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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Eagle Computers Inc. Eagle 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 13rd January 2011
mrkoolnerd (usa)

i was wondering which model is most common today

Sunday 4th October 2009
Joey Swails

I used an Eagle III around 1984 - the software company I worked for (Eldorado Software) got it to use for porting our products (spreadsheet utilities and templates) to C/PM. We also used it to convert our spreadsheet templates to UltraCalc and SuperCalc (they were all originally written for VisiCalc on the Apple II.) Since we were trying to do a lot of cross-platform development, we had the Eagle, an Apple II, an original IBM PC (no hard drive), a TRS-80, a Commodore 64, Atari 400 and a Basis 80 (Apple clone) all in our workshop!

Saturday 18th May 2002
Joseph Kelch (Belcamp, MD)

I was working as an intern at the Hayden Planetarium in NYC when in 1982 we installed the first computer automation system in the theater, using dual Eagle II computers. They were nice machines for the time. I learned a lot about assembly language programming playing with them!

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