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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Microdigital TK-3000 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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Saturday 6th April 2013
Roger Jowett (Ulster Londonderry)
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please help we have zx spectrum 48k and one 128k program running at 6mhz using external ram and snapper discs from velesoft site

Friday 18th August 2006
Raphael Andrade Lima Leite (World)

All softwares that was avaliable to this computer were provided by "applemaniacs" and it was hard to find something usefull.. I had one of this and it was lost ... I used the computer like a write machine ... I still have the 5"1/4 floppy drivers and a box of floppy disks never opened cuz we bought a 286 and after a 386...

Saturday 20th September 2003
Marcio (Brazil)

The Z80 processor was actually used to manage advanced keyboard functions, like type ahead buffer, hot key macros, etc. In order to use CP/M it was necessary to install a separate board in one of the slots. With this board you had three CPUs (one 65C02 and two Z80) in one micro, not very common on those days.

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