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T > TOSHIBA  > T 200


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Toshiba  T 200 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Thursday 11th April 2013
Steve (Australia)

I wrote debtors, creditors and stock control for this system prior to it''s introduction into Australia in 1981.


Sunday 23rd December 2012
Ninh (USA)

Oh Lord, I had this machine because I am a computer enthusiast so I stated to learn how to write a program with Basic, bought this machine in Seattle during 1984 for 900$ comes with all software like General Ledger and a data base software called "Friday" and later I bought a manual Datec Modem with push button to originate the contact and spent all night long for BBS.


Tuesday 3rd July 2012
patrick295767@gmail.com (France)

Hi Guys,

I still have the floppies. If you still have one of those machine, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am looking forward for more JPEG of this great T200. Shall we meet on icq or irc.

patrick295767@gmail.com


Saturday 14th April 2012
Lorenzo Pedrazzi (Torino Italy)

I bought a new TOSHIBA T/200 in far 1980 (just put on the market) , I worked with him several and several years completely satisfied.
I still have it, every time I look at it, I fall in remembrations pleasure.
Sorry about my bad English
See you!
Lorenzo - Turin Italy


Sunday 11th December 2011
Julius Cseresnyesi (Canada)
ProBar Systems

We have 2 working T 250s with owners manual, $ a drawer full of 8" floppies still that we use to support our really OLD equipment. Found this site looking for images to show our company''s evolution. We will post a few when our new site goes live.


Monday 14th November 2011
paul (uk)

I have a working T200 in my collection ,and yes this is the heaviest machine I have ! I am needing some floppies with software to run on the machine, the only disk I have is to boot the machine into cp/m ,If Patrick295767
could contact me I am very interested in some of his disks .
thanks Paul


Sunday 16th October 2011
Tom C (California)

I have a dedicated word processor labelled as Toshiba EW100, that looks like the picture of the T200. Uses two 8'' floppy disks, one for the operating system. Acquired it in the mid 1980s and used it heavily in my office until 1991. Last time I plugged it in about 4-5 years ago it still worked! I still have a number of disks, and would like to get that data converted for use on a PC or Mac.


Saturday 10th September 2011
patrick295767 (France)

Hi,

Anyone know how to get it the bios/or run the emulator under WIndows or other?

Anyone has still the floppies to start it? I have a lot of floppies still ... of this Toshiba T-200 if you would like guys, but no drive 5 1/4 anymore


Saturday 25th September 2010
patrick295767 (France)

Hello,

I used it a lot this machine when I was younger. I still have lot of floppies of it.

It was a great machine. I looked forward for an emulator under LINUX of it.
My first coding was on that, - oh it was lot lot lot of coding

All the best

Patrick295767


Monday 3rd May 2010
Maurin Sylvain (France)

My first personal computer, a great gift made by old computer scientist to a teenager in 1980''s. I learned english with toshiba manual, and I did not really improved since !

I got great time to understand brun usage of b80 basic, yeap _the_ basic compiler from Bill worked under CP/M along his interpreter ! Peek/poke weren''t here, happily assembler was not so far :) Toshiba Basic sucked against b80/asm but editor and interpreter integration were great against the poor CP/M environment.

I trashed my T200 with sadness ten years ago and I am nostalgic now, it worked flawlessly from 1980 until 1995. My brother and I, we made our first step in CS with this old stuff. It is incredible to see a photo now on your comp-museum.


Wednesday 27th April 2005
Thomas Fusco (Ocala, FL)

Sadly, I was just informed that the T200 I wrote about on the main page was discarded several years ago. This site re-kindled my interest, and I was going to ask them to ship it to me (I have the skills now to repair it). Oh, well...


Thursday 15th August 2002
Olivier (France)

16 EXTERNAL hard-drives! of course...


Tuesday 22nd January 2002
Peter (Greenwich,CT)

How could you put in 16 hard drives in that case. It is too small!





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