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K > KAYPRO > Kaypro IV


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Kaypro Kaypro IV 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 29th December 2018
Sharon Wertz (United States)

We had four Kaypro IVs that we souped up with a speed doubler and four half height drives. Later we put in four double sided 3.5" drives, and still later a hard drive. I did Masters Theses for college students with Perfect Writer, because it was so versatile. Printed them out on a 32 pin dot matrix printer, and later on a postscript laser printer. Took our souped up Kaypro to Bend Oregon to the SOG (SemiOfficial Get Together) a CP/M group. It was a nine day wonder.

Thursday 24th September 2015
Bill (VA / USA)

It had a 4Mhz processor. I''ve owned many computers since that one, but it was my favorite. That and Turbo Pascal 1.5 were a tough pair to beat. It saw me through 4 years of college and then some.

Tuesday 1st October 2002
kathy (calif usa)

Just wondered what a kaypro 4 would be worth now

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