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A > APOLLO 7  > SQUALE


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Apollo 7  SQUALE 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 26th December 2020
Denis Faivre (France)

Believe it or not: one of my relatives won one of these computers by answering with my help a phone quiz on Radio Arc-En-Ciel, a local radio. I remember there were 2 questions to be answered: 1) How many bits in a byte? and 2) Which processor is powering the Squale? :-) The machine had a really sturdy riveted metal sheet case. If I recall correctly the user manual was a tiny paperback, the machine was pretty buggy and therefore useless, so it soon landed in a closet. Unfortunately, 30 years later I don''t know what happened to it.


Monday 12th September 2005
Andrew Fiori (Canada)

Does anyone have a Squale that they are willing to sell? I am interested in purchasing one, preferably with the S-BASIC manual.





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