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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Lobo Drives International MAX-80 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 10th January 2013
Jim Wirth (Eugene, Oregon)
Jim''s American Video

Back in the early 80''s, I traded a S/W 357 revolver for my jewel. It had 4-8", 4-5", a 3.5", and lastly a 3 mb Hardrive. It came with a GE Line Impact Printer. I loved it, and it was fun to learn Basic, CPM and some CPM3 on it. The Amber monitor was eaiser to read for extended time and there is nothing negative I can say about the unit. It worked perfect, was easy to fix, reprogram and I hope the fellah I sold it to, got as much use out of it as I did. That is when I went to MS-DOS permanently. I have very fond memories of those times.

Thursday 27th September 2012
Craig Seaton (USA)

I still have one of these in the bat cave. last boot from floppy 2010. Ran CP/M, LDOS.

Friday 6th September 2002
William Barnhill (Rock Hill, SC)

I remember this being the first PC I ever came in contact with.. The loud keys, the lovely green phosphor screen... ah, those were the days. :)

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