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S > SEATTLE COMPUTER > Gazelle


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Seattle Computer Gazelle 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 19th February 2013
Chris (USA)

Anyone know where I can find one...


Tuesday 19th February 2013
Chris (USA)

Anyone know where I can find one...


Monday 9th April 2012
Bill Mills (Oklahoma)

I use my rack mount gazelle all the way up to 1989. I still have it and as far as I know it still runs. Been saving it to pass down to my kids. It has a color graphics board, 16 ch AD/DA, 1MB SRAM, 5MB HD, 8086 with math CPU''s, 2x8" Floppies, Borland Pascal and MS Basic, assembler, Word and the first MS spreed sheet.


Friday 22nd April 2005
Ryan Brown (San Jose, CA)

Gazelles aregood! I have one that is half broken because i have put so many upgrades on its new 200 gb HD. Hope it lasts!


Sunday 25th January 2004
Stewart Marshall (Pacific NW)

Hello, nice to see something about the wonderful old Gazelle. The Gazelle was a great computer. For many years, even after normal PC computers were popular, the Gazelle was one of the few DOS machines that would address more than 1 meg of RAM. Microsoft ran one of their big compilers on a Gazelle right up to about 1990 and the machine is still in their museum I think. My Gazelle had a serial card in it and three Televideo 925 terminals tied to it for multiple users. It will no longer boot and has a problem with the logic on the CPU Support board. I will get around to fixing it one of these days! Anyway, good luck to the forum and my Best Wishes to any other Gazelle owners. Stewart Marshall





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