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P > PERTEC > PCC 2000


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Pertec PCC 2000 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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Tuesday 24th December 2019
Daryl (South Africa)

Why does the PC2000 have two floppy disk drives instead of 1?

Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Gashi (Germany)

wie viel kostet heute so eine PCC 2000 zu kaufen würde mich interessieren

Thursday 7th May 2015

@Jaco Engelbrecht, is your grandma still alive? i mean, should i congratulate you on inheriting it already ? :)
BTW, wanna sell it out?

Saturday 12th July 2014
Jaco Engelbrecht (South Africa)

My grandma has a PCC 2000, Though it''s labelled as a Philips P3000. It definitely is a PCC 2000 though. But, this being South-Africa, we had sanctions and stuff, and companies would do things like this to get around it. I checked the forum and it looks pretty much dead... Actually wanted to ask about the P3000 on it, until I found this

I''ll inherit it one day. Right now, it''s in her garage roof. Just got a chance to see it, and took a few pics. Sadly, due to the weight, I never got the opportunity to boot her up. Will possibly only be there again in December, 5 months away...

It should still work. No physical damage. Can''t wait to try boot it up...

Saturday 26th May 2012
Dan E. (NV / USA)

I was a Pertec dealer in the late 70''s when it was introduced, programming and installing small business applications. I never sold a CP/M version. My interest was the MTX operating system, which was a very small multi-user system with Business BASIC. It support 5-users in only 64K memory, where 4-users were dumb terminals. The language was a clone of the very popular mini-computer OS from MAI Basic Four sold during the 60''s and 70''s. The 10MB disk drive was the size of a washing machine, with 5MB fixed and 5MB removable platter. I installed several of these, but most clients did not require more than the two diskette drives built into the unit. It was five years before the IBM PC was introduced, which I also sold through my Computerland store, but the Pertec was a much more advanced computer because of the MTX OS and Business BASIC.

Friday 26th August 2011
Tarun Tyagi
Tarun Tyagi

can you imagine... this small step towards Personal computing took US$6.5 million per PC

Thursday 3rd February 2011
Alexander Picoli (Brazil)

In the December 1978 issue of Computer Magazine there is info about the speed of the processor is 3 MHz...

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