also can not assign 2nd fire button to joystick for games
that use it so you have to use one button in keyboard and one in joystick

Sunday 19th May 2013
Fernando L

I owned a Bit-90 when I was child and I always remember that everytime started to program, after a few lines it showed "Out of memory". Now I understand why, it has 1KB of RAM!! Great memories of 80''.

Saturday 4th September 2010
mangler (The vatican)

wot channel/band did the rftv output on @:)

Tuesday 19th March 2002
Lisias Toledo (Earth)

Hi! When younger, I won a bit-90 computer and one thing I remember well is that it had a connector on the left side where I could put COLECO cartridges!!!!! 8-).
I remember playing Zaxxon for hours and hours... It worked even without
joystick, as the bit-90 used the cursor keys as alias for joy1.

I miss it... 8-)

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