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Tuesday 6th March 2018
SI Walters (United Kingdom)
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From 1980-92 I worked at a computer shop in North London. We were Commodore dealers for years and my job was to ''evaluate'' new computers, accessories and software that we might potentially sell.

I looked at the Midwich Microcontroller computer which is a TRS80 model 1 clone. It was marketed with a number peripheral to allow remote control of mains appliances.

As the computer, was monochrome only, it had no sound, no graphics and was expensive to expand we did not pursue it any further.





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