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R > ROBOTRON > KC 85/1 - Z 9001


 

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Friday 19th December 2008
Ron (Germany)

I remember this particular computer very well, as it was my first computer and I learned how to program BASIC and Assembler on it.
The keyboard surely was a pain in the ass, not so much because of its form factor but rather because a lot of force was necessary to press down a key. Good training for a guitar-player like me, but horrible in general.

Its former name was actually "Z 9001", not "HC9001", see here for an example:
http://www.homecomputermuseum.de/comp/detail/111.jpg.


Friday 16th November 2007
Josh Carlson (Gadsden, AL, USA)

Wow, who the hell would think designing a keyboard like that would be a "good" thing!?!?! Shoot some engineers :)





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