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Saturday 9th April 2011
Dan (France)

Hi,
I ''ve worked in the plant (town :Haubourdin), and the Sil''z was an Apple 2 machine with some enhancements (graphics) in a hard case (aluminium), and with a better power supply, built in video CRT and strong keyboard
It was possible to connect 8" drives (I''ve writted routines for that, in 6502 assembly and Pascal UCSD
On the picture, on the right,it''s a 5.25" disk-drive





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