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Tuesday 10th October 2017
Dave

Could you type as fast as you could on a traditional QWERTY keyboard as you could on a Microwriter? At the very least, was typing faster than, say, typing on an iPhone?


Friday 13rd July 2012
Gregory (London)
gregory sams - cultural change agent and author

I have a Microwriter MW4 that has many fond memories. If anybody would like this classic piece of early technology let me know and I will send along for the cost of post and packing. Hate to throw it away. Serial No. 32233. Can email me info-''at''-chaos-works.com


Thursday 8th February 2007
Neville Dalton (Newbury UK)

I have 2 Microwriter Agendas (32K) for disposal. Complete with User Guides and Learn to Microwrite booklet. Also a French card and a Maths and Finance card, chargers, slip cases, one leather wallet and a parallel cable (for connection to PC). I want rid of the lot - either as one or two units. They have only been used as demo models and I guess the batteries have had it.


Saturday 21st October 2006
Ian (Newbury, England)

Does anyone have a schematic diagram for the MW 4?


Friday 24th February 2006
Stuart Milburn (Hampshire)

Can anyone give me a second hand vaue for an Agenda Microwriter 32 bit in box with all accessories.
Many thanks


Thursday 13rd February 2003
Mark O Callaghan (Malta)

Does anyone know if the Microwriter or Agenda work with Windows 2000 and if they do can they please give us some instructions on how to make it work.





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