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Monday 10th April 2017
charles (France)
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I learned basic language and started computers with the sharp MZ80B, it was the school computer. I used it 2 years before leaving the junior high school, guardian would set me out every day when closing the school. It was so origin of my interest for computers, very nice to use, good keyboard good screen, reliable. Always regret it.

Friday 30th December 2011
Rob (South Africa)

This was the computer that started it all for me $ my first PC repair when I worked at SHARP South Africa and my first programming venture - a simple shoot it up game wow what a machine

Tuesday 15th April 2003
ginopilotino (italy)

I'm have an mz80-b somewhere. It was e beautiful machine :°)

Tuesday 16th April 2002
Alex (Secret)

YES ! I'm the first one :-)

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