C64 maze generator
Pak Pak Monster
|Saturday 8th July 2017||Jørgen Jespersen (Denmark)|
Well, the spec mentions sound, and claims it to be one channel.
The speaker monitored the input channel in the DIN connection to the tapedeck.
You could make a short with a resistor between output and input and generate one-bit sound. But that was a hack.
|Sunday 7th August 2011||toto|
I had one. I was 12years back then. If you asked for sqr(4) it said 2.002! I managed to run some c64 programs on it.
|Tuesday 19th April 2011||Rainer Fredrich (Germany)|
Another ebay auction achieved 234 Euro for an Luxor ABC80 with FDD and cassette recorder. See attached auction picture:
|Sunday 17th October 2010||Rainer Fredrich (Germany)|
A recently ebay auction achieved 78.88 Euro for an Luxor ABC80. See attached auction picture:
|Wednesday 11th August 2010||Fredrick Heia Romstad (Norway)|
Hey! My dad havde this computer( Luxor adc800) and i want to know how much this computer can be sold for today.
|Wednesday 14th July 2010||Rickard (Sweden)|
Minor correction: The graphical resolution was 78 x 72 (not 78 x 75 as currently stated) as each of the 24 lines could hold 3 vertical pixels in graphics mode.
|Sunday 6th February 2005||mike (sweden)|
hi!i want to know when the first swedish pc came?
and which was the first swedish school pc?
|Friday 28th May 2004||Mårten (Sweden)|
There was a "grass roots computer movement" in Sweden druing the beginning of the 80s when lay-men took evening classes to learn computers and programming (in BASIC).
Theese classes where not uncommonly held using ABC-80s. (Indeed such a course in 1983 was the first encounter of miy own with the wolrd of bits and bytes)
|Friday 31st January 2003||Leo (Hungary)|
Radiotechnic. Not Radotechnic. :) Never mind.
|Friday 31st January 2003||Képes Gábor (Hungary)|
There was a good Hungarian version of ABC-80 too. This is the BRG ABC80 (BRG = Radotechnic Factory of Budapest).
It was a great school-computer, in a metal case.