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S > SONY  > SMC 70


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Sony  SMC 70 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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Saturday 4th November 2017
Mark Malley (Plymouth, CT)

It''s been 15 years since I last posted here, and in the meantime I managed to locate both an SMC-70 and SMC-70G. Here is what the SMC-70 Sony Basic demo program looks like: https://youtu.be/EatkqjMQP5w I''m still looking for many of the accessories. Email me if you are looking to get rid of any, my updated email address is mark@mailscraps.com. Thanks!


Thursday 3rd October 2013
Bob Warren (Conifer, CO)

I was a support engineer for Sony Professional at the time we were selling these. A couple things - the "G" was the later model with the ability to genlock to incoming video and be used as a primitive character generator / graphics generator. There were actually a number of these used on the set of "V". We were excited to be part of the project until we saw the script that called for a computer with no brand recognition. Not exactly what the marketing people wanted to hear...
We also used these (we were all given one) for corporate e-mail (remember Compuserve?).


Wednesday 5th June 2013
JOSEPH HALYCKYJ

My email address is jhalyckyj@shaw.ca


Wednesday 5th June 2013
JOSEPH HALYCKYJ

My email address is jhalyckyj@shaw.ca


Wednesday 5th June 2013
JOSEPH HALYCKYJ

My email address is jhalyckyj@shaw.ca


Wednesday 5th June 2013
JOSEPH HALYCKYJ

My email address is jhalyckyj@shaw.ca


Wednesday 5th June 2013
JOSEPH HALYCKYJ (Canada)

I have a SONY SMC-70G for sale. If anyone is interested please email.I purchased in 1986 and it still works i have all the manuals.


Saturday 13rd August 2005
Maurice442 (Canada)

I still have one of the SMC-70 that I bought new in 1983 and it still working good (would like to find another printhead for the printer if anyone has one somewhere???) I also have many of the origininal Service manuals that I got about the same time for the many accessories that were available at the time for it.
Anyone looking for some tech info on this I probably have...

Thanks for reading me

Maurice442


Wednesday 12th March 2003
Baby Peanut (Peanut Labs)

"created few time earlier" is clearly written by someone who is not a native speaker of English. The normal way to say that would be "created a little earlier".

This site is full of "few time" mistakes just like that.


Monday 16th December 2002
Mark Malley (Philadelphia, PA)

I had one of these computers growing up, and still have some of the old disks. After 14 years of service, it was taken out in an electical storm. I'm looking to buy one to have a blast from the past! Email me if you are looking to get rid of one! markgm@drexel.edu


Thursday 24th January 2002
John Yoder (Indianapolis, IN USA)

I have a Sony SMC-70 in pretty good operating condition, with some basic software (wordstar and supercalc). Is there a collector that might be interested?





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