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Sunday 13rd November 2016
Frankenburger

It''s very interesting, do do!

A very smart man made a emulator of it here:
https://github.com/lgblgblgb/xemu/wiki

A what-if prototype machine with no software.

I would rather work on a PDP-1 emulator.
At least you can play Space War, the world''s first video game.


Tuesday 18th February 2014
Yuriy (Russia)


If someone owns the laptop let me know. Laptop needed for the museum of computer technology. leskovezATmail.ru


Wednesday 23rd April 2003
Bob Heinen (Netherlands)
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I would like to know if anyone can help me. I am bidding on a LCD display, that was originally in the Commodore LCD laptop.
Is there a schematic available of the LCD, so I can use it for modding on my computer?

Thanks,

Bob





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