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Wednesday 17th September 2014
Chris Cordes ( USA)

Back in 1979/80 I wrote a surveyor''s package on one to do closures and property descriptions. Nice machine for the time.

Friday 11th July 2014
Tom Towle (United States)


Great website!

I was the Quality Control Computer Technician for Polymorphic Systems when they ‘folded’. I was responsible for troubleshooting and repairing all units when I worked there.

Poly was a good company with a great product at the time. We just had a lot of competition.


Sunday 20th June 2010
Graham K. Mullins (US)

I currently have two of the Polymorphic System 8813 computers. One was purchased in 1978 at a cost of $5000.00 with only the operating system and Basic language. I developed my on systems for accounting and payroll which I used to process data for several companies. I later purchased a used system as a backup because of the lack of repair service (which I had to do mostly myself). Used both systems until about 1984 and retired them. Since I have not used either system for several years, I do not know if either would operate. I used a TI printer (160 cps) that cost 2000.00. The editor was far better than what was used in the DOS operating system.

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