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T > TELCON INDUSTRIES > Zorba


 

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Monday 5th November 2012
Mike McAuliffe (Brisbane, Australia 4061)

Hi, I have inherited a Zorba 7 in excellent condition and complete with printed manual.
Any takers?
Make an offer.

Cheers,
Mike


Thursday 18th February 2010
Pete Gandy (USA)

Actually after this model there was another.
It was the Gemini Zorba.
I have one in working condition. I purchased in February of 1985 a couple of weeks after a house fire destroyed the original as displayed on this site.
The Gemini Zorba I have has a nine inch amber monitor, two double density double sided drives with push in slot rather than the doors like this.
I also have bundled software, WortStar, DataStar, CalcStar.
I purchased a kit and added an Intel board with 8086 and 256K of ram mounted on the side of the inboard FD.


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