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V > VIDEO TECHNOLOGY  > LASER 310


 

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Saturday 12th October 2019
Legend Chen (China)

Same as MagNet. I was about 10 in 1988 when my father, chief engineer of a local computer factory, brought me a LASER 310 from Hong Kong. That was one of my best childhood memories ever since. The BASIC language, the official demo cassette including a very attractive game, and the whole configuration that needs several minutes to set up.


Sunday 2nd June 2019
Dave

The intro-to-computing courses with the Laser 310 / VZ300 must nearly have been worldwide, as these were also advertised in various magazines in Australia between 1985 to ~1988.

For any VZ fans, come on over to our ''VZ / Laser'' Facebook page.


Wednesday 8th March 2017
MaGNeT (Netherlands)

Back in 1988, when I was 12, my parents put me on a "BASIC programming for the youth" course by the Scheidegger Institute. The Laser 310 came in a small suitcase, together with a course folder. Back then it was my first experience with a computer and got totally hooked.


Thursday 8th January 2015
Steve Van Nieuwenhoven (Belgium)

Same story as Enrico. My dad went on a computer course at Sheidegger Industries to learn "computer" and afterwards he could purchase the machine in 1984 for 27000 BEF $ a half months wages back then.


Saturday 31st August 2002
Enrico Barbisan (Italy)
EnriBarb's WebSite

So, finally I've found a Laser 310 Clor Computer! I have to say that, on the back, production year is 1983, not 1984!
And this computer was not sold only in Australia and NZ: in Italy there was computer courses to learn computer science with this computer, and at the end of the course people could buy Laser 310!





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