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A > AXEL  > AX-20


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Axel  AX-20 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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Tuesday 22nd August 2017
rosie duff

whne I was younger my father had bought me one of these as a award for cleaning the kitchen (I know good award) but it was actually very efficient.

Saturday 2nd February 2008
Stephane Gregoire (Montreal)

My father brought me one around 1987... It came with a bootable floppy with an operating system similar to DOS (the boot loader was contained into a file called AXEL.SYS). Commands such as DIR, COPY,REN worked fine.

I also had Microsoft Basic (MBASIC) on the boot disk.

Sunday 24th February 2002
nico (France)

I just wanted to say that the Axel AX-20 looks very familiar to me. When I was younger, In the year 90 or so, I was learning to code in Turbo Pascal on a clone of this system. It was made by MATRA and was called MAX-20 (M was for Matra I guess while AX-20 was the name of the system).

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