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Friday 10th December 2010
mikezt (Slovakia)

Auch, so many disinformations here. So at first, Kompakt don''t use MSDOS formated disks, but use it''s own format and 720kB per disk. It can''t handle HD diskettes. Memory extension was not provided by Didaktik and PCB was not prepared for it. AY can be connected externaly (Didaktik Melodik). Video can be connected to TV output, composite output or scart. Colour pallete is the same as ZX Spectrum, no extensions. And no CP/M mode.

Wednesday 15th October 2003
wilsonsamm (Off the western coast of Norway)

Actually, the Didaktik Kompakt is still available. sells them now.

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