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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Creative Technology CUBIC 99 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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Wednesday 13rd November 2019
Apple Users Groups Sydney Disk Collection

There is another Apple II clone from Singapore - the LINGO 128 by Limco Products. It has dual 6502/Z80 CPU, RGB, integrated parallel/serial etc. There are at least two models, I have the early one. (The later Mk II has a revised motherboard design, a different case, and requires separate ROM card for Applesoft and DOS 3.3 compatibility) Check out the video I made showing Lingo 128:-

Unfortunately I don''t have the compatible detached keyboard, anyone want to sell me one??! Also how to enable the PAL composite colour output?

Wednesday 29th April 2015
Adam Yap (Singapore)

My father bought the Cubic99 in 1984. It was donated to Creative Technology''s heritage centre sometime in 2000.

Tuesday 25th November 2008
Tan Yong Lak (Siongapore)

Got Sim''s email ? Need schematics for the cubic 99 apple 2 clone in order to resurrect mine. My cubic99 dead but not buried.


Friday 21st April 2006
Paul (Singapore)

Yes, I know Patricia. She used to run the Cubic 99 User Club in Funan. I think she joined CANON after she left Creative. Not sure where she is now. Should be around 40 plus by now.

Wednesday 24th March 2004
Eddie Manuel (Singapore)

We need old computers of same model in bulk.....

Thursday 2nd October 2003
Eric Koh (Singapore)

Got mine from Funan, Singapore.
The sales lady Patricia was hot!!!
Where r u now, Pat?

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