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Tuesday 11th June 2013
Michele (Italy)

Hi there,

I''ve one of it with schematics, manual and seems steel running. I''m trying to make it run but the screen is not clear$ i see the characters at the bottom colored white but not clear$ it''s like a problem with the modulator. I can post more pictures of both documents, internal and external of it$ if someone can help me to make it back alive, please let me know. It is from my girl that she received it like a gift in his younger school time. :-)


Tuesday 10th June 2008
Dušan Majtás

There was no true serial connector at least on version for "public" the school version I did not saw ever. But the so called serial connector was DIN5 connector. two of which were on the rear panel, one DIN5 for connecting tape recorder (generaly spoken about generic tape recorder because MATO has not its own like 8bit Atari or Commodore and so) and second one for connecting to TV. Besides this the paralel port was not classical PC paralel port because it lacks asymetry of paralel port (not sure about pin count, have to dig out this old piece of crap and look at it), I have the feeling it was rather wide serial port than paralel port but have to check doc book of this micro computer first.


Saturday 23rd April 2005
Linkman (Slovak Republic)

Wow i am from Slovak Republic and i never heard about this computer ?! I am really suprissed :)





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