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C > COMART > Communicator


 

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Monday 23rd May 2016
John Adams (UK)

I worked in Byeshiop Manchester we sold these along side North Star Commodore Pet, Apple II, Sharp Mz80k vic20 and Cromemco.

I still have a Communicator with 10Mb hard drive, I think it will end up at Bletchley as they said $ it off.

I fell out with them somewhat after I set up sale to Kellogg''s to weight the frosties packets instead of them buying a harris mini, then when the guy came round to discuss the sale I was told to make the tea.

I said to the young lad who worked Saturdays that I thought I should set up on my own, he told the owner who sacked me.

He had previously given me my P45 when I had to visit hospital for something less than trivial.

I am not bitter as it was a really good grounding and I have had my own Computer company ever since.

He went on to manage Clive sinclairs z88 thing and Byteshop went on to be purchased by another company which still trades.


Friday 10th July 2015
Paul Hindley (uk)

One of these ran the flight display boards at Manchester Airport. I remember the screen was on top of the Base unit and would wobble. I always felt drunk after using it.


Monday 27th October 2014
Paul Kerry (Scotland)

I have a copy of PCW magazine from 1983 in which the CC was promoted as *future proof*.

I think I''d like to upgrade mine, now. My 5mb HD isn''t particularly power-efficient, the coils which move those disk-heads make my lightbulbs dim !! $)


Friday 11th October 2013
Sarah

Feels strange seeing this as comart and Kode was my fathers company ....


Wednesday 4th September 2013
Peter Todd (United Kingdom)
Heraclion

Comart Ltd. CP1525M 8086

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v$r79uslEWQj8


Wednesday 4th September 2013
Peter Todd (UK)
Heraclion

Footage of a Comart CP1525M is here, any information to help with restoration would be welcome - I have the CROSS montior running but no Rodime spinup.





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