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G > GENERAL HOME PRODUCTS (GHP) > Wonder Wizard (model N° 7702)


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the General Home Products (GHP) Wonder Wizard (model N° 7702) computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 30th December 2006
Ace  (Oklahoma)

Cleaning out my Grandpa's shed I came across an unopened Wonder Wizard and until that time I had no idea they even existed. I don't know any thing about it and can't seem to find out any info. such as how many where made or what their cost was back in '76.


Tuesday 26th July 2005
Brian Gocher (USA)

I have no critical input for this site. I'm just so happy that it exists! I mean what the hell is wrong with me? I get an overwhelming warm and fuzzy feeling when I see a console like the Wonder Wizard or the Commodore PET 200. Some folks see a wooden doll they played with or a book they were read before bedtime, and I get horribly sentimental at the mention of a RANA disk drive. I personally owned an Atari 800, an Atari 5200 console, and Atari 520 St and an Atari 1040 STe. Long before that I can remember waiting what seemed like an eternity for my friend's tape drive to load Zaxxon onto his VIC-20. I understood the Atari 2600 "joystick handcramp". I was a child of an 8-bit world. Thanks for the trip down memory (16k to be exact) lane.





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