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Sunday 8th September 2019
Willem Matthijs (België)

I acquired the 7130 version of this computer built in 1982.
It seems like this one was a special version with a hard disk on it.
It was used to bookkeeping for a winery, i acquired it with an AZERTY French keyboard in the south of France.
It has a ''pattent pending'' hard disk controller, morst boards are by digi-logic, they keyboard is by Key-tronic corp.
And yes, also my cataract, which will be taken care of soon


Sunday 3rd April 2016
Duuuddddd (wefefwefw)
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It looks like a mirowave XD


Monday 14th February 2011
Shane Hill (Austin, TX USA)

This particular model in the image, as well as some other computer images I have seen on the site - have screens that have developed "cataracts." For those of you with older computers, google CRT cataracts. It''s actually pretty easy to repair. -Shane 1/14/11





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