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M > MICRODIGITAL > TK-83


 

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Tuesday 15th April 2014
jaime (England, UK)

Do you still have one the sell? I had one as a kid and would love to own one again :D


Tuesday 15th April 2014
jaime (England, UK)

Do you still have one the sell? I had one as a kid and would love to own one again :D


Tuesday 13rd August 2013
Rogerio de Avila (Brasilia/Brazil)

Jorge Nunez,
How do I contact you in private?
It''s about your TK83.
Thanks


Friday 14th June 2013
Jorge Nunez (Brazil/Sao Paulo)

I have one to sell..


Monday 22nd April 2013
Maldoror

As far as I know, Microdigital manufactured the TK line in Brazil. However, some electric goods manufacturer from Argentina got to sell some "2nd Generation" clones (clones of clones) under the Czerweny brand: CZ1000 standing for the TimexSinclair 1000, and so on. CZ2000 was a ZX Spectrum clone.


Sunday 22nd April 2012
Marthins (Lord Fenix) (brazil)

TK83

Width: 167 mm
Depth: 175 mm
Height: 40 mm
Weight: 350 g


Monday 16th January 2012
Tigh (Brazil)

Microdigital was a Brazillian manufacturer. Had a subsidiary in Argentina but all plants were located in Brazil (2 in São Paulo and 1 Manaus).
TK83 was manufactured on one of that plants and exported to Argentina just relabeled to be marketed as a national product.


Monday 5th September 2011
Webmaster (France)

Good question. That is weird because Microdigital is really from Brazil (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microdigital_Eletronica). Maybe the factory was in Argentina ?


Monday 1st August 2011
Dragontamer (Spain)

Sorry, but if the label on the computer says ''made in Argentina'', why is credited to Brazil?





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