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    Posted: 02 July 2007 at 11:26am
I have one of these that my dad purchased new a long long time ago. I was wondering if anyone knew anything about it, its value, or was interested in buying it.
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  Quote royvanderlee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 November 2010 at 1:33pm
Do you still have the Philips P310 office computer?
I worked by Philips as a programmer for this computer.
There are more models of this serie.
The P320 with a magnetic ledger card feeder, The P330 with a screen and 8" floppydrive. The printer was a matrix (9 pins) Printspeed 100 cps.
The programming language is Phocal (Philips Office Computer Assembly Language). The memory was from 2 until 16 Kb.
A beautiful computer and I'm looking for such a system for my museum.

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Hello,

I have one in my museum...

I need more information about this...

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  Quote royvanderlee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 April 2012 at 5:09am
Hi,
The P310 was the first type officecomputer from the Philips P300 series. It's the folluw-up off the Philips P350 series (Models P351, P352, P353, P354, P358 and P359). The models of the P300 series were P310, P320 (with MLC (magnetic ledger card) en P330 (with 2 x 8" floppy disc and monitor).
The memory was 2K, 4K, 6K or 8K.
The programming language is PHOCAL (Philips Office Computer Assembly Language). On a P300 computer with 8K memory, you can program the P300 by tour self in Phocal. There also was an assemblyprogram for the P300 which runs on a Philips P410 small business system (We used that program),
The object program must be written on a minicassette.

The P310 was build in 1972/73 and the price was HFL 23.000 (11.000 euro) and has one or two fronffeeds and 1 CS.
The P300 series had a powerbattery. When there was a prowerbreak, the P300 follows it's program after a restart.

The P300 was a good product. I still like to have a P300 system.
Maybe I can buy your P310 for my museum. I'm building a collection of all Philips systems from 1969 until 1992.
The printer was a 9 pins dotmatrix printer, 100 cps/minute and prints bidirectional.

If you sent me your emailadress, I can sent you some pictures of the P300 series.
If you want more information, tell me what you want to know.

Roy van der Lee
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