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A > APF > Imagination Machine


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the APF Imagination Machine 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 20th April 2017
APF user

I went through five of these that were defective in various ways before I gave up and got my money back. The version of Basic was abysmally slow, and it did not have things like trig functions.

The specs looked great and it looked like the complete package, but it just didn''t deliver on its promises.

Sunday 6th March 2016
Lance (United States fl) is my contact Email

Sunday 6th March 2016
Lance (United States fl)

I found one and I''m holding it right now. One Imagination machine and two of the detachable consoles. I''m not sure who I should talk to or what I should even do in order to sell it. Please contact at if you have any suggestions or offers

Tuesday 13rd March 2007
John (again) (Maine)
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I learned BASIC on the IM-1 in the 7th grade. Great memories. I used to program up in the spare bedroom with a b/w TV that my folks could spare. When I'd finished a significant bit of programming, I would lug the big thing downstair to view on the big family TV to check the colors I'd programmed!

Monday 30th May 2005
John (Maine, USA)

The Imagination Machine was my first real computer. I had a C64 after but wow I still remember opening the box and the huge machine coming out of it. I really learned to program on that machine.

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