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Thursday 9th January 2014
Shit brick

http://steamwalletcodes.com/


Wednesday 5th January 2011
Bob (USA)

I have an Orange Vector Graphics 1+ that is still working and controls my Yaesu FT767-GX amateur radio transceiver. It has a 5 1/4" floppy disk drive, and a Z80 processor. I bought it in kit form and assembled it, including all the S-100 boards sometime around 1978-1979. I used a Soroc IQ120 terminal with it then but later switched to a HP 700/41 terminal.


Friday 10th December 2010
Janet

Yes


Wednesday 18th March 2009
Janet (USA)

I worked there from Apirl 1978 to may 81. It was orange and green. When I began working there we began producing the Mz which was tan and black. There were lots of complaints about the orange and green colors so they (Lore and Carole) decided to go with something more neutral. Some of the comments were that only women with come up with that color scheme.


Wednesday 26th April 2006
Jack Tumblin (Evanston, IL)

I bought one of these second-hand in 1980 (in LA), but the case was deep green instead of orange. Was orange an earlier model?





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