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S > SONY  > Hit-Bit F700


 

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Friday 19th June 2015
Oscar (Canada)

I have this exact computer and monitor for sale. They are in their original box with all accessories and were hardly used. i am the original owner. Contact me at oscart@total.net if interested in buying. Thanks.


Sunday 8th April 2012
A. Trent Phillips (United States (Great Lakes))

This computer looks like it has just enough capacity to support a simple GUI, like the old Commodore 64 could support a variant of GeoWorks.

But then again, it was quite an effort to get that to happen (required hand written 6502 Assembler). Would have been neat though...


Saturday 15th June 2002
Rita H arris  (Racine Wisconsin)

If you want to sell the Sony Hit-Bit plaese contacact me.





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