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V > VIDEOTON  > TV Computer


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Videoton  TV Computer 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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Thursday 17th March 2022
Frank (Canada)

Videotron is also a big cable company in Canada

Monday 9th October 2006
Béla Czeiner (Hungary)

Can you imagine a network from these PCs?
I had worked on it! It means that 8 TVC was connected to a standalone floppy disk drive (which was able to handle 2 (!) disks). So it was possible to "distribute" data from this common FDD. But mainly we stored our programs written in Basic to tape drives. And a story: When you were ready with your program and tried to connect the tape - or doing any other hasty movement - knocked the table under your TVC you had a great chance of a reboot... ;-)

Tuesday 11th October 2005
Viktor varga (Budapest, Hungary)

The page is updated frequently, new emulators, more fotos, documentation, and programs are avaible from time to time.

Thursday 12th May 2005
Ryan Brown (San Jose, CA)

That weird picture is a rare 3200 expansion pack that gives 3 and 1 half slots for floppy discs and more expansion slots.

Monday 14th July 2003
Viktor Varga (Hungary, Budapest)

Check the forming new site: or

Many scanned documentations, the newest downloadable emulator. At this time not ready, but frequently updated. (Games are comming soon...)

Tuesday 24th June 2003
Reidl Romeo  (Budapest)

Good old times! With a russian Junosty televison together! And I'm wondering why I wear eyeglasses :-) I lived in Tab, where the VideoTon factory was Loacted (now it's a Flextronics factory) sure, that I had one of this beauties! And with all cool upgrades, likes 1.2 and 2.2 system, UPM and DOS system and a dual floppy drive too!!
Unfortunatelly I sold the whole thing... that was a mistake.

Tuesday 8th April 2003
SMokey (Hungary)

I have one at home... thinkin of combining it with my TV Tuner card :)

Monday 30th September 2002
JulWCZar (Hungary)
Putra Ware freeware software and 3D design group

It's good to see this Hungarian computer from the 80s.
It makes me feel proud of my country, even if I have never seen any of it working.

Wednesday 12th June 2002
Ferenc Szakacsi (Hungary, Budapest)

There is a great homepage about TVC in location

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