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C > COLLINS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION > Orange 2


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Collins International Trading Corporation Orange 2 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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Sunday 7th December 2008
Kel Nelson (USA)

I used to own one of these. I was the Orange 2 "Wildcat" and mine had 64k of RAM. I had a few different Apple games for it, but the one I remember most was a game called Droll. This was my second computer. The first computer I had was the APF Imagination Machine. Thanks for keeping these memories Alive. I didn''t know if I would EVER see pictures of these computers again. You made my day. :)

These two computers were responsible for my interest in graphics, and I''ve gone on to become a 3D Animator of movies like "Anastaisia" and "Titan A.E."


Monday 29th December 2003
Oliver Leibenguth (Germany)
Oliver's virtual museum

Hey, this one looks *exactly* like the Orange2 I once owned. Even the sticker on the Keyboard looks familiar ;-)

The Orange was distributed by a company named "Arhelger" so at least in Germany it might be more common with that name.

BTW: Afair the Orange used a genuine Apple-Mainboard....





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