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T > TOSHIBA  > PASOPIA 16 / T300 / PAP


 

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Tuesday 13rd June 2017
SUNIL VIDHANI (UK)
teritex

We are looking for a Toshiba T300 Pasopia 16 computer. Can you help ?


Monday 17th October 2016
Cas (USA)

Picked up the US version of this recently for a dollar, 10MB external HDD, 5.25 96tpi DD x 2, and a green monochrome monitor. apparently uses a proprietary version of MS-DOS 2.x specifically tailored to this machine. Wish I had a copy.


Wednesday 18th February 2015
toto (france)

I had one "le pap". It was my 1st PC. using MS-DOS 2.3. My screen was a 8 shades of green (not 50 of grey)80*25. UC was very heavy: at least 15Kg. it''s keyboard was noisy but robust. The HDD was ooo then I Had to use 5.25 Disk-drive (360Ko for system+apps )





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